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Old 01-24-2013, 04:29 PM   #29671 (permalink)
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Trying to lose weight without telling anyone is difficult. Yesterday my mom kept harassing me to go to lunch with her and I finally convinced her I didn't want to without telling her that I'm on a diet. So she took Chrono to run some errands and then she comes back with a bunch of egg mcmuffins for me . That's sweet but I'm trying to LOSE weight. And mcdonalds makes me feel like garbage if I eat it in the morning. It's like everywhere I turn people are inviting me out to eat.

And I really don't want to tell anyone that I'm dieting because everyone I know is a saboteur and if you tell them you are dieting suddenly all this food gets pushed onto you. Even my mom is a saboteur, which makes no sense because she calls me fat. But she is a very nonsensical person.

*sigh* If we had moved to Calgary it would have been so much simpler.

I got an extra bag of peanut m&m's in my desk.
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Old 01-24-2013, 04:35 PM   #29672 (permalink)
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I got an extra bag of peanut m&m's in my desk.
The red ones are made from bugs !
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Old 01-24-2013, 05:34 PM   #29673 (permalink)
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Baxter is okay, hooray!!! Slight heart murmur, but likely stress induced. That, or minor enough congenital issue that it's no real concern.

I feel SO much better knowing.
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:49 PM   #29674 (permalink)
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Trying to lose weight without telling anyone is difficult. Yesterday my mom kept harassing me to go to lunch with her and I finally convinced her I didn't want to without telling her that I'm on a diet. So she took Chrono to run some errands and then she comes back with a bunch of egg mcmuffins for me . That's sweet but I'm trying to LOSE weight. And mcdonalds makes me feel like garbage if I eat it in the morning. It's like everywhere I turn people are inviting me out to eat.

And I really don't want to tell anyone that I'm dieting because everyone I know is a saboteur and if you tell them you are dieting suddenly all this food gets pushed onto you. Even my mom is a saboteur, which makes no sense because she calls me fat. But she is a very nonsensical person.

*sigh* If we had moved to Calgary it would have been so much simpler.

I'm working on losing weight. Just control your portions. Small bites. Chew chew chew. Claim you're full after a little bit.
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Old 01-25-2013, 12:27 AM   #29675 (permalink)
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Scalded my thigh with hot water. I was sitting in bed watching tv and trying to pour hot water into my cup at the same time, and instead of the spout from the kettle being over my cup it was directly over my leg. I didn't notice and poured the water all over the top of my bare thigh. I can't believe how much this hurts. Burns suck. I'm just watching out for blisters and hoping that I don't have to go to a doctor.

But at least now I have a pretty convenient excuse not to see my inlaws on saturday heheheeee.
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:34 AM   #29676 (permalink)
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Mini rant: Finding rescue for a non "pet" GSD is almost darn near impossible. This is a good dog but he's not the lay around, get along with everyone GSD that rescues typically prefer to deal with.

Observation: The whole world is pregnant and due this summer. I think there are a dozen people on my fb that are due between June-Aug and the Aug ones have just started announcing.
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Old 01-25-2013, 08:40 AM   #29677 (permalink)
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Yayyyy! It sounds like my brother is willing to help me play with the gas lines in the house!

In other words, he's helping me to shut everything off, move the range in the kitchen, drill a hole through the tile in the kitchen, remove a section of the gas line, add a connection to run through the floor in the new spot, get it all hooked up, and then hope we don't blow ourselves up in the process!

And by "help" I mean that he'll do everything and I'll be the assistant. At least with all of my working out I'm able to move heavy objects, so I'm not completely useless. And THEN...my kitchen will be ready for the people to get the new refrigerator installed where I ultimately want it to go. Yay!
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:04 AM   #29678 (permalink)
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Mini rant: Finding rescue for a non "pet" GSD is almost darn near impossible. This is a good dog but he's not the lay around, get along with everyone GSD that rescues typically prefer to deal with.
Ain't that the truth! We currently have 3 of them in our system right now.
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:17 AM   #29679 (permalink)
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Last night Mike was sitting in his wheel chair in the kitchen. Hondo was sitting in front of him while Mike was rubbing on his head. Lonestar, who has always been able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, decided he wanted to get on Mike's lap, so in a single bound cleared Hondo and hit Mike with enough momentum to send the chair flying backwards into the wall.

Realizing his mistake, Lonestar quickly jumped away to clear Mike & Hondo and ended up on my kitchen table. On my kitchen table. Seriously. Of course that was the moment I came into the kitchen (hearing the loud thump in the kitchen) and see Lonestar standing on my kitchen table with Mike and Hondo staring at me.

I live in a zoo.
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Mini rant: Finding rescue for a non "pet" GSD is almost darn near impossible. This is a good dog but he's not the lay around, get along with everyone GSD that rescues typically prefer to deal with.
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And he's a gorgeous one too. Beautiful heavy blanket back.
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