Posted on: Feb 6, 2009 02:44 PM, edited Nov 8, 2012 06:16 PM by rumoret
So you worry then what?
The day is here...LIVE!
Smile, cry, laugh, scream, mourn, exercise and breathe.....then what?
Pick one foot up and move forward...
Pamper yourself and don't waste one precious moment!
Play with little children, become one again, go swing...on a swing...baby!
Enjoy family and friends, enjoy good food and drinks with them.
Inhale the fresh air and give all of them a big bear hug from you!
Never say Never....
Explore the idea of doing something you're fearful of.
Say...I LOVE you and mean it, otherwise it is just another Four-Letter-Word.
When one door closes........open another.........life continues.......don't miss the train.
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Apr 11, 2012 09:03 PM blondiex46 wrote:
Yea Shiela and no OCF...made scrapple and eggs...
Apr 11, 2012 10:30 PM Judy67 wrote:
TOL!! Sorry I've been offline for so long. Hope everyone is doing great. Sheila, glad you made appt. with new Dr. Hope you like him/her. What does the "O" in OCF stand for? Hope everyone is doing well tonight.
Apr 11, 2012 11:27 PM, edited Apr 11, 2012 11:28 PM by sheila888-â™¥
Maybe I should make the Oncologist appointment before i get the referral on the 26.
Do i need one? I meant referral.
Everything is so different.
Thank You All. sometimes i need little pushing.
Apr 12, 2012 12:17 PM chrisct wrote:
Ha ha - Easter meal - ate that for 3 days. Don't want turkey for a while...
Guess what! I made fish last night! (tilapia) After eating turkey and gravy and potatoes and stuffing for 3 days - felt I needed to be more healthy. And my family didn't complain! It's a miracle. I had salad with it so DS tried the fish with salad dressing and said it wasn't bad. Hey, whatever gets it in his body. Now I have to experiment with different kinds of fish and different preparations. I should probably stick with mild fish. I did buy a lemon/pepper bread crumb mix - it was kind of strong and they still didn't complain. I'll have to see if this was just a one-time thing or whether I can actually incorporate fish into my "meal plan." They are probably as sick of the food I make as I am, so maybe they are desperate enough to start eating fish.
So, if anyone has any mild fish recipes they want to share, that would help me out a lot. DD even commented that she had some salmon at a buffet recently and she liked it. So I guess salmon will be next... Preparation tips, anyone?
Apr 12, 2012 12:50 PM chrisct wrote:
lol - I've made salmon before - a few times... Kids were younger. Maybe their palates are maturing. Or they are sick of me complaining about them complaining... they'd rather just eat the food than listen to me warn them not to complain about it.
I read in a parenting magazine years ago where a mother was asked, "What's for supper?" And her response was, "Yuck, I hate that," since that was the response she would often get from her kids about what she was serving. I use that on many occasions.
Apr 12, 2012 12:58 PM Makratz wrote:
DH tried tialpi and liked it. He has NEVER liked fish. He has lost 58 pounds and is trying all kinds of new things. I don't like tilapi, not sure why. Tonight we are having haddock. He gets home from his trip tonight. Cant wait to see him!
Apr 12, 2012 02:51 PM chrisct wrote:
Have a nice night with DH. From pix I've seen of him, he didn't look like he had 58 lbs to lose...
I have put my weight back on that I lost last fall and kept off after surgery. Back to the drawing board...
Apr 12, 2012 03:28 PM Makratz wrote:
It's frustrating, isn't it Chris. DH joins gym and diets and loses 58 pounds. Now weights about 145. I do the same thing and don't lose any weight. The only good thing I have to say about it is I feel more toned. I really enjoy lifting weights. You need to come to my gym Chris, we can work out together. Then we can have martinis and lunch after!
Apr 12, 2012 03:36 PM chrisct wrote:
LOL - martinis and lunch- I'd end up gaining weight! DH weighs 145! Wow. That sounds like what my father used to weigh when he did Slimfast and went to the gym. He would say, "I'm down to ### (whatever the number was)," and I'd say, "Me too!" He laughed. He didn't know I was serious... I now weigh more than my father and I'm ~5 inches shorter than he is... so sad... Of course, he watches what he eats, plays golf, and goes to the gym 3x/wk. I eat ice cream, cookies, cake, and chocolate. But now I eat fish and salad like my TOL friends...
Apr 12, 2012 04:09 PM sheila888-â™¥ wrote:
Linda...you can shed lots of calories when DH returns home tonight.
Send the kids to a sleepover. hahahahahahahahahaaaaaaa
So chris you want to talk about fish....lemon and fresh parsley goes well with any fish..............
Apr 12, 2012 05:01 PM Makratz wrote:
Sheila, what took you so long??? We will be watching the Bruins in the Playoffs.
I don't really go out to lunch and martinis after the gym, but I would like too! Thats funny about your Dad Chris. I was saying the samething to my DH. Evertime he would tell me he lost 5 pounds and is down to 170, I would say, me too! LOL!
Having fish tonight too, got some Cod. Love Cod! Welcome to our fish club CHris!