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hollybelle - Friday Oct 19, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Yesterday was an over-eating day. I was so hungry. I just ate too much. Don't know calories - but probably around 2000-2200. I rode my bike on the street yesterday. 1 hour. I rode out the highway and into another neighborhood. It was very hilly! I got a very good workout. The highway has a sidewalk along it - so it's not as bad as it sounds AND I wore my daughter's helmet - safety is important. I estimate my ride was about 7 miles. Not very long, but it was lots of ups and downs.

Church group last night was good.

Daughter and husband are going today with neighbors to the sail boat - I may go. I am at work - and not very busy. I could use some time off and a fun day!

Tailgating tomorrow and ball game. Go Cats (against Florida)!

Sorry about the Indians last niight, Harleygirl - it's just a momentary setback - I think they will win the next one!

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

fritters on 10/19/2007:
Thanks for getting a helmet on!! Enjoy your weekend.


Horn_Of_Plenty on 10/19/2007:
today's a new day...i'm rooting for you!!!!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 10/19/2007:
haha, i have the WORST sense of direction ever! LOL, i've gotten lost soo many times, i cannot count them all!


harleygirl79 on 10/21/2007:
Good for you on the bike ride. I love doing that, but havent been able to lately. Thank you for your comments and moral support. Stay safe



hollybelle - Thursday Oct 18, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Greetings fellow DD'ers! It's Thursday and there is a possibiity that I will take 1/2 a vacation day tomorrow. I would take a whole day but my partner is off all week due to his daughter getting married and we don't like to be out of the office at th same time. Daughter is off school and husband is home until Monday when he - STARTS HIS NEW JOB!

Anyway - yesterday was OK food wise and good exercise wise. I rode bike the last two nights - Tuesday on the streets and last night in the woods. I love the woods. It is also so nice to have a friend to ride with - and the dogs of course. The leaves are beginning to get really pretty here and the woods have such nice color. We have lots of Sumac (not the poison kind) in the woods and it is a pretty shade of red. It was a bit too hot for me last night, but I stuck with it. I should have worn a cooler shirt. I may have to invest in a new bike shirt for the summer next year. They make them that are really cool. I have the shorts with the padding, but that's all the "equipment" I have. I still haven'tbought a helmet - which I know I need - maybe this weekend.

Tonight I have the Church Group thing. Don't know if I mentioned it but the group lasts 10 weeks and next week we are going on a retreat about an hour away. I am very excited abaout that - it will be on Saturday night and I will drive. I am rooming with another lady I met there who is not in my group, but also works in the insurance industry. She is very nice and I was glad she asked me to room with her since husband is not involved in this group. There are several people who are on their own (without spouses) though. Our group is getting bonded pretty good. I plan to do the sessions again when they begin again (I think) in February. It has been such a good time of fellowship. I need NEW people in my life. I think that is good for all of us. I am lucky that it is very easy for me to meet new people. I am not what anyone would call shy! My employer will be tail-gating again for the UK/Florida football game. We talked about going again and riding bikes there, etc. But I don't know if it will work or not. We have been talking about going to state park to hike. But who knows.

It is rainy here today. Husband and daughter were going with neighbors to their sail boat, but don't know if it will clear up in time. If they don't go today - maybe tomorrow and I can work and just enjoy the weekend. I am happy I have laundry caught up and kitchen is good and clean. So housework would be minimal on weekend especially if they will pitch in and help. Novel idea - I know!

Want to catch up with you all on your diaries. Have been reading alot but not really leaving comments. Everyone - have a blessed day.

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

fritters on 10/18/2007:
I love riding my bike also. Where I am, it is cold and wet - no riding for a few days! Have a good day.


workingit2 on 10/18/2007:
I saw a biker the other day and thought about you! There is a group of men and women who get together at the library parking lot and then ride off from there, I have always found it to be very interesting and way cool! I just get nervous on a bicycle on the busy roads that they like to ride. Sometimes they ride faster than most of the cars lol. But wow are they in great shape! I am going to ask mom and dad if they still have the exercise bike in the shed and maybe see if someone will haul it to my house.

Church groups are great! I am working so often that I don't have time to really go to church much less join a group. But I know my mom belongs to a couple women's groups and then she and dad belong to couple's groups and they are always doing something. Mom is painfully shy, but not dad! I am like dad in that respect lol.

