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Old 11-19-2013, 10:39 AM   #871
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Thanks Lisa! I needed to hear that -- I was feeling really sad about the whole thing. I got a beautiful Burberry jacket for my birthday last September in a size 12. I think those jackets run big -- they are the quilted jackets that you can wear with jeans and look really put together. It almost fits. Like if I lose 5-10 pounds, it will fit perfectly.

Most days I am fine with low carb -- love the eating, the energy and the benefits of eating real whole foods. Then other days I get impatient -- I want to be thin, like, now which is so unrealistic. I get very childish about wanting immediate results when I know better than that. I also get a little envious of all the young skinny minnies in my office (and normally I adore them and don't feel any jealousy) who can eat bagels, scones, cupcakes and cookies all day and still remain slim. I know: life ain't fair and I have more blessings than most so those ugly feelings I have need to be extinguished.
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Gail, I totally understand where you are coming from.. I am a lot like that myself, wanting to see results NOW.. but then I think well, maybe if it's slow going I won't have the excess skin and it will tighten/shrink as I lose weight. That is the only thought that keeps me from getting really depressed when I see no scale movement or even upward movement.

I know I will never be as skinny as I was and I really don't want to be that thin again. But just the thought that losing all this weight is going to take time is frustrating even though I know it took me years to get this overweight. Ugggh... And then having to 'think' about everything I put in my mouth... Like I was wanting to make chocolate or PB cookies for Awanas tomorrow and I am going through recipes and all of them have carbs - just 2 or 4 per cookie which is a lot less than all other cookies. But still why can't there no carb cookies that taste like the real thing?

okay end of my rant.... We can get through this and lose the weight. You will be wearing that jacket in no time. We just have to have patience.
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Old 11-19-2013, 01:17 PM   #873
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Thanks Missy Dee for your sage advice! Patience is key on the low carb WOE. Another thing to keep in mind is all of the great health benefits we accrue while eating this way. It is so much more than weight loss, you know?
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Just sending You're beautiful at any size, Gail, but I totally get it. I really really do. Patience is hard, but in the end the only thing we really have in order to get from one point to the other. I am really trying to enjoy the journey this time around, change my attitude, and acknowledging that I am truly doing the best that I can. You got this! Before you know it that jacket will be too big and you'll be needing a brand new one!
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Old 11-19-2013, 05:39 PM   #875
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Awww, Dani, I love you! Great advice from a fellow Virgo. I love your attitude and the strong mindset you have -- which I want to keep first and foremost in my mind too. It just makes sense. Thank you for stopping by -- you made my night. xo to you!
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You guys are the best -- thank you. Today is COLD here in Boston. It is sunny but the wind is wicked and fierce while the temperatures are below 40 degrees. I think we are having a quiche tonight with carmelized onion, gruyere cheese and bacon along with a green salad. I feel like something comforting.

How is everyone doing with their holiday plans? I cannot believe Thanksgiving is just a week away! I have already started Christmas shopping and got a good chunk done already. I hate having that hang over my head. I am hoping that we will get our Christmas tree the weekend after Thanksgiving. I LOVE having a Christmas tree and decorating it. Usually I have matching gold and bronze decorations on the tree but this year, I am thinking of seaside theme (white/blue lights, shell and starfish ornaments, silver tinsel) instead if we can pull that off. Hope everyone is having a good day. xo
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Hey Gail! We are all trying "to hang in there" to get ourselves where we want to be. And we'll do it through good old perseverance!

Sounds like you are on top of Christmas. I started to panic this past weekend when I heard there were only 5 more Saturdays until Christmas! Thanksgiving is really late this year. We do 2 trees. Fancy in the living room (gold/burgundy/green/white lights/green & gold ribbon spirals from the large bow topper) with a train & village underneath. Traditional tree in the family room for the gifts. It is fun to change the tree up, but you have to invest in new decorations! The living room tree is up, but not completely decorated yet. I'll get it finished this weekend.

Your quiche sounds yummy! I'm in a soup mood - really cold here also.
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Susan, Julia and Laura -- thanks for dropping in!

Susan, I am so happy to see you! We will do this - we just have to have patience, faith and persistence like you pointed out. I love Christmas decorating and it sounds like you do too! I like to celebrate fun stuff and bring joy around when you can. I love how you have two trees -- the fancy one and the family one. I think that is perfect. There is something about holiday decor that makes people happier and nicer regardless of their location. Hope you make a nice soup tonight. xo

Julia, I am doing okay. I need to exercise more like you do but diet is going well. I usually don't cheat much but I am a slow loser. I hope to get to size 12-14 by Christmas and I hope that I am on track. I know you are -- you are doing great!

