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post #4101 of 10872 Old 03-27-2013, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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Kctop and texasgal only dogs and supermodels think bones are attractive. Maybe a fashion photographer or two. They don't count anyway unless your in paris or new york on a runway. Shalom
I WAS too thin when I met my husband .. at 128 lbs.. I've gained 55. I would like to lose 30 .. would be thrilled with 20.

It's not so much about how I look as how I feel.. 55 lbs of fat is exhausting!!
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post #4102 of 10872 Old 03-27-2013, 09:33 AM Thread Starter
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Kctop you did not disclose any of my deformities after we met. So I am still in debt to you and your husband. LOL
Besides I need to pick your brains for information on this area and its horse activities. Shalom
This must explain why there were no pictures taken .. kc was concerned about her camera...



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post #4103 of 10872 Old 03-27-2013, 09:49 AM
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DBA, Horse activities in our area are easy to find this time of year, depending on what you want to do. There are lots of playdays starting up, ropings and team sortings. Don't know much about the show ring though. There is a place off of FM 1138 that does horse shows on occasion. Ashley showed her gelding there last year in a halter class but the had Western Pleasure, horsemanship and English classes too. One guy showd his horse in western and then put an English saddle on him and rode him in the next class!

TG, I know how ya feel. I would be thrilled with 15 pounds! My family needs to start eating better but low carb dinners don't look very good and I doubt my daughter would touch them with a 10 ft pole!!!! My son eats just about anything but is starting to get picky!!!

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Y'all are cracking me up! I held on to my Razr flip phone as long as I could. Now, I can't imagine not having my smartphone - if only because of the GPS function.

Happy Passover, dba. It's been pleasantly quiet at work this week - my company's ownership & clientele are predominantly Jewish.
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My daughter actually WANTS to eat healthier.. she is excited that things are about to go "veggies, salads, fresh fruits, --- no processed" .. lol.

It's DH that is going to balk! Lol

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cynical are you implying that my people are anything but pleasant and caring? LOL
Mazel Tov to you and everyone else may your Easter be as wonderful as Passover was.
I served my guest Motzah ball soup, salad, grilled Redfish with cajun seasonings, Roasted whole leg of lamb with rosemary, Carrots with cinnamon honey and parsley, and macaroons for dessert. We had merlot, chardonnay, and a red moscatto. All Kosher of course. No bread for the next 6 days.
KCtop you have been more than helpful and if I become an annoyance let me know.
Texasgal I do know the extra wieght must be uncomfortable. As long as you are determined to lose it you will succeed. Good luck mu friend I have faith in you. Shalom
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Thanks, dba. Support is crucial. I'm being careful about who I tell about my "lifestyle change" .. so many people will mock and discourage .. and even TRY to sabotage.

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It's no problem DBA, it takes alot to annoy me! I want to take my horses everywhere I can this year so if I find some places or shows will definitely let you know:) Did you cool all that food dba? It sounds like it was an awesome feast!
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Um, when's your next dinner, dba?! I'll bring the wine...
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Ok, going to have to stop talking about all that yummy food, it's making me hungry and it's not even 10:00 yet!!!
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