Have a great day and thank you for being such a great diary friend! Your diary friend - WI2!


workingit2 on 10/18/2007:
PS. I greatly miss doing the step aerobics! But MAN does it hurt to do any kind of jumping around...and I have to stop ten times to go to the bathroom lol. I will be soooooooooooo happy when the surgery is over and I am recovered!



hollybelle - Monday Oct 15, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Hello all. Well, I was ready for the weekend and exercise wise it was a good one. We were invited to tailgate with my employer on Saturday afternoon for the UK/LSU football game (in case you didn't know UK WON!!). We decided to ride our BIKES to the stadium. Daughter and her friend said they would go, too. So we rode bikes over a couple of neighborhoods to the friend's house (which was on the way to the stadium) where they (the 16 year olds) decided they didn't want to go, after all. So husband and I proceeded. We chatted and hung out for awhile, but didn't have tickets so we rode home to watch the game (we are not really big fans, but were very glad they won - it made alot of people around here happy). Later when husband went to pick up daughter from friend's house he found out it was about 11-12 miles we rode, round trip. Pretty good. We cut through neighborhoods since riding on the main roads in this town is CRAZY.

Now food wise - did not do so well. Ate whatever I wanted. Still probably only went over by about 300 calories Saturday and 500 Sunday. Will do better this week (maybe).

My co-worker's wife is interested in a bike trip West. She is serious and I would like to persue the possibility - maybe in a year or so. She is older than me, but a PE teacher and in great shape. It is possible we could do it. Who knows.

Daughter situation still the same. Must persue faith/growth situation in this matter or I will remain frustrated (and so will she). Different tactics..........we'll see.

Have a blessed day - Holly

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

mcwoo40 on 10/15/2007:
Hiya Holly,sounds like you've had a packed weekend.It is ok to have a 'day off' from it all as long as you get back on it the day after.I've had 4months binging and i think i am ready mentally to start 'again'.i need to control my stress levels better as they do effect my eating habits.Anyway take care,Julie


workingit2 on 10/15/2007:
What a GREAT bike ride! A bike trip would be really cool, and is a great idea!

Good luck with your daughter, having had a child who was very headstrong and very willful and now replacing him with a 41y/o brother who is worse than a teenager, I feel your stress over here. Take care of yourself!



hollybelle - Friday Oct 12, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Well, I am READY for the weekend! What a week it has been. We got great news - husband got the job here in town! He will begin work on 10/22. Needless to say - we are thrilled. He found out yesterday and tonight has been one big food celebration - pizza, chocolate, cookies.....junked out when he came home tonight. I really had a feeling that this was the job for him and we couldn't understand why he hadn't heard back from his resume submission, but when he did get the call they moved fairly fast.

You know we were grateful for the job in the other town and it could have turned out OK. We had committed to making it work and had faith that whatever happened was in God's plans for us and knew it would be for the best - even if it worked out that he stayed in the job in the other town and even if we couldn't understand why right now. In any event I think this will be better, though. We began to appreciate each other a little better even after only 2 weeks away.

Thanks for all the comments on the daughter situation. I am having a little more peace with that - not that it has improved, yet. She is really a good kid. It would be so nice if they could just grow up at the pace we think they should, huh? I know I sure took my own sweet time becoming a responsible adult. Not that I was so horrible or anything really serious - but I could have skipped a couple of bad decisions early on and made life a lot easier for myself. Oh, hindsight - how clear it is.

More later - have a great weekend everyone - God Bless!

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

mcwoo40 on 10/13/2007:
Hi Holly,so glad things have turn out the way you wanted,and who cares if you junked out, your celebrating getting hubby back!!Glad things are turning out better for your daughter too.I have a daughter who i am getting stressed out because she won't do her homework,she does it in 'her time'.She has to stop depending on me for reminding her to get locker keys,certain books for the day.I am going to let her get on with it, so when she get's told off she may learn it is down to her.Anyway have a great weekend,and i will catch up soon,Julie


shadetree on 10/13/2007:
I'm so happy for you! Have a great weekend!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 10/13/2007:
lol - everything always looks clearer when we look back! I remember thinking about the simplicity of elementary school. LOL, it is so simply when you are the elementary school student. haha, that's life i guess! :)


Donkey on 10/13/2007:
Congratulations on hubby's job! I know what a relief that can be. I'm glad it worked out.


workingit2 on 10/14/2007:
CONGRATULATIONS!! (((((((((Holly)))))))))) Thank you for being so sweet to me all the time. You are still number ONE in my book!



hollybelle - Thursday Oct 11, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Thank you so much for ALL your comments. I got something from every one of them. Things are much better. Not that the zeros from daughter's homework have gone away - but I am more philosophical about it all today. Bottom line is - she knows what to do - we (her parents) will help in any way we can, but she has to do the work. I do think the self-sabotage is part of it - she isn't so busy right now so she creates critical mass......need to keep her busier - she does do much better when busy. I don't think drugs are an issue, there may be a little bit of depression at work in her (we all have down days and she doesn't like her father being gone for sure). This behavior is "somewhat" normal for teens (unforturnately), and I think, in the end she will be OK-I just worry about her.