Laura, you are such a lovely lady -- I love your elegant, positive vibe. You are classy like Audrey Hepburn but down home like Reba MacIntyre -- sort of the best of both worlds. I love how you make this board a better place.
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Just droppin' in to say hi! That quiche sounds pretty yummy Gail! I'm doing a fast day today, but will remember it on a normal day!

Not much holiday planning done in our house. It's just the two of us, so we go out of town to our favorite casino hotel for a few days and enjoy ourselves. We don't buy gifts because having fun with each other is our gift to each other. I am one of those people who doesn't like the holiday season since I don't have family (no kids, no sibs, parents gone).. I have a month long pity party. This year I will NOT eat and drink through it to comfort myself, however!!! I will treat myself in other ways.. massage, outings with wonderful girlfriends, etc.

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I haven't even bought my turkey yet, let alone a Christmas present lol. I need to get on that wagon and get my thanksgiving dinner stuff bought! The only thing I have bought was an aluminum roaster pan to make the turkey in!! Usually by now, I have a list already made of gifts I plan on giving. I have Christmas cards signed and ready to mail the day after thanksgiving. I am already thinking about my tree. I haven't jumped on the ball at all this year. I am sure the next week will kick me into high gear
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Gail, my soup came out of a can! But it warmed me up !
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Susan -- LOL! That cracked me up. Hey, if the soup out of a can tastes good and isn't filled with carbs, I am all for it! There are some canned soups that I love -- like Progresso's tomato and basil.

Judy, I love how you and your husband spend the holidays -- that is great -- and casinos are so much fun. Tony and I don't exchange gifts during the holidays either -- instead we pledge to love each other more and have more patience with one another in the coming year - LOL! Somehow it works! Judy, I am sorry about the loss of your family but know that your husband and your girlfriends ARE your family. I am a firm believer that we make our own families as adults and friends count!

Speaking of friends, I remain grateful to know all of you. xo xo xo
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Gail that is so sweet what you and Tony do for Christmas gifts! My Tony is not big on gifts like my ex was, LOL We have our trip to Vegas to look forward to, I told the kids lets not have gifts and promise to love each other more and have more patience and they looked at me like I had 2 heads, LOL!!!!

I am so ready for Christmas I am starting to decorate this weekend! I have to shop, Dec is busy with going to NYC one weekend and Tony and Autumn have birthdays in early Dec so it is piling up!

I am not losing but staying the same sort of ticks me off but at least I am not stuffing in junk so that makes me feel a little more in control!!!!

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Amber -- LOL! Kids love gifts and they should get them -- Christmas is a big deal when you are young. I love that you guys are going to Vegas and I think that is a wonderful gift. Don't you love decorating? I love Christmas shopping too as crazy as that sounds. You will start losing soon -- don't worry, have faith and patience!

Today is our Thanksgiving celebration at work. We go nearby to this fabulous four star restaurant on the water and the food is incredible. Unfortunately it is a Thanksgiving buffet that is very carb heavy so I will stick to turkey and whatever vegetable I can find. Last year it was turkey, stuffing, potatoes, squash, rolls, gravy and one vegetable, I think it was spinach. And of course tons of different desserts -- boo! Our culture needs to wake up and at least make some parts of Thanksgiving healthy. I mean, you can still have all of the traditional food but lets have two or three healthy sides like green beans, brussel sprouts, sauteed spinach or roasted cauliflower.

Sorry for my rant! Hopefully I will be good today. It is always awkward eating with a group of people and you know they are looking at your plate and wondering why you are eating a certain way. I don't care -- I'm on a low carb mission and I ain't turning back now! Have an awesome day ladies! xo xo xo
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I am okay with ONE meal as a celebration. But we don't stick to just that, do we? We have multiple celebrations and that's where the trouble creeps in. Because I work retail, I work Thanksgiving day (no customers, but cleaning the store and kiln work) and so many people are wanting to bring me a plate. No! Thank you but no! I don't need the temptation!
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Stay strong today Gail! You can do it!

My DH had a Thanksgiving celebration at work yesterday also. He came home so completely stuffed and did not want dinner. When I worked, we did not celebrate Thanksgiving as a work group. When did all this start? We simply said "Happy Thanksgiving" and prepared our big meal at home! I think the food industry has over promoted "celebrations" to get the country to spend more $$$$$$$$$ just like all the other industries out there. Think about it....we eat too much because we have so many options out there.

We need a new trend "Thanksfasting".........I crack me up !

