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Old 04-28-2013, 07:01 AM   #361
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Morning!!

Judy - tell the stone i told it to leave!!

Debby - I'm going to write a note to the kennel Copper always went to and I know I'll cry all the way through it!

Buffy - GF you need to get better!!! And your DD will figure it out! All our illnesses, even high cholesterol, seem to be caused by inflammations! And those can come from our diets . . . maybe the cavemen had it right. Even Dana Carpender is writing a Paleo cookbook!

Sandy - I'm so grateful to you!! Thanks!!

Carolyn - WTG on not cheating yet!!!

Jim - to your wife!!! And we always get rescue dogs too!

Great time in Milwaukee getting DS24 moved into his new apartment!
Really angry at his roomie's parents, though.
They promised him they would come down form Door County to help him move home - which he's already upset about, because he has an IT degree and can't find a job!! - anyway . . .
He was almost in tears when he got a call that they weren't coming!
Sigh.

I tried to make him feel better . . .

Long drive home last night (about 4 hours) but totally worth it.
Now lots to do here today because tomorrow *drumroll* I'm picking up our new baby!!

I know people are going to say it's too soon, but I've been mourning for 2 weeks and I'm tired of crying! I need some happy in my life.

So:

Meet Merlin!

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Melin I love that name!

Lots of aviation history in that name once the famed magician from the days of King Arthur, Rolls Royce named their 12 cylinder power house the Merlin! It was put in the Spitfire the Mustang the Lightning and the Mosquito to name a few......boring guy stuff sorry!

Love the name beautiful pup makes me wanna roll on the floor and cuddle him

Happy Sunday All!
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Mary Kay... glad your mourning is coming to an end.

Merlin is so sweet/cute. I'm happy for you. Enjoy!
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Are you aiming to get into ketosis and stay there! If if is a matter of calories, getting into ketosis and staying there got me to where I lost well. The one downside was that it zapped my appetite that I had to make myself eat and very little appealed to me.

In Ketosis big time never out all I eat is meat and fat for the last 7 weeks but always ready to eat yum yum yum! I really still need to watch my total cal intake. I got a girlie metabolism and my wife seems to have the metabolism of an 18 year old male athlete. It seems like every morning she is down a half a pound.

Im workin on it!
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MK my choir director emailed me said he'd be happy to change the anthem to something about "rolling the stone away!" HA HA!

I am so happy for you and I think it's so smart to get a new puppy who will take all of your attention and you darn sure know it. And Jim - please keep chiming in - we love your contributions! I had no idea there was much aviation history behind Merlin's name.

MK I'm so sorry for your DS's roomie - I realize I am a step mom, but we have "been there" for every single little or big thing for our kids. They are all milestones and they all create memories - good or bad. You probably were super mom to the roomie and he will remember that, too.

After our old wonderful pug died, a friend called and said her co-worker's pug had just had a litter - were we interested? NO, I said! Too soon! And I was crying every single day.

DH took the reigns and we got our spoiled brat Eloise who honestly made everything better. I was able to appreciate our departed pug without dissolving into tears all the time.
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In Ketosis big time never out all I eat is meat and fat for the last 7 weeks but always ready to eat yum yum yum! I really still need to watch my total cal intake. I got a girlie metabolism and my wife seems to have the metabolism of an 18 year old male athlete. It seems like every morning she is down a half a pound.

Im workin on it!
You can actually eat too much meat which the body will convert to sugar.
Too much protein will definitely knock you out of ketosis.
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Merlin I love that name!

Lots of aviation history in that name once the famed magician from the days of King Arthur, Rolls Royce named their 12 cylinder power house the Merlin! It was put in the Spitfire the Mustang the Lightning and the Mosquito to name a few......boring guy stuff sorry!

Love the name beautiful pup makes me wanna roll on the floor and cuddle him

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Well that's fun!!!
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Mary Kay... glad your mourning is coming to an end.

Merlin is so sweet/cute. I'm happy for you. Enjoy!
Thanks Debby.
I have been mourning for a long time. He was in crises on and off since last November, so even though it's just now 'over' it's been a long time coming.
I still cry at random times, but he wouldn't want me to dwell, he'd want me to rescue another puppy, just like I rescued him!

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I got a girlie metabolism and my wife seems to have the metabolism of an 18 year old male athlete. It seems like every morning she is down a half a pound.

Im workin on it!
Well, that doesn't quite seem fair, does it!