Anyway - eating was not so good yesterday did a little too much "opportunistic" eating - two donuts and a reese cup! Other than that - was OK........no exercise as didn't sleep much night before and needed to REST.

Weather here is GREAT! Sunny, beautiful and was 41 degrees this a.m. High will be around 60 today.....normal is around 70 - and is supposed to pick back up this weekend. Plan to ride bike after work before church meeting tonight. Picking up daughter and friend late after school as they are staying late to study with teacher in Chemistry (see there is effort there - just the homework thing is the issue).

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

rae_regenbogen on 10/11/2007:
Opportunistic eating! What a great term! :)

Have you thought about getting your daughter a daily planner? I'm not sure how well that would go over with a teenager, but it might help her get organized enough to make sure her assignments are turned in. I work at a college and the most successful students always seem to have a planner in their hand. If organization is really the problem, maybe you could plan a night out for just the two of you where you could talk about organization tips. I'm a probation support "officer" where I help students organize their studies, so I have a million ideas for you if you're interested. Organization is kind of like dieting; what works for one person doesn't always work for another!

Other than organization help, could you afford to get your daughter a tutor? If not, maybe you could find out if the school offer free peer tutoring after school. It seems to help if there is a specific time set aside to work on a subject.

I'd also like to say that I'm impressed with your weight-loss. Good job!


greengirl on 10/11/2007:
Glad to see you're finding things a little better. My daughter has suddenly gone from having 5 years in an all girls school to being one of only a hundred girls in a school containing over a thousand boys, so I'm sure you can imagine my worries !!!!! There is always something to keep us on our toes, isnt there ??


Horn_Of_Plenty on 10/12/2007:
its good to hear you are optimistic that your daughter is going to be ok. lol, she's a teen and they all go through it! eating wasn't too bad. have a good weekend! :)



hollybelle - Wednesday Oct 10, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Good morning DD buddies. This is not going to be a cheerful post. I just want to get it out that I am struggling with issues of parenting. I am just at wits end. Especially since husband has been working out of town. The issue is about grades. Daughter - 11th grade - has not been doing homework/and/or not turning it in. She says she is having a hard time staying organized enough to get it done and hand it in. I do not understand because she ia very intelligent person - way above average, as a matter of fact. She is not nearly as busy as she was last year - taking more moderate classes and is not dancing at the private studio where she always has danced for years (her choice). This has been an ongoing problem the last 2 school years and is now worse. On top of this -the worst part - I can't get through to her and I KNOW I am trying too hardwhich makes it worse. The more I say, the more I try, the worse it seems to be. Her dad and I set forth rules at the beginning of the year for school work and she is grounded because of not turning in homework and grades suffering - very low in 2 classes. Any words of wisdom dear diary friends? I am so disapointed in myself because I don't know how to help her help herself. Part of me says just let it go the consequences will result and she'll learn, but I don't know what's the right thing to do. Part of me thinks that this is some type of self-sabotage on her part and it worries me. I didn't sleep last night from obsessing over it and my behavior/actions surrounding it. Here's to better days.......Love, Holly

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

greengirl on 10/10/2007:
Hollybelle, all my sympathies are with you. Having a daughter who is 16 I know what you are going through. It is hard to get anything right when children are at this age. It is a difficult one.According to them, if you are too strict you are ruining their life, and if you are not strict enough, you dont care!!!In othe words you are damned if you do and damned if you dont !!! The thing to remember is that nearly everyone tries pushing against the boundaries at this age, in fact it is normal behaviour!! If you can get across to her, without being too condemnatory, that she will regret messing her grades up, then you will have achieved something. Absoluteley anything could be the catalyst for this sort of behaviour, and remember, in her eyes it will always be your fault!!!! I'm sorry I have no words of wisdom to help you through this, but my thoughts will be with you. Good luck !


Horn_Of_Plenty on 10/10/2007:
Well, I can sympathize with you. I was also an "above average" student. When i enjoyed a class, I would succeed to the highest degree. When I was in Kindergarden until 2nd grade. I had some difficulty and was really shy. Then, from 3rd grade until 8th grade I was an awesome student. I started to have a little difficulty in math in 9th grade but had a tutor at the end of the year and my grades picked up into the 90s by the spring. In 10th grade, Chemistry was REALLY hard and I also had trouble in math, not to mention my teacher was absent for like a month straight! So, my grades really turned in math and sciences from 10th-11th grades. I didn't take math as a senior.

so, now i have to figure out the point of what i'm saying...

