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greengirl - Wednesday Sep 12, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

I wanted to make a lot of comments tonight but I find I am struggling with the site again. This happens from time to time and I think it my be something to do with my ISP. I decided to just do a quick update whilst I can. I just had to show you this photo. My niece took it on Sunday afternoon of me and my great-niece Amelia. She will be one year old in NOvember and is the most contented little thing. I love her to bits. Will try to catch up with you all tomorrow. Hope you are all having a good day :o). Ignore the date on the photo - the date isnt set on the camera !!

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

Sandra aka Soul on 09/12/2007:
That is one cute baby and one sexy woman. You are doing great!!! I love that my entry made you laugh, I love to laugh and most the time do at myself. I like to think that I am more eco-friendly, lol. I could not contain myself at work yesterday and blurted this out to my co-worker, she just shook her head and laughed and said TMI...I am always doing that.


maria777 on 09/12/2007:
Amelia looks very much like my daughter did at that age! Has she got brown or blue eyes? My daughter has brown. And look at you! Wow!!!!! You've come a LONG way!!!

Thanks again for your sweet comment to my entry! Have a wonderful evening! Big Smile to you and yours!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/13/2007:
wow...this little girl definitely has the looks! she's adorable and soooo happy! I want a baby like that around my house! haha. not yet. plus, you look great too! nice and thin and toned.


hollybelle on 09/13/2007:
What a cutie - and the baby is sweet, too! Ha-ha! Seriously - you look fabulous. Hope your PC is working better tonight.


biscottibody59 on 09/13/2007:
Very cute--she'll probably have you running after her quite soon, if not already!


Donkey on 09/14/2007:
What a lovely picture! You look GREAT!



greengirl - Tuesday Sep 11, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

Hi everyone, Thank you so much for all the support you left for me on my last post. You dont know how much it helps me . It really does. You help me put it all in perspective, and realise its not so bad.

Ive had a fairly good day today. Kept cals down to 1500ish and did about 25 mins on the strider machine thingy Ive got !! I'm short of time tonight but I will catch up with you all later in the week. Have a good week !!!

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/11/2007:
yay Green! you and Donkey have been doing so nicely lately! ohhh...i also want to congratulate you on your weight...it's at its all time best!


biscottibody59 on 09/12/2007:
Glad you had a good day--see ya' later!



greengirl - Monday Sep 10, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

Help. I need all the support I can get. I have had a rough weekend and have slipped off the straight and narrow !!! Tonight hubby bought chocolate bars and I have eaten two of them, and I dont even have a sweet tooth !!!!

I have been eating sensibly for ages, not desperately strict or anything that would drive me to binging. To add insult to injury I have some water retention too. I have not weighed myself but I can feel the tightness in my ankles and fingers, that i get when I retain water !!! Oh Balls !!! OOOPs pardon my French !! By the way thats a coloquialism we use in the UK for 'sorry about the casual swearing' !! I dont know if you use it in the US.

Daughter was away for the weekend, and had a wonderful time, while I spent it worrying myself to death about what might happen to her!!! Also I gave myself a real crack on the head on Sunday getting into the back seat of a two-door car. I really hit the door frame, and saw stars. And now I am back on my normal (longer) working hours. All this is affecting my mood.

Anyway, back to my problems. It is hubby's birthday tomorrow, and mine next Monday. We usually go out to celebrate, and also I usually have a meal out with my sisters. That will be cancelled I think, as my niece's baby is due any day now. At least that will be one temptation less !! Talk sense to me ladies!!! I have been feeling so good recently too !!!

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

biscottibody59 on 09/10/2007:
Yes, we do say that to excuse the swearing.

Sounds familiar to my patterns of behavior--a stressful situation (worrying about your daughter) and then you find everything was okay and you let out a deep breath and eat to relieve the stress--does that make sense? Just try to get right back in the groove. Maybe after you get back into your new work routine.

Hope you have a good night!


Donkey on 09/10/2007:
When I am tempted by candy or cookies in the house, I put them in the trunk (boot) of my car which is either in the garage or driveway. That way, they are not so readily available, and I have to put some effort into going out to retrieve them (shoes, jacket).

Another suggestion would be to put the chocolates in the freezer. Some people do not like to eat anything too cold. Sadly, this would not deter me, especially with chocolate.

Love the swearing! I'm going to use that one on Husband. He'll be so shocked!


maria777 on 09/11/2007:
Thank you for your sweet encouraging comment to me.

It is soooooo easy to 'fall off the wagon' so to speak. Example...when I go on vacation, it takes me a while to realize after I get back home that I can no longer eat like I'm still on vacation...the scale number usually wakes me up.......eventually, hehehe. Then it's back to counting calories. (I count calories loosely.)

