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Thoughts on ThanksGiving...

Thursday, November 19, 2009

I don't want you all to think that my absence around here is bad.
I have been happily maintaining... My weight hovers between 140-145 depending on water weight, moon phase, exertion, whatever... ;) So, I am quite pleased that my 80lb weight loss has been holding.
I have found me a supportive, active, loving man who keeps me on the go. Now that the running season is more or less over (at least outside) we are exploring spinning and rock climbing in preparation for next year's exploits.
I have been dancing, and dancing, and dancing - taking a more active role in things at the studio and in my own creativity.
I think of you all often. Without the support that I got here, I would not have been able to achieve what I have... nor would I be living the life that I am now. As Thanksgiving Day approaches I can think of no better time to let you all know that I could not possibly be more grateful for such a terrific support system.
But please forgive me if I don't hang around here too much - I am too busy LIVING!!!
Love and Peace to you All!
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    I can only hope that the rest of your life is filled with such blessing. Yes, we miss you and your wonderful blogs but I know that everyone understands and wants only the best for you.

    You are so right - life is for living! Keep on wringing every drop of happiness you can out of every day.

    3994 days ago

    I'm glad that things are still going well with "Mr. Right." You're lucky to have found someone who shares your passion for living the healthy lifestyle. I've been getting new outside running clothes to try and keep outside if possible. I did have to abandon my bike for the season, but I've join a spin class. I'm sure you can relate at the difficulty spinning poses.

    Have a happy healthy holiday season.
    3995 days ago
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