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legcramps - Tuesday Nov 30, 2004

Weight: 129.5

One day a farmer's donkey fell down into a well. The animal cried piteously for hours as the farmer tried to figure out what to do. Finally, he decided the animal was old, and the well needed to be covered up anyway; it just wasn't worth it to retrieve the donkey. He invited all his neighbors to come over and help him. They all grabbed a shovel and began to shovel dirt into the well. At first, the donkey realized what was happening and cried horribly. Then, to everyone's amazement he quieted down.

A few shovel loads later, the farmer finally looked down the well. He was astonished at what he saw. With each shovel of dirt that hit his back, the donkey was doing something amazing. He would shake it off and take a step up. As the farmer's neighbors continued to shovel dirt on top of the animal, he would shake it off and take a step up. Pretty soon, everyone was amazed as the donkey stepped up over the edge of the well and happily trotted off!


Yesterday was not good. I didn't write down what I ate, I only drank 1L of water, and I did nothing for exercise. I didn't even take poor Chewie for his daily walk. He was quite disgusted with me, by the way.

Today: 2pc toast with peanut butter, 1c coffee with 1t sugar, salad for lunch, chicken for dinner. 2L water.

Okay, let's accomplish something today....

smiley2 on 12/01/2004:
Hi, thanks for the encouraging comment, i can say the same, yours are one of the diaries on here that makes me come back each day, makes me wanna do a posting as well. Its good to know that im kinda an inspiration for somebody, thanks. Im at an emotional low at the moment, i think its because SO and me are leaving for South Africa in 2 weeks time and our wedding that is coming up in January, i just feel exhausted, but i try and keep going. I am going to weight myself again tommorow, hold thumbs!

Good luck with all your struggles, just focus on a certain goal eg New years eve in a stunning dress:) hehehe, it always works for me! I even bought the dress already! Have a great day...

legcramps - Monday Nov 29, 2004

Weight: 129.5

Although the weekend started off well, it didn't exactly end up the same way. I didn't have the best show of willpower this weekend. I gave in over the weekend and had several servings of bbq chips. However, that was my only downfall, and i'm hoping that it didn't do too much damage.

Today's plan: bread, coffee, salad, seasoned turkey breast. Vitamin B, which of course i've forgotten about again.

Water: 2L because I seem to have forgotten about that as well....

I feel detached today. Maybe i'm still recovering from having three whole days off.

I went shopping yesterday and found a 6' christmas tree (fake) with the stand for $40 (Cdn). I thought it was a good deal, so I bought it. The tree that I have now is old and is starting to fall apart, but I noticed that it's almost exactly the same kind as the new one. Canadian Pine or something like that. Then I decided I needed new decorations too. So I bought red and white mini-lights, a set of 25 red bulbs and 25 silver bulbs. I also have some decorations saved up from past years and also some from my mother that I HAVE to put on the tree. It will be enough. I'm not the garland type, but I love bulbs and bows and candy canes. Anyhow, the point is i'm finally starting to get into the christmas spirit. Besides the gift buying. I got a headache as soon as we walked into the department store where I bought the tree. Yikes, that's not a good sign because I still have to buy quite a few gifts. I really want to put the tree up now, but BF says that it can't go up until a couple weeks' before the 25th. I'm just going to have to persuade him to think otherwise.....

We bought Chewie a big long rope to play with (I know, we should wait for christmas - ah well), and he took to it right away. Almost enough to even want to stop biting and chewing on us! I love that rope. Last night he was situated on the floor between BF and myself, and he rolled over onto his back with the rope in his mouth and fell asleep like that. It was so cute we couldn't stop laughing at him. Then he let out a stinker and we really couldn't stop laughing at him!

Hope everyone had a great weekend - stay strong this week!

postalprincess on 11/29/2004:
I love the story about your dog! What kind is he? I have a chihuahua and he sleeps in the bed with us. I got out of bed for a drink and when I got back, he had conveniently taken over my spot including my pillow AND he was under the covers. I thought for sure Husby had put him like that but he swears he didn't. :) Have a great day!

legcramps - Thursday Nov 25, 2004

Weight: 129.5


I finally did some measurements. That's all I wanted to say.