When my husband brings in the goodies, like yours did, just like you, I MUST have them!!! Ugh!!! They are SO good and my Hubby knows what I like! BUT...it only takes a few minutes to eat them and SO MUCH WORK to get RID of them and see the scale number go back down.

It's like this: When you get 'fed up' (in the USA this means when you've had enough of the way something has been going), you will take action and you will recommit and get back on the wagon...I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT AND YOU KNOW IT, TOO!!! Big smile to you!


Soon2BThin on 09/11/2007:
One thing I've learned after all these years....you can't be perfect all the time!! And what you said..."all this is affecting my mood". Well, there you go. Just try to do the best you can in every situation and don't worry about it. Tomorrow is another day! And don't deprive yourself on the celebrations, you'll kick yourself later and then eat! Also keep thinking to yourself of how wonderful you're going to look and feel and when you reach your goal. I know it's not easy, probably better than anyone else, haha! So give yourself a pat on the back when you do have a good day. Life is too precious to spend it worrying about your weightloss all the time. And HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you and your hubby!!


Sandra aka Soul on 09/11/2007:
First things first...do not dwell or feel guilty about this, that can lead to more binging. Second, give yourself love and appreciation...tell yourself that this was just a blip on the screen and you will be getting back to usual eating. When I am talking to my inner me I use a tone to that of speaking to a small child, one who needs to be nurtured and loved. I know this might sound funny but honestly it works. The "talk" I have with myself is a silent one though, lol. Third, thank your husband (doesn't have to be personally) for giving you this test to overcome, think of it as a challenge and when you overcome it you will feel even that much better and stronger. Read something inspiring, watch an emotional movie that makes you cry...perferably a movie that has a very good and strong ending. I love the movies where people overcome such odds and are stronger for it, this always inspires me.

It is a shame that we are not close by and you could call me or I you when we feel this way. I guess this is the next best thing. I was recently reading where people who drank green smoothies but kept eating their regular diet had a decrease in cravings for sweets. I know this is working for me, right now I am trying to eat some red flame grapes but they are too sweet for me...have they always been this way? The more greens, GREENGIRL, you incorporate into your diet the less you will be tempted to eat junk. Live up to your name and become even greener...then you can rename yourself "greenest girl" lol.

Stay strong, we are with you in spirit.


Sandra aka Soul on 09/11/2007:
Forgot something. Happy Birthday and glad to see that your daughter is safe and sound, you know she would be. LOL, my grandfather used to say "balls" when he was swearing...thanks for the memories.



greengirl - Friday Sep 07, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

Hi everyone. Been a busy few days but I have been checking out your diaries from time to time and very interesting they are too. Yesterday I went over on the calories slightly, and didnt use the treadmill but I did walk 14332 steps in the course of my normal day. This was because I worked an extra hour yesterday, and then I had to take the dog to the vets, which involved another round trip of a mile walk.

Today I have eaten 1440 cals and done the 35 minutes on the treadmill, so back to normal.

I have been a trifle stressed today. My daughter and a friend are making a solo trip to another UK city to attend an anime conference. This is the first time we have let her travel any real distance without adult supervision of some description. She will be 17 in three months but she is still my baby , and I know I will be scared to death until she is back home on Sunday evening. The thing is, you have to let them loose from the apron strings sooner or later, and she is usually a very responsible girl. We have been in touch by cell phone a couple of times since she went out at 4pm and I know she is close to her destination. I have asked her to let me know when she reaches her accomodation. The event is being held on a university campus, and the accomodation is in student halls of residence. It is strictly segregated too, with males and females separated, and under 18s all together in different halls than the over 18s. She saved up to pay for the trip herself too, and was really looking forward to it!!!!!

Hope you all have a great weekend, and keep up the good work :o)

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

Sandra aka Soul on 09/07/2007:
I am in the same boat as you, so to speak, you are right you eventually have to let them loose from the apron strings but you are also right, it is very hard. From the moment they are conceived within us there is this unbreakable protective bond that we form. The overpowering need to protect and keep them safe is a hard thing to relax on. You should feel secure in the knowledge that she is very responsible and that things will be just fine. I will continue to tell myself this as well with my boys.

I want to change my name to greengirl too, I shall secretly be known as greengirl2 now, lol.

Have a nice weekend


Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/08/2007:
wow...you're daughter is definitely a motivated and driven teen! I'm sure she will be fine...she sounds sooo responsible!

great calories and exercise! :)


biscottibody59 on 09/08/2007:
Hey, I'm sorry if I made it sound like I thought the UK was a hotbed for bad stuff or something. I hope the problem hasn't made it over there, but we've got this huge problem with methamphetamine in the US--it doesn't discriminate classwise, much like the lock cocaine once had. My apologies!

