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biscottibody59 - Sunday Dec 17, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 151.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.0 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity:
Fri: Circ Aer Wkt using NordicTrack (7 min/.7 mi)
Sat: Walk 15 min; Driving 3 hrs

Days 292 & 293 were okay all in all.

I'm slightly sore from the little bit of my circuit workout that I was able to get through on Friday. It consisted of pushup (15 mil/20 sissy), shoulder press (25), alternating lunge (20ea), calf raise (70), biceps curl (20ea) and upright row (20). Mind you, my entire workout consists of 14 exercises. Not to mention that it had been 54 days since I did any weights whatsoever. I thought I could mitigate some of the inevitable soreness by using a very low weight, 7.5# dumbbells as opposed to the 13.5# I had worked up to.

It wasn't that the weight was too much, but that I hadn't eaten properly before the workout and I got nauseated. I'm one of those people who would rather die than vomit, so when the wave hit, I promptly hit my workout towel on the floor and took a couple of deep breaths. That was it--I knew I was licked for this session and then just took it easy until the nausea abated. I was able to eat some raisin toast a little later.

I will probably get the full workout in tomorrow. I'll be thinking twice in the future about letting anything get in the way of my weight training. It obviously is something that I had come to rely on since I started this "day counting" in February, and I think I had taken its benefits for granted. What a lesson for my coming years. Still learning . . . after all this time:-)

Plan for today: NordicTrack, walk

Have a lovely day and take good care of yourselves!


2746 cal * 104g Fat * 24g Fiber * 28 oz Water
-334 cal Deficit * 9% Activities

Running Wkly Def: 86 (s/b +400 to +500)

borntocry on 12/17/2006:
Haha, I am one of those people too... I haven't thrown up since I was a kid. Yet I routinely do crazy things like go running after a 1000-calorie breakfast. I actually ran my last half-marathon after an all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast (and believe me, I made sure to get my money's worth)!

That's quite an impressive circuit workout you do there - all those pushups! And those are 7.5 lb dumb-bells? I think that's about what I use (not sure because the weight's in kilos and I can never remember exactly how much). One thing I don't understand is that I'm never sore afterwards, and yet I can't really handle much heavier weights. Do you do just one set of each exercise or do you do multiple sets with breaks in between?


WorkingIt on 12/17/2006:
Great workout!!! I'm like you, if I don't eat before a workout...I will get dizzy. Congrats on the awesome day!


maria777 on 12/17/2006:
Congratulations on your progress!


maria777 on 12/20/2006:
Where's our Biscuit-Girl! I miss ya!!! Big Smile!


WorkingIt on 12/21/2006:
Thank you so much for all your wonderful words of wisdom and for the other perspective! It is so very easy when you are hurting to look at that side of what might be wrong, and I honestly think that most of it is jealousy and a wish to see me fall apart SOMEWHERE in my life, because I rarely do. (at least not in public lol) Thankyou so much!


maria777 on 12/21/2006:
Still missing ya!


maria777 on 12/22/2006:
Hope you've had a good day today!


maria777 on 12/26/2006:
I hope you are feeling better...please update as soon as you feel up to it...for right now just showing that you are 'here' let's us know you are and we are thinking about you and hope you are okay, Biscottibody....I just like to call you our Biscuit-Girl, hehehe!!! Big Smile!!!



biscottibody59 - Friday Dec 15, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 151.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.0 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


Health lies in labor, and there is no royal road to it but through toil. --Wendell Phillips

For my activity:
Nothing--in fact I haven't had a stretch of sitting on my wide butt this much since I weighed in the 180s!

Well, that's it--my BMI has hit 26--I wasn't supposed to let that happen. A sign of coming changes in activity levels for sure. Food is tricky this time of year of course, so no promises. Promises get me nowhere anyway:-)

I'm glad some of you got a kick out of the "dog invention" from the previous entry--I could just imagine it on someone's dog!

Day 291 was a day of the week. It was Thursday as a matter of fact. I mixed about 2T of Knorr soup mix with about .25C of sour cream. It was pretty nasty, but I munched on it anyway. I guess I didn't eat enough to get an MSG headache--that stuff is practically all MSG! And I ate some cheese. And some chocolate . . . and some more chocolate . . . and some Smarties gum. Then some pepperoni pizza.