________________________________________________________________ Aha! That won't last, but boy oh boy is it ever nice to see!

Yesterday - 2 mugs coffee with whitener (that stuff STILL isn't done), 3pc bread, 2T light mayo, tuna salad (.25c), 6pc cheese (one more day of this and they're done!), a very LARGE salad with cherry tomatoes, bean sprouts, mushrooms and 2T light ranch dressing. 3L water!!!

Today: 2pc bread, 5pc cheese, turkey breast and another salad.

Water: 3L!

I'm taking a B vitamin for extra energy (of course, I forgot to take it this morning, zzzzz), and last night I had so much energy I had a hard time falling asleep. After eating dinner last night I went downstairs and had myself a little workout on the bike. Didn't touch the elliptical yet - that thing i'm definitely scared of.....After that, BF and I went for a walk with Chewie for just under an hour. Got some laundry done and the dishes are washed - geez, I just can't believe the energy I had yesterday.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!!! And for all of us Canucks, let's get through the day by thinking of how our fellow Americans are spending their much deserved day off! Which reminds me to send an e-mail to my uncle.....bye all!

Penguin_14 on 11/25/2004:
Congratulations on breaking the 130 mark!!! Great job! Keep up the good work!

I'm thinking I'd like to make the prayer before meals something we do all the time. Have to ask H what he thinks. The way this world is lately, it sure can't hurt.

Have a great day!

legcramps - Wednesday Nov 24, 2004

Weight: 130.0

Yesterday: 1pc bread, 1T light mayo, 1 tuna salad sandwich, 1c broccoli casserole, 12 baby carrots, 6pc cheese! 1.5 mugs coffee with whitener and 2L water!

Today: 1pc bread, 1T light mayo, 2pc cheese, tuna salad, broccoli casserole, carrots.

Water: 2L

That dumb cheese.

Yesterday after work I started cooking dinner, then BF came home and we went uptown quickly to take back a movie and pick a couple of things up. After eating, we took Chewie for a walk and ended up at the bar. Darn, forgot to add that rye and coke to my intake. The bar we went to wasn't far from home, so we didn't really get a great walk in. To let Chewie get his exercise, BF and I stood about 50ft apart and Chewie ran back and forth between us. But I got no exercise!!! I was going to then head downstairs and do some work on the machines, but decided to hit the sack early instead and so today i'm feeling quite guilty. Especially with all the cheese I ate last night. *sigh*

Today had better be a good day. Somehow i've got to lucky charm my way out of cooking tonight so that I can hit the machines early. Hmmmm.....

skinnyjill on 11/24/2004:
Why does cheese have to be so good?

I've tried teh soy cheese, and it's pretty good. It does seem to lack something if you eat it by itself, but the slices on a gardenburger, or shredded cheese on a salad is yummy. It's has less calories and can almost pass for teh real thing.

legcramps - Tuesday Nov 23, 2004

Weight: 130.0

Yesterday: 4pc ww bread, 1T margarine, 2T light ranch dressing, 1 can tuna, 12 or so baby carrots and about 3 pieces of cheese. Water - 2L!

Today: 12 baby carrots, 1 can tuna, some bean sprouts, a few cherry tomatoes, 1c lettuce, 2T light ranch dressing, 1pc ww bread, 4 to 5 pieces of cheese.

Water - 2L again.

The moment I looked at that big bag of Babybel cheese was the final breaking point for me. I've avoided cheese like it had the plague, only because I love it so much that i'd binge on it for sure. Well, simply looking at the bag and walking away while I was in the grocery store yesterday would have been much too difficult to do. I am trying as hard as I can to limit the intake each day, and when this bag is done I believe I will be able to breathe a little easier.