Have a good one there Greengirl!


WorkingIt2 on 09/09/2007:
I feel the same when my kids travel! You are not alone! =)


mcwoo40 on 09/09/2007:
Hi Greenie,I'm dreading it when they start wanting to go into town by themselves.I did'nt think having kids could be so stressful,but i suppose it is because we care.Younger daughter asked me when could she start walking home from school by herself, i don't think so, i would be worried sick she's only ten.Anyway Keep up your good work,Julie


biscottibody59 on 09/09/2007:
I was pretty sure you weren't offended, but I just wanted to make sure:-) Thanks for taking time to leave me a comment!

Have a good Monday!



greengirl - Wednesday Sep 05, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

Another very swift update. I'm sorry about this but I've been a bit busy. It's Sarah's first week at her new college, I've had a problem with the dog which has required a trip to the vet's, and have had disturbed sleep, so have been napping at all times too.

Today I have been good with the calories, kept under 1400 and have managed to feel full. I havent used the treadmill but got the air glider thing out and did half an hour on that. i wore the pedometer again today, but I only did four hours at work so I only clocked up 10405 steps. If I had used the treadmill the number of steps would have been much more. Next week I am back to my term-time hours at work (7 working hours per day) so my number of steps will be much higher. I will try to remember to put the pedo on then. I promise (again, I know!!!) that I will start commenting agin soon. I know that comments help, they always make me feel supported, and I will try to catch up with people soon. Keep up the good work, everyone :o)

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

Donkey on 09/05/2007:
Has anyone told you what a pleasure it is to read your diary? If not, then please allow me to say so. Reading your entries is so refreshing. You eat in moderation and walk a lot and exercise otherwise. Look at the beautiful weight bar graph (if you are in Public Diaries mode) and you can see how the numbers and the bars go down at a nice, reasonable, CONSISTENT slope. Bravo to you, greengirl! Keep up the good work!


WorkingIt2 on 09/06/2007:
YAY on your exercise even though you are dealing with life and exhaustion!


biscottibody59 on 09/06/2007:
Great on the steps--hope you get some rest somehow!

On the diary guess, that's a good one--I had forgotten about her. The one I have in mind is from the UK as well. I'll reveal soon--maybe one or two more people will play.

Have a good one!


biscottibody59 on 09/06/2007:
I don't think she had any pictures, sort of a student working part-time living at home. Very religious about posting. Very gutsy to be so open--I hope she's doing all right now!

Will post the name after midnight--7ish a.m. your time???



greengirl - Monday Sep 03, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

Just a very quick update in passing. Had a good day today, kept calories under 1500, spent 45 minutes on the treadmill and also wore a pedometer for most of the day. Number of steps taken 14680, but about 5000 of those were taken doing over 2.5 miles on treadmill. Next week when I go back on my longer hours at work I've no doubt my number of steps will be more. Will catch up with your diaries very soon. Have a great week :o)

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/03/2007:
that's great that work will increase your steps. I wonder what work would do to mine...it'll probably increase them...but since i'm going to be helping individual students with reading and sitting, i don't think it'll increase the steps by much!! however, i'm excited to be doing something helpful with children and not be sitting home all day! :)


Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/03/2007:
congrats on getting back to your low weight!


Donkey on 09/03/2007:
Good for you! I read somewhere that 10,000 steps is about 5 miles, which is like 8km, so you are doing fantastic!


Workingit2 on 09/03/2007:
Way to go on the steps! YAY!


ad_vitam on 09/04/2007:
Interesting symbol you have on your shoulder...very powerful sign. Thanks for the closeup. I like how you monitor your activity with the pedometer. May be I should get one? Have a good week!



greengirl - Saturday Sep 01, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

Todays proper entry is underneath this one. This is just an explanation for ad_vitam :o) so please check out the entry underneath this one for nice photo of anniversary flowers !!!

The tattoo is an ouroboros. The ouroboros has several meanings interwoven into it. Foremost is the symbolism of the serpent biting, devouring, eating its own tail. This symbolises the cyclic Nature of the Universe: creation out of destruction, Life out of Death. The ouroboros eats its own tail to sustain its life, in an eternal cycle of renewal.