My food choices have just about hit rock bottom--though I haven't been overeating per se. It's a replay of a few Decembers ago. It's time to get back to the hardcore "watching/recording what I eat." And if I make poor choices, to balance them out with better choices and limit the poorer choices. And drink more water too!

On my weigh-in Tuesday I had only gained a half-pound. I will say that I intend to exercise. "I INTEND TO EXERCISE!"

Plan for today: Circ Wkt using NordicTrack, walk

Have a lovely day and take good care of yourselves!


3204 cal * 154g Fat * 31g Fiber * 56 oz Water
-247 cal Deficit * 14% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -247 (s/b +400 to +500)

geevee on 12/15/2006:
Tell me about food choices! I don't have this problem except during Nov. and Dec. I need to de-program myself, I guess.

As for exercise, I watched a DVD about Al Hirshfeld this afternoon. BTW, it was so good and I really enjoyed it. Anyway, what brought that up was the comment about how he was TOTALLY stationary. He didn't walk, run, swim, etc. or lift anything heavier than a coffee cup! And he lived to his 90's!


borntocry on 12/15/2006:
Yeah, but who wants to live to be 90 just sitting around doing nothing all the time?!


WorkingIt on 12/15/2006:
I'm with you! Gotta get back to being hard-core and getting after it! I am so looking forward to the new year!



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Dec 12, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 151.5

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=26.0 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


This is a placeholder for my weekly weigh-in.

Progress as of today: 37.5 lbs lost so far, only 11.5 lbs to go!


biscottibody59 - Sunday Dec 10, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=25.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: Nothing

Day 286 was good. Not. And the day before that and the day before that, and so forth and so on . . .

On my weigh-in Tuesday I was still holding at 151 somehow. I'm going to start counting again and get some meaningful exercise/activity. I don't have a good excuse this time. But we all know how the losses slip away when you're not looking:-)

Below is a diagram of an invention to keep your dog's ears out of its food. It's a real patent (US Patent 4,233,942). Doesn't mean anyone ever produced it or marketed it.

Plan for today: NordicTrack, walk

Have a lovely day and take good care of yourselves!


3204 cal * 154g Fat * 31g Fiber * 56 oz Water
-247 cal Deficit * 14% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -247 (s/b +400 to +500)

geevee on 12/10/2006:
Were you on my mind the past few days! I'm just glad that the cannister of the most luscious biscotti in the world was so small and only contained 6 huge pieces covered in rich dark chocolate and nuts. M-m-m-m-m. Control was out of the question! The other cannister of biscotti was so lacking in comparison that it presents no problem at all for me. Tasteeless.

However, I still have the Perugina, Ferrero Prestige, and Toblerone to deal with, plus a voracious son with a bottomless pit of an appetite.


monet0239 on 12/10/2006:
hehe.. this dog invention is cute.. have anything to keep my dogs fur around his mouth clean? he is a Bishon.. and every time he drinks.. his "beard" just drips and then when he eats after drinking.. it gets yucky looking..poor bebe.. we give him a bath every weekend..he just lokos like a snow ball when hes all clean.. hehe..

you have a great Monday.. hugs


borntocry on 12/11/2006:
That's too funny, that invention.

Thanks for the comment you left me. Always nice to hear an argument from the somewhat less pro-child camp. I also feel that I've just never been the type to have children, if that makes any sense. I suppose I always assumed I would, but have never really been able to picture myself with kids. People say I'm good with kids, but somehow I just can't see myself as a mother!

And I know what you mean about my husband... really, he isn't as bad as I portray him here because I tend to complain more about the things he does wrong than commend him for the things he does right. But I do sometimes worry about how he will adjust if he's no longer the center of attention. I think he'd be a great father but I can see things getting quite stressful for me, that's for sure.

And yes, my brothers will probably give my parents all the grandkids they could possibly want, so no worries there! To give them credit I think they really do just want the best for me and fear that I could end up with regrets later in life if I don't have kids while I can. I have to admit that I'm kind of worried about that too, which is the only reason I'm even considering it. So it's good to know that this hasn't been the case for you. Thanks for your input!!


tourguidebarbie on 12/11/2006:
I'm loving the invention... haha Barbie


Moody on 12/11/2006:
LOL How cute..why didn't I think of that? LOL

You are right..the losses can slip away from us too easily..but at least you are aware of that and I have faith that you will catch it.


