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Warm Winter Days....

Friday, February 18, 2011

I tell you days like these last few outside make you forget its February! I love my snow but it really gives me a desire to get my garden started. That and my supply of freezer veggies is getting low. Most likely I'll start some seeds indoors by the beginning of March and get to buying seeds in the next week or so. Having a garden is a good deal of work but I tell you its so nice not having to buy frozen veggies at the store. I just go downstairs!

I think today will be involving getting out there with my doggie for a nice walk and maybe washing the car.

This morning I went for a blood draw. I have my yearly physical coming up the beginning of march and I figured it would be a smarter thing to have the blood draw done so we could discuss whatever when I go in. Its been a few years so she did all the basics and since my Dad has thyroid issues we did a panel on that.

As for actual weight loss I don't have much to report this week. I'm staying active but I was a little frustrated at my scale numbers this week. Now I am just coming off of that TOM and I also had Chinese food this past weekend (with some leftovers for a meal or two). The numbers on the scale showed I was creeping up a pound or two so instead of reporting it on here I'm kinda ignoring it and going to see what things look like on Monday. I'm thinking and hoping it has something to do with water retention.

Wishing everyone else as nice of weather as we are having here in Maryland right now!
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  • POWER1938
    Chicken Chaser, I am ready to do a little gardening too, but I am down to containers. Hope to have better luck with them this year than last. It's Ok to ignore a pound or two because of fluids in the body. I believe you will be OK next weigh in. Don't forget all that stuff in Chinese food that holds water! emoticon
    3766 days ago
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