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

Donkey on 09/01/2007:
Fascinating! I like it!! And I realized that I forgot to mention how lovely you looked in your anniversary photo with the beautiful flowers. You are radiant! Happy anniversary!!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/01/2007:
i have the same comment as donkey in reference to that tattoo!!! how risque of you! haha. i love your outfit! Glad to hear the day and celebration was a success!


biscottibody59 on 09/02/2007:
I like the tattoo, and knowing what it means (and means to you) helps! I like tattoos on others--from time to time I think, "What would I like that I wouldn't get buyer's remorse over," and then I just give up. Like yours it would have to be something strong and meaningful and probably not on my ankle--haha!

Pretty flowers! And you're looking great Greenie--keep up the good work!

I haven't seen that version of P&P, on the other hand I have fond memories of "Danger UXB" from a zillion years ago--I wonder if it would still impress me today!

Oh, I've heard of a TENS machine, must confess I don't know a whole lot about it. Right now I'm going by my old standby regimen of rest, heating pad, walk/exercise moderately (no weight training) when I have no discomfort and pelvic tilts, which are simply miraculous. The most boring exercise in the world, but it packs a punch for me in my condition. Oh and stretching the hamstrings following a hot bath.

Have a good one!


workingit2 on 09/02/2007:
You look fantastic! So young! Great job!



greengirl - Saturday Sep 01, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

I had a lovely anniversary yesterday. Hubby bought me pretty flowers (see pic). We went out at the night for a drink with friends and it was a great night. I didntdrink alcohol like the others but was buzzing with the social atmosphere. Loved it !!!

I have had a goodish day, got plenty of exercise in but went over a little with the calories, nothing to write home about !!! Went shopping with daughter today to find toiletries and stuff for her as she has a two day trip next week from her new school. Its a 'get to meet your new friends' sort of trip. Its in the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire, which is a very pretty part of England. If anyone watched the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice on the TV, the one with Colin Firth as Mr Darcy, the Peak District was where Elizabeth went to visit with her Aunt and Uncle !!! I wish I was going, I love it round there.

I havent got a lot of spare time so I wont be doing a lot of commenting tonight. Will catch up soon. Have a great weekend.

PS The eagle-eyed amongst you might notice the tattoo I had done a few months ago, in the pic I just uploaded :o)

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

ad_vitam on 09/01/2007:
You looked very lovely at your anniversary night, and the flowers are very nice. What does your tatoo mean? From here it looks like a female sign with an arrow, but I'm afraid I'm wrong.


Donkey on 09/01/2007:
Now here I thought that you were a prim and proper English lady, but now we know the truth that you are really a tattoo-sporting rebel-rouser in disguise. You rock!!! :-)



greengirl - Thursday Aug 30, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

I think I have an inkling why I am so optimistic, and confident about my health at the moment. Its because my eating habits have changed from dieting into my actual, honest to goodness lifestyle. I'm eating healthily and well, without having to make conscious decisions about it !!!

I have come to this conclusion following a conversation with a woman at work, who I'm pretty friendly with. She said to me a couple of days ago that she was really impressed with how much weight I'd lost and asked how long I was going to carry on with the diet. And I was thinking 'What diet??'. I dont feel as if I am on a diet. I dont feel hungry or miserable, and I eat loads of tasty food every day !!! I sometimes weigh certain things just to make sure I'm not inadvertantly eating more than I need eg cheese, and dried rice when I need it for a recipe, but its no trouble to me!! I enjoy using lots of different veggies in my cooking too, preparing them is no problem either !!! I especially like to see lots of colours in my stir fries, and risottos, and using a low-cal spray oil instead of pouring it out of a bottle makes no odds !!!

WOW !! I really think I've cracked the healthy eating thing. It has become a habit, a bona fida lifestyle !!! I'm not consciously doing it, I'm doing it on auto pilot !! Now dont get me wrong, I still eat the occasional chunk of chocky but now, more often than not I'm in the kitchen looking for the apples and pears !!! I WANT to eat the apples and pears.

YAY me !!!! I've seen the light at the end of the tunnel. This is me and this is the way I live, and will always live, hopefully. This has been a bit of a revelation. Sorry if I'm ranting on about it. Will be in touch again soon. Probably not tomorrow as I am out on the tiles with hubby. By the way, many thanks for all the anniversary wishes :o)

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

Workingit2 on 08/30/2007:
What a great entry!! Congratulations! And now I want stir fry LOL **hug**


simmy on 08/31/2007:
Thanks for your comments The last 15lbs must be hard I can only think in Kg`s and you are at the moment around 75Kg and you still want to loose more? I am sure that with your positive attitude you will soon be down to your goal just keep it in sight. Greetings from Germany


biscottibody59 on 08/31/2007:
Hope it continues for you like this--your own lifestyle change (for the better) certainly beats one because of poor health! Keep up the good work!