WorkingIt on 12/11/2006:
LOL! What a funny picture. Looking forward to a fresh year to realign!


smiley2 on 12/12/2006:
Heheheheh what a funny invention! I guess it will work, but then i dont think my little doggie would want to eat at all if he has that on his ears hehe. Thanks for sharing though!


geevee on 12/12/2006:
Hi Biscotti - Unfortunately I threw away the empty cannister and don't remember the brand of the biscotti.You don't want to indulge in such good stuff anyway! The other I mentioned is like crumbled dry concrete.

Yes, I finally got a new roof after eight months.



biscottibody59 - Monday Dec 04, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=25.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity:
Sun: NordicTrack 52 min/6.0 mi

Day 280 was good as far as exercise; foodwise it wasn't, but I found myself completely unable to eat the way I usually do at night--so that's a small victory. Gee, how could I--the way I'd been eating all day.

I threw out the Cinnamon Crumb Cake after taking a small bite on Friday morning. Funny, it tasted really odd. I rarely throw food out. It was for my own good!

Nevertheless, I feel good about my prospects for losing and exercising!

Plan for today: NordicTrack, walk

Have a lovely day and take good care of yourselves!


3204 cal * 154g Fat * 31g Fiber * 56 oz Water
-247 cal Deficit * 14% Activities

Running Wkly Def: -247 (s/b +400 to +500)

monet0239 on 12/04/2006:
Good for you .. on throwing out the cake.. hehe.. big hugsss


maria777 on 12/04/2006:
Wow...I see you're already down some more! CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU!!!


geevee on 12/04/2006:
Hi Biscotti! Thanks for your cogent comment. Yes, the value of REAL card games is NOT lost on children, once they're exposed to actually participating in them. We had a few altercations during our games at the beginning. "Well, that's the way you do it on the computer."

WHAT? How is it possible to have fun playing cards on the computer? There is so much more involved in a card game!

Well, my kiddies are learning the difference, and they wouldn't leave me alone! I'm serious when I say WE played cards ALL day except for diversions like setting the dinner table, one of the novelties of living w/grandma. I think all they knew before they moved in, in October, was fast food take out.

Probably the fondest memory of my mother was playing either cards or board games with her EVERY single night after dinner. That was so much fun to me, and years later, it still is.

You know, w/Dish TV and its 1000 possibilites, in the past month and a half, we have NEVER watched ANYTHING together on TV! Isn't that marvelous? I think the kiddies are so burnt out on electronics without realizing it that they not only enjoy but have shown outright preference for person-to-person interchange.

This reminds me of your niece and problematical brother and wife. Whatever you can do will have long-lasting effect on the lives of both your niece and her child. It is truly amazing how effective even a little personal attention can have on the lives of others.

I know all about screwy, nutty brothers and their weird lives. Even my brother's friends referred to him as "Crazy Richard". Anything you can do to counter your brother's ill effects would be helpful.


Moody on 12/04/2006:
Sounds like you are getting back on track!! Good for you, keep it up!


WorkingIt on 12/05/2006:
Good job throwing out the cake. =)


smiley2 on 12/05/2006:
Cinnamon crumb cake......mmmmh i just really like the sound of that lol, its like all Chrismassy and festive lol ;) Thanks for the comment you left on my diary. I guess all we can do is our best....even if we dont look perfect in end, at least we will know that we tried with all we had.


hollybelle on 12/06/2006:
Hi. YEA - no more cake! Loved your quote about the perils of abandoning oneself to grief! Send some more our way as you come across them!



biscottibody59 - Friday Dec 01, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=25.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity:
Nothing except for:
Tues: DogJog 5 min/Walk 10 min

Days 274-277 were good. I'm up a pound on my weigh-in (Tues) and also on my measurements ever so slightly. I don't want to see that BMI go past 26 anytime soon again. I started counting, thus the numbers below for Monday--I think, but it's half-hearted. Today I will try again.

Yesterday I overate badly. It finally exhausted me. I haven't done that in quite a while--have to tuck it in the back of my mind for future wake-up calls--haha! I had to get out in a winter storm, which turned out to be not so bad driving-wise for the time of day. I stopped off for milk at Braum's and picked up a "Cinnamon Crumb Cake," which I proceeded to nibble on for a couple of hours 'til I'd eaten about one-third of it. I'm going to freeze the rest of it. I should know better, but I was curious as to how good it was. It was very good. All wholesome ingredients, real cinnamon, eggs, sugar, etc.