In many ways, i TOTALLY agree that your daughter is in fact committing an act of self-sabotage. BTW, isn't an eating disorder also self-sabotage? Meaning, this is just another form of your daughter taking part in some kind of self harm. Obviously, you can see that I also partake in self destructive form with my eating.

I went to school for a long time only to find out that I don't want a career that involves all the pressures of being a music teacher on Long Island. It sounds like your daughter is pushing all activities and involvements to the wayside. Is she depressed?

One suggestion: Keep her involved within the family! This is something that didn't/never would happen in my house. If my parents had stressed the formality or a tradition of family eating and togetherness I may not be the way I am today. However, I can say this for sure. It's just a guess. I think dad being away might have some effect on your daughter. My dad always working long hours, but usually didn't travel much. I can relate a bit.

I would go to a social worker/psychologist with your daughter. I am reluctant myself to do this because i know what i have to do - but just can't seem to take that step and get it over with. I would act to help your daughter before it's too late. Let her try new things and find her interests. It's ok to try new things...as long as she finds at least one thing she enjoys. I guess you have to show her that its ok to not like things or not want to be involved in the same exact thing as her friends. However, also she her that its not okay to be involved in nothing. Speaking of which, I DO believe that being involved can also mean having a part time job.

Like i said, EVERYONE is different. when i was in high school, i didn't believe that kids should work...i thought those parents were nuts to let their kids work and not be able to do after school activities. However, i now believe everyone is different and should do what they like.

furthermore, perhaps your daughter can volunteer at a local hospital. when i went to the volunteer session, it happened to be the same day as the junior session with all the high school kids. Your daughter might feel good helping out and doing something for others.


workingit2 on 10/10/2007:
I have a son who is very intelligent and he does better when he has more to do than when he slows down. His mind is so active that it needs stimulation from many different aspects in order to function at peak performance. Some kids do thrive on having too much to do (or what we consider is too much to do).

And I am only saying this because I have a dear friend who has a very smart daughter who was also a prima ballerina and got a full scholarship to a very nice college. Her last year of high school she began using narcotics, and she was unable to stop. I am not trying to diagnose your daughter, it is just that when I hear of kids who are so very brilliant and talented who start to slide, I feel compelled to mention this. I apologize if I upset you.

However, it may very well be that your daughter is just trying to find out what it feels like to be a 'normal/typical' teenager and thinks that part of that is to blow off her work and slack. My son did this when he was in 9th grade, I went to a teacher that I knew he respected and had him talk to him and explain that he would have to repeat 9th grade if he didn't get on the stick. He still has his moments of acting out and not being timely with his homework and times when he seems to want to maintain a C average..but he kicks it into gear.

And yeah, they won't talk to US...not mom or dad. But if she has a teacher or counselor that she feels she can trust, they may be able to speak with her. Sometimes it just takes that one teacher. Good luck!


shadetree on 10/11/2007:
Continuing with workingit's comments, if there is a parent of one of her friend's that she might talk to, that she respects, that might be an option as well.

We had an issue with my son, who is very intelligent, but he completely slacked off in school, but mostly it was at home. IF he did his chores, he did them halfway. (Trying to be polite here, I use another term...) Anyway, if he went to his grandmother's, his sister's, he would spend all day cleaning, the place would be spotless.We couldn't figure out why he could manage to do this other places, but once he got home he acted like he had no clue how to sweep a floor! We finally determined that it was his way of taking control of things at home. He found that he could control not only his actions, but our reactions. We found a book, I have to dig in the basement (we still have boxes down there from when we moved in...), something about When your kids are driving you crazy...I'll find it today for you. But it helped us competely change how we REACTED to what he was doing. Basically, we disarmed him. I think it may help you a bit. This is provided that it is a power struggle and not something more serious. [There is so much out there now, I really hope that it is 'simply' a power struggle.]

HOP mentions volunteering, a nursing home would be a great volunteering option. There is so much wisdom there!

I'll have my son help me look for that book, and I'll let you know as soon as I find it!


shadetree on 10/11/2007:
I just found the book. It's called "If My Kid's so Nice...Why's He Driving ME Crazy?" by Dr. James Sutton. It's specifically for a condition called oppositional defiant disorder, but the methods worked for us, and I think they may help with you. A lot of it centers on HOW to get your child to a. communicate and b. cooperate. It can't hurt!



hollybelle - Tuesday Oct 09, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Been doing OK. Eating OK. Evercise OK. I didn't ride bike last night due to very HOT weather - but has cooled down today but is kind of rainy. Can't ride when trails are wet.