Thanks for the wishes re: my back trouble!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 09/01/2007:
no, it's important for you to write this and for us to read it! Because this is truely the turning point for you! You have peace with yourself.



greengirl - Wednesday Aug 29, 2007
(portion control with calorie counting)
Weight: 165.0

Hi everyone. I dont know whats going on with me, but I feel full of energy and optimism. It's not as if we have had a wonderful summer full of sun, or anything. Oh well I must make the most of it. I have noticed this week that it has been almost dark when I have been getting up in the mornings (5am). That means that thedays are again getting shorter, and I must admit I hate it wheen I have to go to work in the dark!!!

Today I stayed within my calorie limit until about half an hour ago, when I ate four almonds and an apple to take me slightly over. I'm sure you'll agree that it could have been worse. I could have eaten biscuits (cookies) or chocolate !!! I have been busy at work, and I did 40 minutes on the treadmill this afternoon. I wore the wrist weights and also had the incline on 5%. My hubby and I are agreed that the wrist weights seem to be toning up the muscles in my arms, so they are worth using . It is my wedding anniversary on Friday, and me and hubby are going out for a drink together. I'm not going to overindulge though, and will stick to diet softdrinks, where thay are available. I dont know if any of you remember, but last year my hubby bought me some nice, new digital bathroom scales for an anniversary present and I weighed 8lbs more on them than I did on my old scales. I was furious with him at the time!!!Let's hope he buys me flowers instead this year LOL :o)

Progress as of today: 62 lbs lost so far, only 15 lbs to go!

ad_vitam on 08/29/2007:
Hi! Happy anniversary! I wish you a wonderful evening with your loved one. Your weight-loss progress is such an inspiration to me, you've done an amazing job. By the way, a glass of dry red wine is considered low-calorie drink, it's like 150 calories for 100g or something like that, so if you drink alcohol, it would be a safe choice at your anniversary night out.


monet0239 on 08/29/2007:
Hellooooooo.. wanted to thank you for stopping by my place over there..lol..

Me and my hubby just had our anniversary.. last Monday.. 20th.. :).. we took the whole week off work.. and just ate at a few nicer places then usual.. caught a movie during the day.. and just hung out together.. nothing fancy.. we aren't the fancy type..lol.. he did get me a rose and a card :).. I hope you get flowers as well.. but if not.. remember.. he tried.. :)..

have a good evening.. hugs


Donkey on 08/29/2007:
Of course you're full of optimism. Your DD anniversary is coming up. Look at where you were a year ago when you joined. You have lost a lot of weight. You go, greengirl!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 08/30/2007:
yay green! I also have been doing well as of late! this actually means since yesterday. I'm on a five day water fast. i know that sounds crazy....but i know it is VERY, VERY possible based on the research i've done.


sweetpea1977 on 08/30/2007:
Hey girl,

I had to drop by and tell you that I loved this entry! Hearing about your energy and optimism despite the unfavorable weather is truly inspiring. The weather tends to be a huge factor on my mood (sad when its dreary/freezing, frustrated/irritated when its hot, happy when its cool out) so Im glad you are not letting it get to you.

I also wanted to wish you a Happy Anniversary!! I clearly remember the gift your hubby got you last year and the reaction you had. I cant believe that was a year ago! Anyway, here's hoping he'll get ya something nice since you've literally worked your butt off in the last year. :o)

Unfortunately for me, a diet soda with a 1-1.5 oz shot of liquor mixed in will be your lowest calorie drink (100 calories). Im not much of a hard liquor drinker and tend to stick to a glass of cabernet sauvignon or pinot grigio which ranges from 80-120 calories for 4oz (I like more than that in a serving!). Or if I wanna blow my diet I'll splurge on a glass or two of good non-American beer (140-140 calories for 12 oz). Yes, I hate American beer (with the exception of Sam Adams)! I will always prefer a Newcastle, Boddingtons, Bass, Harp, and even a Guinness (not much of a stout drinker but it makes a wonderful Black & Tan with Harp) over a Bud light or Coors!

Anyway, whatever your drink of choice turns out to be, think of me giving you a toast to your health and many years of wedded bliss! Im so happy for you!


biscottibody59 on 08/30/2007:
In defense of American and (as it turns out) Texas beer--Shiner Bock is a goody!

If the weights aren't causing pain/injury--it's probably fine.

"Make hay while the sun shines," has become my mantra with this back stuff--I like this entry--I hope you have a Happy Anniversary!


mcwoo40 on 08/30/2007:
Hiya Greenie,Glad you are back to your upbeat self again.I was worried about you after you had come back from your hols.Have yourselves a great day tomorrow and i hope you will get something special,have one on me!!Julie



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