Anyway, I'm not back on track with exercise.

Plan for today: NordicTrack, walk

Have a lovely day and take good care of yourselves!


1619 cal * 36g Fat * 16g Fiber * 84 oz Water
n cal Deficit * 0% Activities

Running Wkly Def: n (s/b +400 to +500)

geevee on 12/01/2006:
December is definitely NOT a good month!


WorkingIt on 12/01/2006:
Texas got it worse than we did! My former boyfriend sent me a text message that he was working a fatality accident :( so very sad! Now it is just FREEZING cold here. At least Texas will warm up way before Michigan LOL. Take care!


monet0239 on 12/01/2006:
hey sweets.. ok so it was good hehee.. shake it off. freeze it.. make in slices..lol.. then just get one slice every now and again.. so you dont eat alot at once. just a thought.. :).. drink that water.. wash it all away.. you'll be alright.. big hugssss and stay warm.. ok try to.. :)


Moody on 12/02/2006:
Glad that you got your errands done safely!

You asked what kind of muscle relaxants I take..they are called Flexerol.. (sp)...they work wonderfully but make me very sleepy so I can't take them unless I am home and staying there!



biscottibody59 - Monday Nov 27, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 150.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=25.7 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


It is dangerous to abandon one's self to the luxury of grief; it deprives one of courage, and even of the wish for recovery. --Henri-Frederic Amiel

For my activity: Didn't get in the planned NordicTrack workout the other day

Days 269-273 were okay. I have not been counting, but am picking back up with that today.

To add a positive note to my previous entry, while hanging out in the rehab area I had a physical therapy person tell me about a patient they had a while back who was 106 years old. She was accompanied by her (obese) 80 y/o daughter. And the reason the (slim) old woman (106 is pretty damn old don't you think--haha!) was there was to get back to her home following a hysterectomy. She had been a vegetarian most of her life and was apparently pretty fit for any age. Also she was able to return home earlier than scheduled. Inspirational to say the least.

Haven't been reading much, will try again to get back into it later on today.

Plan for today: NordicTrack, walk

Have a lovely day and take good care of yourselves!


n cal * ng Fat * ng Fiber * n oz Water
n cal Deficit * n% Activities

Running Wkly Def: n (s/b +400 to +500)

Moody on 11/27/2006:
Very inspiring!! Thanks for sharing! Take care of yourself...


smiley2 on 11/27/2006:
I like the quote, very true....and how inspirational indeed about the 106 year old lady!! Hope you have a wonderful day! Wx


borntocry on 11/27/2006:
Love your quote for the day - man, that's so true!!


WorkingIt on 11/27/2006:
Holy cow, a hysto at 106?? The fact that they would even perform such a surgery on someone her age is something else! Wow. The fact that her obese daughter has lived to be 80 is even amazing. Very interesting, thanks!


Scruffy on 11/27/2006:
Scruff was here :)



biscottibody59 - Wednesday Nov 22, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 150.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=25.7 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity:
Sun 11.12: NordicTrack 40 min/4.9 mi; Walk 10 min
Not much I'd count the rest of the time

Yesterday was Day 268, and it was good. I hit a new low on my weigh-in! And I finally got my NordicTrack back in working order--it's a bit like having an old friend return from a long absence--haha! It's just exercise equipment, but it's a good ol' workout! I had started an entry the day after I used it, but my motivation to write more/comment fizzled. I ended up being sore from "no NTrk" for about 8 days--in my upper thighs--it was ridiculous. I wasn't sore anywhere else.

I found my beloved Lean Cuisine Thai-Style Chicken. They were on sale and I bought all that they had. At least I know which store to zoom to when I run out--hahaha!

Life just sucks so much right now. The weight loss is probably a combination of just not eating regularly or getting any strength/aerobic training to speak of. I will be making a concerted effort to change this.

Also, while I've been in the thick of things, I've spent alot of time at a rehab facility (I'm not the victim, except of circumstance, haha, really though it's such an epic saga by now). At any rate, I observed some other patients who really made me think twice about my choices when I went to the grocery store and when I made my food choices at the end of the day. That sounds simplistic, I know. It was slight, but still it made me think.