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Susan, you crack me up too! I totally agree with you. All this emphasis on food is just to get us to buy more food from food manufacturers and most of it is NOT good for you. I love the idea of Thanksfasting -- maybe we don't eat as much but we show more gratitude for what we have. Giving thanks is what the holiday is all about.

Of course, I am a tiny bit of a hypocrite here because earlier I confessed my love of holiday shopping. I do like to buy gifts for people so I am terribly consumerist which is not a good quality. Oh well. Live and learn!

Julia, I hope you will get to enjoy at least part of the holiday. Will you celebrate after work at all? I know you are crazy busy and I am sure that day after Thanksgiving is nuts for you -- that is when everyone goes all out for holiday shopping.
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Oh Gail and all of you other strong people! Good for you! Send some of that magic "just say no" potion over here! I just have such trouble keeping away from the no-no's.. That's why I am hoping the 5:2 will work for me long-term! I can say NO 2 days a week.. but not more.. LOL

Yes, Thanksgiving is a great occasion for us all to be grateful for all that we have. We (as in the world) are just so use to celebrating everything with food. In my lifetime that isn't going to change, so I need to adapt. Besides, no one likes a great celebration with food and drink better than me!

I have a fun-filled day planned with a wine luncheon during the day and dinner out at night. I will try to eat like a normal person since it's a normal (vs fasting) day.. but, 2 meals out is a toughie.. We'll see how it goes!

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Judy, you are doing great! I think you will be fine over Thanksgiving -- your plan sounds really good.

I barely ate anything during our Thanksgiving lunch today so I made it! And trust me I was surrounded by a ton of food. They had ten different kinds of pie too -- apple cinnamon, pumpkin, blueberry, lemon meriengue, peach, pecan, chocolate pecan, chocolate cream, peach raspberry and coconut cream pies. Good Lord!
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My children informed me last night that they would like for me to make coconut cream and banana cream pie for thanksgiving. Thank goodness I am making more pumpkin bake, and that is simply delicious!!
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Oh Lisa, Linda Sue's Pumpkin Bake recipe is a gift from the low carb gods. She is a genius. It smells so good and taste so good -- without sugar. Glad you found it. And also glad that you are making other pies for your beautiful sons. You are strong and won't get tempted so you can indulge your sons on a holiday. Great move. xo
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I was doing the shopping last night for the dinner and I was just looking at everything in the store and it is non stop junk, every corner!!! I decided to at least make some healthier sides fresh green beans, and a spinach gratin, I had to say to the green bean casserole the family loves it but it is so gross, I cant bear to make it! LOL But I saw people buying stuff and I was like man that is going to be a sad Thanksgiving dinner! Everything processed!

We plugged in the spare fridge in the garage now I cant park in there, ughghg!!! But I needed more space!

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Gail, you did Wonderful in the face of all that temptation, WTG! I am pretty much done finally with Christmas shopping. I always go get last minute things, but who doesn't. Now I just have to sort it all out and start wrapping. Still haven't really started decorating the home - will do that the weekend after TG.
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Good for you Gail! I couldn't have done it.. I went overboard on my normal day yesterday (but had a very fun day), so will carry through on my plan to moderate today - somewhere between fasting level and normal.. I just have to say NO to idle weekend snacking and too much wine!

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Hi Ladies, I hope everyone is having a great Sunday. It is COLD here and the wind is bitter. We are going to have a late brunch as our one meal of the day -- eggs, spicy sausage and Carb Quick low carb biscuits are on the menu.

Yesterday, I made the best chicken satay -- so good -- I have to share the recipe. Buy cut up boneless/skinless chicken breast and marinate them in 1/2 cup coconut milk, one clove of chopped garlic, one teaspoon of Splenda brown sugar, one and a half teaspoons of curry powder, salt and pepper for at least two hours (some do overnight, I did two hours and it came out great). Then cook them on the grill for 4 minutes or until they are done. These are delish. We had these with a peanut sauce. To make that, you blend one cup of coconut milk, one tablespoon of curry powder, 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter, 1/4 cup Splenda brown sugar and simmer those in a saucepan for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add one teaspoon of soy sauce and two and a half teaspoons of fresh lime juice.

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Your chicken satay recipe and your brunch menu sound delicious! Making me hungry! We have some Bacon Steak or Steak Bacon to cook up today. Really thick bacon - never had it before. We're thinkin' BLT's for dinner..

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Sounds Great Gail ! You are such a good cook Tony is lucky lol ! What brand of coconut milk do you use ? I've never bought it because i heard some are yucky....

hope you have a great day ! I need to get ready for work. i'm in denial that I have to go..
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