Yesterday when I got home from work I collapsed on the couch. I was pretty tired, but when BF came home, still managed to get my butt up and to the grocery store. BF went bowling, so I didn't have to worry about making dinner last night. When I got back from shopping, I made myself 1/2 a tuna salad sandwich, then took Chewie for a walk. Boy, was it ever cold outside! I think it went down to -12C. This morning it's at -10C. I can't wait until it gets down to -30C (sarcasm). Anyhow, after the walk I fell back onto the couch and went to sleep. BF came home after bowling and woke me up, then he took Chewie for a walk. I went to the fridge and started in on the cheese! When they got back, I stopped and decided to hit the sack. Thank goodness I stopped, because i'm sure I could've kept going on and on. A mixture of tiredness and boredom almost drove my resolve right out the window last night.

Something i've learned - don't keep trigger foods in the house. Ever. It's going to be a rough week.

Becca27 on 11/23/2004:
I couldn't live where you do. I'd just die. I know it. I've been struggling with the cheeses, too. It surprises me because, normally, it wouldn't be a trigger food for me, at all! I've been eating gorgonzolla cheese in my salad with walnuts and I think it's been killing my progress. I think that each is healthy once in a while, but I've been taking advantage of a good thing and need to back off. Thanks for the reminder. .... at least your Thanksgiving is over....

sig723 on 11/23/2004:
I'm a cheese lover also so I know where you are coming from. You'll do fine I'm sure. You are at my goal weight ahhhhh!!! LOL. Well keep up the good work.

legcramps - Monday Nov 22, 2004

Weight: 130.0

Hello all!

Friday: 1pc ww bread with a teaspoon of margarine, coffee, tea, 2 tuna salad sandwiches, 1pc chocolate and a piece of gum. Water - what water?

Saturday: 3pc rye toast with butter, coffee, 6" ham and cheese sub on ww, 2oz roasted chicken, .5c mashed potatoes, 1c salad with ranch dressing, 1pc cheese pizza. Water - around 1L.

Sunday: 6" ham and cheese sub on ww, 1.5c fast food french fries with ketchup. Water - around 1.5L. I didn't eat much on Sunday because I didn't actually wake up until sometime in the afternoon. Yeah. It happens.

Today's Plan: 2pc ww toast with 1T butter, tuna salad sandwiches. Water - 2L?

I'm going to try hard again this week and hopefully another pound will come off soon. My objective this week will be to get some sort of exercise in everyday until next weigh-in. Sorry if i'm blunt today, still kind of out of it from the weekend shift.

Have a good one today!

Becca27 on 11/22/2004:
It looks like you did a good job over the weekend. Keep up the great work and squeeze in the exercise whenever you can.

legcramps - Friday Nov 19, 2004

Weight: 130.0

I weighed again this morning and i'm happy to report that my weight has stayed at 130lbs for two days in a row!

Yesterday: 1pc toast and 1 mug coffee, tuna salad sandwich, another mug of coffee, turkey salad sandwich with 1c salad. We decided since we didn't have much time yesterday to just go out to eat. I got a turkey salad sandwich on rye bread and asked for salad instead of getting fries. I ate half of everything, then boxed it up and took it home. Later on, after volleyball, BF ate the other half of the sandwich, so all that's left is the salad. I'm kind of glad he did, because when I looked up the number of calories in a full turkey salad sandwich, it was over 400! I didn't need that, seeing as I ate half the salad as well, with creamy ranch dressing that was definitely not low in fat!

Water: let's not go there.

Today: 1pc toast with 1 mug of coffee, tuna salad sandwich (with only 1pc bread), not sure what to have for dinner, because we're on the move again today.

Water today: I don't know. I feel like crap. Well, not like crap, but I want some kind of excuse for not having to drink water today...

okay, 2.5L water.

Went for a walk with the puppy last night. Finally, after over an hour of walking, I said I was getting tired. BF decided to run home with the dog, grab the car and come back and pick me up. Hehe. Spoiled, huh?! Besides, the dog was still about as excited and ready to go as the moment we left the house. He needed a little more exercise than just walking, and BF is the only one of us that can actually straight out run for as long a distance it was to get back home. Okay, I bailed, but in retrospect, I still got a good walk in.

I'm going to set my next goal at 126lbs. This I think will be my final goal. I want to be in the range of 125-130.

