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You’re Welcome

September 30, 2010

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This video doesn’t have anything to do with anything, and has no relevance in my life right now.  But somehow, I thought about it.  Over and over.  All day. Advertisements

What I Meant To Say

September 29, 2010

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I guess I’m primarily a fiction writer.  I was a winner of the NaNoWriMo contest when I did it a couple of years ago. NaNoWriMo is short for National Novel Writing Month, and it is held every November.  In essence you have the month of November (30 days) in which to write 50,000 words (the […]

Football. I Don’t Get It.

September 27, 2010

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We all seem to automatically assume that people like the same things we like and that everyone (naturally) thinks the same way we do. Some people have the capacity to realize that there are whole different lifestyles out there that aren’t the same as theirs and some people can’t seem to envision how to do […]

Getting Out There

September 23, 2010

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If I wanted to, I could sleep in, but I’m glad that worry forces me out of bed and makes me compulsively surf the net looking for solutions to all my worrisome questions.  With about 234 million websites out there, surely one will have the answers I’m looking for!  The search continues… I  find the […]

Hat Couture

September 21, 2010

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I’ve mentioned before how much I hate shopping, but my Mom had to go buy some clothes, so I went with her to a nearby mall.  Since getting cancer and doing chemo, she had lost her hair and needed a hat, and she had lost weight and a couple of pant sizes, so none of […]

You Call That Food?

September 16, 2010

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I’m currently trying to lose weight, and so I’m counting all the calories I’m eating using a program of Sparkpeople’s (there is information about it on my last post, called “Sparkpeople – it’s a website that has oodles and oodles of diet, exercise and health advice). The reason I mention Sparkpeople is that I was […]

Sparkpeople

September 14, 2010

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The weight loss journey of a thousand miles must begin with one step-so set your pedometers. My mom has remarked that we have both eaten our way through her chemotherapy, and she is right.   We made it a whole “thing” to share food during the chemotherapy sessions, and while my mom needed the calories, it […]