There were two people who at first sight didn't look like they belonged. They were obese, yes. But they were close to my age. The man had a catheter, an ostomy bag and oxygen and was having to do his exercise from a wheelchair. He had clear weakness/non-use of one side of his body and you could see he was working hard to keep going. The woman was just obese and was using a bike thingy on the floor while sitting in a chair to just move. Someone told me later that she needed both knees replaced and was simply there to lose weight before she could be cleared for surgery.

Then, if you have the chance to go to a rehab hospital for any reason, the people who are "old," well none of them are remotely obese. The healthier ones are overweight, but not like the previously mentioned ones of my generation. It's a stark reminder, but if you ever hoped to live to a ripe old age--don't be obese! This just sounds like common sense, but it was an almost daily reminder for me at this time. I guess I needed to see it, sort of like Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. It was that much "in my face." Of course time will tell. I will overeat again--but this seems to be a sea change in this journey for me.

Plan for today: NordicTrack

Have a lovely day!


n cal * ng Fat * ng Fiber * n oz Water
n cal Deficit * n% Activities

Running Wkly Def: n (s/b +400 to +500)

Soon2BThin on 11/22/2006:
Funny you mentioned your thighs hurting (well, not literally funny, lol) but last week, after I had done my 30 minutes of walking on the treadmill for the first time in over a month, my upper thighs hurt so bad I couldn't even sleep well for 2 nights, I mean, I could not find a comfortable position to relieve the pain. I've NEVER had that much pain in my legs before, really scared me. But after a couple of days, it was better! Right away I had thought it was such a strange pain that maybe it was caused by something else, blood clots. I have this condition called Factor Five that causes a person to clot easier than others. That's why I had to quit my hormone replacement therapy. Anyways, I'm just rambling here, sorry. I hope things get better for you. You're right, we never see obese old people. Something to think about. Well, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 11/22/2006:
It looks like you are getting into the swing of things very well! I'm glad to hear you have equipment that works that you will be able to use again!!! Nothing beats working out at home instead of driving to a gym on a cold, blustery night!


maria777 on 11/22/2006:
Congratulations and hope you have a happy Thanksgiving!!!


Scruffy on 11/22/2006:
Sometimes the simple things hit us strongest.

Keep up the good work!

Scruff


monet0239 on 11/22/2006:
Wow.. thanks for this .. it is a reminder if why we are all doing this.. :).. and trust me.. I needed the reminding.. having not lost any way in a month now..:(.. but still eating the norm low carb.. but I am thinking of having a high carb meal tomorrow.. just to kinda shock the system..lol.. but I onwt blow it.. :).. Ive lost to much to go back now.. congrats on your loss.. :).. and keep it up !!!.. have a great Thanksgiving.. hugss


smiley2 on 11/23/2006:
Good to see you back. Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving! Wx


maria777 on 11/23/2006:
Happy Thanksgiving....again, CONGRATULATIONS to you on your progress! BIG SMILE!!!


borntocry on 11/24/2006:
Hey, Happy Thanksgiving! And congratulations on your new low! I'm so jealous! Sorry things still haven't sorted themselves out for you, though. At least you're losing weight as a result! When things go wrong in my life, I always resort to food.

Thanks for the comment you left me, and your encouragement. Always a plodder in the past, I've started trying to work on speed now to make every workout count, instead of just clocking up the "junk miles" which I think caused my knee injury last summer. So far so good!

Pity you aren't a Cowboys fan - they're doing great now without my beloved Bledsoe!


maria777 on 11/24/2006:
Hope you've had a wonderful day today! Big Smile!!!


maria777 on 11/25/2006:
Hope you've had another nice day! Big Smile!



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Nov 21, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 150.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=25.7 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


This is a placeholder for my weekly weigh-in.

Progress as of today: 39 lbs lost so far, only 10 lbs to go!


biscottibody59 - Tuesday Nov 14, 2006
(<1700 Cal/Day :: Ex Up To 20% Act :: 84 oz Water)
Weight: 151.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150.5 (Jan 2004)
Current BMI=25.9 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


This is a placeholder for my weekly weigh-in.

Progress as of today: 38 lbs lost so far, only 11 lbs to go!


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