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  • v PANFRIEDTROUT

    stopped by to say "hi" .... hope everything is OK in your life & that I see you soon back in SparkLand.

    Marie
    2314 days ago
  • v PINKSWOOP
    HI Zaemom,

    I was dusting my bookshelves this weekend and came across an author I like that you may enjoy too. Her name is Phillipa Gregory and she writes historical fiction. She has a whole series on the Tudors and the War of the Roses that is fantastic. She takes events in history and writes a story around them. I have read them all and love them!!
    2387 days ago
  • v PANFRIEDTROUT
    I just read your blog about Poppet .... LoL, as the "mom" of an 8 month old Great Pyrenees puppy I understand totally where you're coming from.

    They definitely make you burn more calories than might otherwise!

    Hope you're having a good weekend! Marie
    2396 days ago
  • v PINKSWOOP
    Hi Zaemom. You are my first friend on spark people since I have rejoined. I really enjoyed your poppet blog. That is one cute puppy. My sister has pit bulls too so I know how sweet they can be. I saw you liked the Tudors show. I have been dying to watch that, I am glad to hear it is good. Great job on the 5k. That is about the time I am at too. Good luck on losing your weight!
    2399 days ago
  • v VEGIBIKER
    Walking a 51# dog SURE IS strength training!! I used a hollow dog-toy called a Kong - filled with my dog's favorite foods (in Phoebe's case - beef jerky bits and peanut butter) - and I'd hold the leash in one hand - across my body in back (very hard for even a 45# dog to pull against my whole body weight) - and hold the Kong out in front of her with my other hand. That makes it sound complicated - but it's a common technique. When she quit paying attention to the Kong - I took it away - until the next walk. That Kong with that mix of her favorite treats was only for walks. It made for some short walks on bad days - but the amazing treat-packed Kong plus a prong-collar really made the difference. (I had to use some kind of device to immediately limit her ability to pull as I'd injured both shoulders in 6 months) ... anyway - you'll figure it out. Good luck!!
    2401 days ago
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