Here starts my second final test. The biggest challenge will be maintenance WHEN I reach my new goal weight.

biscottibody59 on 11/19/2004:
Have a good one--sounds like you're doing great!

TheMother on 11/19/2004:
CONGRATS!!!!!!!!! I'm SO happy for you! Your dedication and perserverance are paying off plus you get great exercise walking Chewie, too. Have a GREAT weekend...


subway girl on 11/19/2004:
That is so awesome that you are on your final goal! I started out only wanting to lose 5 pounds, and maintain at that weight, but it hasn't happened yet... I guess I need to really be serious if I want to make any progress... Anyway, you were wondering what a secret angel was, basically its like a secret santa. We put names in a hat and drew for who we would buy presents for, only we don't let that person know. So I have no idea who my secret angel is! But of course I had to eat the pb cups! Take care :) Good luck w/ your goals!

geevee on 11/19/2004:
Lucky you! TWO whole days at a new low. That happened to me too, once, but then it was over!I consider my two pound fluctuation for the past 2-3 months the same as maintenance. I'm not making any progress, period. I'm not bingeing either. I AM maintaining, though. But I don't want to just maintain. When your weight gets down, it gets harder to lose, I swear!

lard-ass on 11/19/2004:
well legcramps,I really wasn't talking to you anyway,and get a grip,the 0% body fat comment was a figure of speech, mabe you should watch some fitness shows, o% body fat in not near death, there are a Lot of beautiful fit women with 0% bodyfat,and their hott.,and striveing for perfection is definatlly not,demorlizeing its a fantastic goal,I don't care who quoted it.Its just an opinion.look up the definition of demoralizeing,its pretty close to immoral,I can think of a lot worse things,then wanting to be thin,just ask and you shall recieve a list.I didn't put biscottbody down just the bad quote.dont take things so personal.I have no chips on my shoulders.to tell the truth Im pretty dogon happy, By Michelle

trini08 on 11/19/2004:
you have done such a great job looking at your entries please tell me what is your motivation

Penguin_14 on 11/19/2004:
As one of my friends always says, "You go with your bad self, Girl!" LOL :) Making your goal weight and today being your second day at it is incredible!

Thanks for your comments yesterday. Well your BF didn't do the love note and flowers, but he wins big points for getting the car and picking you up! Sounds like love to me! :) Hubby cleaned the bathroom today from top to bottom. God, I love that man!

Chewie sounds like he's having a blast. Labs are so full of energy and so smart! And boy do they ever love anything to snack on. Our German shepherds have endless energy, too. H taught our shepherd, Crunchie, to track when he was a puppy by putting liver sausage on his shoe and walking around the yard. He spent a lot of time teaching him how to react in different situations. He's fearless. He likes nothing better than when H is home working on a project. He follows him everywhere and has his nose in everything, only taking short breaks to play frisbee. Now the other shepherd Bear is a different story. He's a mama's boy, and he mainly uses his sight, not his nose to find things. He had a lot of health problems as a pup and was not as well socialized as Crunchie, but he's still very lovable. His goal is to sit at or on my feet no matter where I am (except when he's trying to steal the frisbee away from Crunchie). And he's always ready for someone else to take the lead when he's not sure of himself. One night my sister came over and sneaked into the yard. She was hiding behind a tree peeking around to see what he would do. The back door was open and he was sitting on the porch next to the open door. Do you know he ran in the house and jumped up on windowsill and looked out the kitchen window to make sure whoever was out there didn't get him? I know he can handle himself and would protect me if I were threatened--I've seen him do it. But this boy has some issues! He weighs 95 lbs. for Pete's sake. It's hilarious.

Don't get me started talking about the dogs... you know I can't stop! Keep up the great work and have a terrific evening!

legcramps - Thursday Nov 18, 2004

Weight: 130.0

Hahaha, I knew it, I knew it.....yep, made my goal!! **rapped whilst banging hands on desk and sending out major mojo to everyone in the office*

I had to weigh today because.....I just had to.