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I am so happy for you and I think it's so smart to get a new puppy who will take all of your attention and you darn sure know it.
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MK I'm so sorry for your DS's roomie - I realize I am a step mom, but we have "been there" for every single little or big thing for our kids. They are all milestones and they all create memories - good or bad. You probably were super mom to the roomie and he will remember that, too.
I hope so! I couldn't believe they wouldn't be there for him!!

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After our old wonderful pug died, a friend called and said her co-worker's pug had just had a litter - were we interested? NO, I said! Too soon! And I was crying every single day.

DH took the reigns and we got our spoiled brat Eloise who honestly made everything better. I was able to appreciate our departed pug without dissolving into tears all the time.
Exactly! I couldn't get another Doberman, but he's a Coonhound/Lab mix and is enough different that he'll be healing!
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Our long national nightmare is over.
The stone has been passed.
Let all the village rejoice!
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LOLOL...Judy gave birth and Mary Kay has a new baby.. What a weekend!!!

It's hard to be sad when you have a new puppy..You don't have time and he will be your walking partner very soon..

Grumble on the roommate business..Those parents don't realize how much they hurt their son..

Jim: Some of us have girlie metabolisms, then there is Sandy..and your wife, Kate.

Well, I made it until 12:30..Chips at the Mexican restaurant..I am so weak..
No dinner tonight for me..Maybe a hard boiled egg if I get hungry.

Oh...I finally watched Season I of Call the Midwife...

Alex is having a good day blood sugar wise..

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Melin I love that name!

Lots of aviation history in that name once the famed magician from the days of King Arthur, Rolls Royce named their 12 cylinder power house the Merlin! It was put in the Spitfire the Mustang the Lightning and the Mosquito to name a few......boring guy stuff sorry!

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Happy happy joy joy!!

MK, what a sweetie. Lab mix?
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Wow! What great news all over. I'm rejoicing with Judy and with MK. We used to have a Lab/Blue Tick Coon Dog mix. He was actually our son's dog but he ended up being the family pet, since our son was 12 when he got him. His name was Cody and he was a great dog! When the first 2 grandbabies came along he loved them even when they would lay on him or pull his ears. He just loved his people.
Carolyn, it sounds like you did pretty well and tomorrow is a brand new day. I've been half good this weekend. Could've been better, could've been much worse.
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MK, so happy to hear about the arrival of Merlin, what a wonderful home he is so lucky to come to
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LOLOL...Judy gave birth and Mary Kay has a new baby.. What a weekend!!!
That's not quite the way I thought of it . . . but yay!!



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It's hard to be sad when you have a new puppy..You don't have time and he will be your walking partner very soon..
That's what I'm hoping!!

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Grumble on the roommate business..Those parents don't realize how much they hurt their son..
I know!! I didn't actually see him cry, but I'm sure he was before we got there!

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Yes! Lab/Coonhound! Good eye!

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Wow! What great news all over. I'm rejoicing with Judy and with MK. We used to have a Lab/Blue Tick Coon Dog mix. He was actually our son's dog but he ended up being the family pet, since our son was 12 when he got him. His name was Cody and he was a great dog! When the first 2 grandbabies came along he loved them even when they would lay on him or pull his ears. He just loved his people.

I hope so!!!

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Good morning..

Breakfast out at my last Bible Study for our Monday ladies..We have 11 going to Eggberts..LOL..I made a reservation. I did have a small bar at 7:30 cuz I wouldn't make it until 9:30 or so..

It is a great day today..Great weather so far..Now, where are my "spring clothes"..Time to shift gears.

Oh, Merlin will be lots of fun..Lab/coondog..He will love to play, hunt, run, and retrieve anything..

Off to the shower.. Check in later with all the newsy news..
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We called our lab/coondog a Labratick. It didn't catch on with the designer dog peeps but we loved it!

Off to the eye dr again this a.m. I'm having a terrible time figuring out what I want to do. Glasses, contacts, both? Readers only, progressive lenses? Ugh. I hate glasses on my face but when I don't have my reading contact in I have to have them but contacts bother my eyes after several hours and I end up taking it out and tossing it. I sure wish my lasic surgery would've lasted longer, grrrr.
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Off to the eye dr again this a.m. I'm having a terrible time figuring out what I want to do. Glasses, contacts, both? Readers only, progressive lenses? Ugh. I hate glasses on my face but when I don't have my reading contact in I have to have them but contacts bother my eyes after several hours and I end up taking it out and tossing it. I sure wish my lasic surgery would've lasted longer, grrrr.
I have both.
And my contacts are bifocal contact lenses. My glasses are progressive.
I've worn glasses since 2nd grade, so am vain enough to put up with contacts.

