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Surviving the holidays

Sunday, December 15, 2013

emoticon Well I've been pondering this and I don't think it will be too difficult as I have but one Xmas open house to attend so will plan to eat lightly for breakfast and then this is mid-afternoon so will make good choices and small portions. Very doable. I will also continue to exercise and be sure to get my strength training in as well to keep me focused. This round of BLC is coming to an end and I have lost a bit and would like to keep it off between rounds as well so I must keep at it. Have enjoyed this round as well. Looking forward to BLC24!

Xmas eve my DH and I have started a new tradition of donating blood. There is blood drive downtown that day and we have appointments for first thing so it is fun and festive and giving a little bit back to help those that might need it.

Happy Holidays!!! emoticon

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    2537 days ago
  • LINDA!
    Good for you and hubby for donating blood....a way to help others.
    2538 days ago
    2538 days ago
    Great idea! Sadly at this time of year with alcohol fuelled drivers causing accidents supplies are low and greatly needed.

    I'd like to hope this year people are less selfish and think before they drink and drive emoticon
    2538 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/16/2013 2:56:41 AM
    Love the idea of donating blood....just wish I could. emoticon They don't "like" mine! I know that you have determination and emoticon Can we do a few challenges (steps) during the holidays? emoticon

    I hope that you and Gary have a very Blessed Christmas! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2539 days ago
  • no profile photo CD11171223
    Love the idea of giving blood on Christmas Eve. I just gave a few days ago.
    2539 days ago
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