Yesterday: 2.5L water, 1pc ww toast with 1tspn light margarine, tuna salad sandwich on whole wheat with 1T light salad dressing because BF took the mayo to work with him, 2c salad with the other half of the can of tuna, 1T salad dressing. I also had a mug of coffee and 1/2 a mug of herbal tea. I don't know if it gets any better than that. Shhhh, don't tell me - i'm basking.

Today: 1pc ww toast with margarine, tuna salad sandwich and for dinner I think i'm going to make.....hamburger helper. Or, i'll eat my casserole leftovers and let BF get himself something for dinner. Or i'll make him hamburger helper and eat the rest of the casserole. I don't know yet.

Water: 2.5L, but i'm sick today (TOM), so I don't know how much of that i'll get down. That's always a problem around this time. Drinking water makes me feel more ill, and no one wants that.

I had a bad night of waking up, needing to be sick, taking advil, and fixing my heating pad. So far i'm doing well, and i'm going to stay optimistic about this and pretend TOM isn't even here. HA.

Chewie is doing great, geevee! We took him for a long walk last night when we got back from wallyball (took about 1.5hrs), through the park. We both ran with him for a bit even, so he really liked that. He's getting so big! (Sounds like i'm talking about a child!) Chewie is turning into a very good puppy. We've got him housetrained finally (we think), and he can sit, shake a paw, lay down, roll over and stay on command (of course, only when treats are in view). He's very aware of when we're angry with him though, and sometimes waddles (yes, he's still very clumsy on his long legs!) over to a dark corner and sulks for a bit. Oh! He can fetch too! I'm so happy, because now he'll get lots of exercise! All the exercise he wants - I could throw a ball around all day for him.

Ah, life is pretty good, even with the tough moments.

monet0329 on 11/18/2004:
wo0o0oh0o0o0o0o0o doin the dance for ya.. way to go on getting to your goal.. clap clap clap clap..

Chewy sounds o0o0o0o cute.. im not sure how to put picture on in here.. or I would show you my Mollis halloween picture heheh.. she was a witch..lol..

you have a great day hun.. I know you will.. your mood is inspiring :O).. thanks.. hugssss

smiley2 on 11/18/2004:
Congrats with the weight loss. Its amazing how weight loss and the reaching of goals increases a person's happiness and confidence, im the same,just wish it was easier to lose weight hehe!

Keep at it, you are doing a great job. Hang in there, what is your goal by the way and your height? I am 5 foot 4 inches, and i wanna weigh 118 pounds before my wedding on Jan 8th!

Becca27 on 11/18/2004:
Congratulations!!! I can only imagine how incredible you feel. Hopefully, I'll be there in a few months. Have a wonderful day!!

biscottibody59 on 11/18/2004:
Congrats to you on making your goal! Enjoy!

Have a good one and keep up the good work!

2bthinagain on 11/18/2004:
Way to go on passing up the BK!! It's hard, I know! But when you think about all those calories and all that grease...YUCK! I'd rather have something healthy in my body. No clogged arteries for me!! :o) Keep up the great work!!

stringbean on 11/18/2004:
Congrats on making your goal! What an accomplishment! :D WTG!


legcramps - Wednesday Nov 17, 2004

Weight: 130.5

Yesterday: 2pc ww bread with a slice of ham and lettuce, 2 mugs herbal tea, 2 mugs coffee (weaker though, so my sanity is still intact), 1.5L water (oh boy), 3c lettuce with 3T light dressing, a taste of my chicken-broccoli casserole. I think this casserole is going to be a staple in my house. BF almost ate the whole pot. Yeah, pot and everything. Someone was hungry!

Today: 2pc ww bread, salad, casserole.

Water: 2.5L goshdarnit!

Just slacking on the water, but everything else is smooth. For now. I don't know if I mentioned this, but I bought a hazelnut coffee whitener the other day, and that's why i'm drinking so much coffee. It's too good! I can't stop myself.

Tonight I have wallyball. Tomorrow volleyball, and Friday wallyball again. I'm going to lose weight this week.