I can wear the contacts for 8-10 hours without even noticing. After that, I enjoy my glasses in the evening.
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Wow you Ladies get moving early!

Day Off for me today just sipping my first coffee at 1100.

Great start to this monday for me. I took the advice and dropped my totall cals I guess more portion control aimed for 75 grams of protein and let the other macros come along for the ride.

said a quick before stepping on the scale and 299.00000 jumped off and stepped back on to be sure it wasnt a false read on the old digital scale and 299.000

Thanks Ladies!
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Wow you Ladies get moving early!

Day Off for me today just sipping my first coffee at 1100.

Great start to this monday for me. I took the advice and dropped my totall cals I guess more portion control aimed for 75 grams of protein and let the other macros come along for the ride.

said a quick before stepping on the scale and 299.00000 jumped off and stepped back on to be sure it wasnt a false read on the old digital scale and 299.000

Thanks Ladies!

WOW Jim! Go you!
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Day Off for me today just sipping my first coffee at 1100.

Great start to this monday for me. I took the advice and dropped my totall cals I guess more portion control aimed for 75 grams of protein and let the other macros come along for the ride.

said a quick before stepping on the scale and 299.00000 jumped off and stepped back on to be sure it wasnt a false read on the old digital scale and 299.000

Thanks Ladies!
yes, some of us, a lot of lowcarbers have found they have to limit protein to lose. Some can make up for it with added good fats to fill them up, some can't, if you google nutritional ketosis you will find some formulas to help you find the right percentages of each to shoot for
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Wow you Ladies get moving early!

Day Off for me today just sipping my first coffee at 1100.

Great start to this monday for me. I took the advice and dropped my totall cals I guess more portion control aimed for 75 grams of protein and let the other macros come along for the ride.

said a quick before stepping on the scale and 299.00000 jumped off and stepped back on to be sure it wasnt a false read on the old digital scale and 299.000

Thanks Ladies!
Nice sleep-in! Its interesting all the different time zones we have here.
Congrats for breaking into the 200's! Hope that was just one of those "markers" that gets you stuck... we all have them, seems very common on the significant places.
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Way to go Jim!!!! Two-ter-ville has a new resident!!

Judy, my problem is I've always had eagle eye vision my whole life. I could see things NOBODY could see, lol. I certainly impressed a driver's license examiner one time. Sooooooo, when I started working on computers and had lots of eye strain (and when I turned 40+, ugh) my reading vision started to slip a bit. My distance is still very good. I started off with prog lenses, then mono vision contact, in one eye. Then lasix surgery for monovision. Sort of. They do a tweak thing with both eyes. That was perfect for about 4-5 years and then the reading vision started slipping a bit again. It's still ok in great light but if I don't have perfect light I need readers or a contact in or something. I also have dry eye so the contacts aren't always comfortable. I'm wearing one right now though that feels pretty darn good. So we'll see how long it lasts before I'm ripping it out of my eye and throwing it out the window. Which is what I did the other day after only 2 hours with another one I was trying. I'll finally get it settled; it's just a pain in the rear and I'm so picky, vain and sensitive. Lol.
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Hi!
I picked up Merlin and he's home chilling in his crate.
A friend is coming to walk at 4 - he may go with us . . .

Sandy - I wish I'd had such good vision!!
I'm like Judy - glasses in 2nd grade and contacts since age 14.
I have bi-focal contacts with a ring all the way around, so they're not weighted.
I'm getting mine tweaked (again) and can hopefully get rid of the cheaters - I hate wearing glasses over my contacts!

Love the "Labratick"!!!


Jim - congrats!!!! You're on a roll now!

Carolyn - did you have a fun morning??
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Have to take this bucketload of steroids and antibiotics daily until Saturday, hopefully then I can start feeling less sick to my tummy and start to resume normal activity. See ENT again Friday for follow up.

Did get a load of sheets in washer and DH will help put them back on. Maybe another load of his shirts later on.
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Uh Buffy!! Didn't the Dr say to do NOTHING! No Housework??? Do I have to come down there???? Yes, I'm sure just being off the steroids will help some. With those high doses you really feel yucky!! Is the swelling going down?
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Uh Buffy!! Didn't the Dr say to do NOTHING! No Housework??? Do I have to come down there???? Yes, I'm sure just being off the steroids will help some. With those high doses you really feel yucky!! Is the swelling going down?
Where's that "finger-wagging" emoticon???

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Lol, thanks for the care ladies, so tired of doing nothing!

And yes, the swelling has gone way down and the redness around it, now about the size of a medium egg.
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