More later.

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

mcwoo40 on 10/09/2007:
Hiya Holly,Been lovely weather here too after the rain had gone!!.Stay strong,Julie



hollybelle - Saturday Oct 06, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Hey - Nerak - I tried to leave you a message, but your diary wouldn't come up-even on All Entries. Are your posts private? I was going to say - about your bike - single speed with basket - You are I are the same age and I think it's great we are pushing pedals of any kind - beats pushing up daisys! (I hope that's not too abrasive, but it's so true). I would like to have a basket for my road bike so I could go to store on it, etc. I think I'll look into that.

Anyway - everyone - Rode for 1.5 hours today - off road - over 5 miles! YAY! More later.

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

Horn_Of_Plenty on 10/06/2007:
Thanks for ALL the suggestions. I actually do have health insurance. I pay out of pocket about 250 a month. It adds up to exactly 2.5 days of pay! crazy. but, it could be MUCH worse!

about the bike basket, i use something on the back of my bike that holds a few things...but its not big like a basket. baskets are great because you can bring a lot on the road with you! :)

I will keep in mind everything you said to me. I think health is so important and because I am a bit lost in life in general right now, it's just so easy for me to compromise my health and life choices.


Horn_Of_Plenty on 10/07/2007:
I tried to leave Nerak a message too and the same thing happened! :)


mcwoo40 on 10/07/2007:
Hi Holly,i hope you are having some great quality time with hubby,keep pedaling.Take care,Julie


workingit2 on 10/07/2007:
(((((((((((((((Holly)))))))))))))))))))) hope you are enjoying yourself!



hollybelle - Friday Oct 05, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

YAY - rode the bike - but it wasn't easy........when I got to the park after work I took the bike out and the tire was flat - again - after taking it for repair at lunch yesterday! So I loaded it back up and took it AGAIN to be repaired. It turned out to be the tire and not just the tube. They replaced the tube for free since I had already purchased one that day and fixed me up with another tire. I headed back to the park and wound up riding for 45 minutes. It was hot yesterday so that was enough and then went to church last night.

These last few days have been trying (not so much from eating and exercise perspective - but otherwise) - I am in my own way again. I am once again reminded that in my own strength I can do nothing.......God is in control and that's the end of the story. My anxiety and blue periods come from trying to control things that are better left to Him.

Well, that said - husband comes home tonight. His job interview is Monday. Will try to catch up with more of your this weekend. In the meantime - Keep the Faith - have a blessed day!

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

nsa on 10/05/2007:
Matthew 11:28 ;)

Have a great weekend!


workingit2 on 10/06/2007:
>My anxiety and blue periods come from trying to control things that are better left to Him. <

I couldn't have said it better myself. (((((((((((Holly)))))))))))))



hollybelle - Thursday Oct 04, 2007
(Healthy Eating and Exercise)
Weight: 155.6

Haven't ridden bike since Monday - took it out Tuesday and it had a FLAT tire in back. Didn't have time to take it to the shop until today so this a.m. loaded it up and will take it at lunch today.

Been grocery shopping, cooking and keeping house in order for husband's return home Friday. We have spoken to him every night this week.

Cooked hasbrown casserole - daughter's choice of new recipe and it was good. Cooked my choice of new recipe - King Ranch Chicken Casserole last night - I must say it wan't that good. Don't know if I didn't put enough tortillas in it or what, but it was a little soupy. I used flour tortillas instead of corn tortillas as it called for, but didn't think that would make much difference. The hints on it said decrease liquid so I really decreased it alot. The flavor was good, but consistency wasn't right.

This week has been stressful - but when I really stopped and thought about it - I have caused most of the stress myself. I have spoken too quickly, I have spoken too much, I have not though before I spoke - are you seeing a theme here? It's my thoughts and my MOUTH that get me in the most trouble. Oh, the Battlefield of the Mind (and apparently - Mouth!)!!! I must develop better battle-tactics. When will I LEARN!

Have church tonight. Will get a bike ride in before that if I get the tire fixed in time.

Progress as of today: 16.4 lbs lost so far, only 5.6 lbs to go!

Sandra aka Soul on 10/04/2007:
It's usually my mouth that gets me into trouble as well, not to mention packs on the weight. Too bad we cannot just remove our mouths temporarily when we are tempted to overeat or overspeak.


workingit2 on 10/04/2007:
(((((((((((((Holly)))))))))))))))))) thank you for the entry in my diary...and I agree with you.



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