Have a great day all!

skinnyjill on 11/17/2004:
Everyone seems to be slacking on the H2O thing, me included.

What's wallyball?

geevee on 11/17/2004:
Eat ALL the broccoli you want. It is SO low in calories! So is kale, chard, spinach, cauliflower, pumpkin, squash, collards, cabbage. Load up!

The sky is still nice and blue and here I am at home. I'll pay the price by gaining a pound from inactivity today. Well, sometimes you just have to take a day to "catch up" on certain things, and I sure did that today.

How's the doggie? I haven't heard about him for awhile.

Penguin_14 on 11/17/2004:
I laughed so hard when I read your comment "sliding in on your butt with the beer can...." I'd probaby be sliding in broke, my hair a mess, clutching my can of Pepsi and a box of Kraft Mac n Cheese! LOL :-) I hadn't heard that saying before, but boy is it ever true. When I leave this earth, I want to leave something of value behind other than regrets for what I didn't do. I've had all kinds of serious stuff in my life for too long. I want to make something more of myself. I'm just trying to figure out what! I don't want my epitaph to read, "She was a very big (but determined) girl who always tried hard to lose weight," or "They welcomed her at the pearly gates, but told her to leave her chocolate at home." Some legacy, huh! LOL!! Can you tell I'm a little over tired today? It's been WAY too long of a day at work. It's really good to laugh at myself...beats crying!

Have a good day!

P.S. I LOVE broccoli, too!

legcramps - Tuesday Nov 16, 2004

Weight: 130.5

So yesterday BF was off work and made lunch and dinner for me. Aw, sweet, but come on i'm trying to diet!

Yesterday: 2c cream of broccoli soup (satisfied my cravings anyhow!), 1pc pepperoni pizza, a couple bites of a pork chop and 1/2c boiled potatoes. And I fell sadly short of my 3L of water minimum. I drank two big mugs of coffee because I found a really yummy hazelnut whitener, but that coffee kind of stumped my thirst for the rest of the day. That, and I was too busy flying off the walls to remember to drink water. You should have seen my shaking hands and darting eyes. Way too much coffee, legcramps. Take it easy on the coffee.

Today: I have bread at home now, so that's what i'm having at lunch because I miss it so. 1c soup, 1c salad with 1T light dressing and tea. I'm having roast chicken for dinner tonight most likely.

Water: 2.5L. Better not push my luck like I tried to yesterday.

I got a lot accomplished yesterday though. I'm recording my dad's old records onto cd's, and I got a big chunk of it out of the way last night. Plus, I did laundry and cleaned up the kitchen. Gotta be proud of those little things, you know?!

I have some work here to do this morning, so i'd better be off. I'll be back later to comment.

Penguin_14 on 11/16/2004:
Thanks for all the good thoughts! I really liked what you said yesterday about still accomplishing my dreams. 40 is just another number after all, isn't it! I have to keep telling myself that. I just have to forget the numbers and concentrate on my health and my program.

The coffee really gets your blood going! LOL I used to only drink it in the morning, and I had to have the French vanilla creamer (and I used too much of it, of course!). I'd be flying around like a maniac. Then I'd get an upset stomach. I've been drinking the French vanilla flavor Lipton tea plain. It's not sweet, but it's not as bitter as regular tea. Of course, now I'm not as energetic in the a.m. either! LOL :) Sounds like you have a great plan for the day with your food, too.

Have a great day!

Becca27 on 11/17/2004:
LOL - now he's trying to fatten you up?? Men! They have no idea!!! Whenever I O.D. on coffee I feel like I'm crawling out of my skin. Did your dad ask you to transfer his records or are you doing it as a surprise? Either way, how nice!! One year, as a project, I typed up my father's family history from hundreds of pages of written manuscripts started by one of his ancestors that fought in the American Civil War (unfortunately he was from the South). It was a neat gift. Have a great day!!!! P.S. I thought of you yesterday - my friend lives in Gwelph, Ontario - she owns a sweet corn farm - she sent me photos of her family - haven't seen them in years. Anyway, I know you're in Canada, too, right?

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