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  • jessdiiartejessdiiarte Posts: 4Member Member Posts: 4Member Member
    Yesssss ADD ME!! 😎
  • superjohn71superjohn71 Posts: 19Member Member Posts: 19Member Member
    48 (gosh, when did that happen?) here, always happy to be added by people, especially those who are trying to get fit as well as loose weight.
  • menonag123menonag123 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    Hi am new here. Been on keto past 3 months. Lost 8 kgs of weight. Now am stuck at 70 kgs. Any suggestions on breaking this plateau.....☺
  • SarahLHarris83SarahLHarris83 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    Hey everyone I’m Sarah, I’ll be 37 on May 8, and I’m new. Looking forward to getting to know everyone in this group, please feel free to add me! 🙂
  • bmeadows380bmeadows380 Posts: 1,539Member Member Posts: 1,539Member Member
    AliNouveau wrote: »
    AliNouveau wrote: »
    kimber0607 wrote: »
    Hey old timers

    what a day...running around doing errands/appts...for those who aren't aware of my eye problems..they are itching like crazzzyyyyyyy,,,,,but they don't look too bad..so who knows what's going on?!

    My 2 teen agers and plotting their Friday night..so looks like ill be a taxi service....might come back here to hang out

    have a good one!!

    Those darn eye problems. Blame the teenagers!!!

    We woke up to another furnace issue. The pump was broken so after that was repaired we went to the science centre since the boy had a day off today. Tomorrow we're supposed to get a snowstorm. It's a wintry weekend

    I'll take snow any day - down here in eastern WV, we're under a freezing rain warning for tomorrow. Snow I can handle; ice I want nothing to do with, especially freezing rain that coats everything!

    Ugh freezing rain is the absolute worst. It's so dangerous

    The good news was that they over-shot the forecast, and the temps didn't drop low enough and the rain was slow enough getting here that it was only partially freezing for a small amount of time and then switched to regular rain, so the roads were fine. Which worked out well for me, because I was then able to take my '06 Honda CR-V to Autozone in the county seat 20 miles from my home to get the check engine light code read (because apparently, Walmart garage is unable to do it *rolls eyes*) it just confirmed what I was already suspecting - I need a new thermostat.
  • AliNouveauAliNouveau Posts: 34,693Member Member Posts: 34,693Member Member
    AliNouveau wrote: »
    AliNouveau wrote: »
    kimber0607 wrote: »
    Hey old timers

    what a day...running around doing errands/appts...for those who aren't aware of my eye problems..they are itching like crazzzyyyyyyy,,,,,but they don't look too bad..so who knows what's going on?!

    My 2 teen agers and plotting their Friday night..so looks like ill be a taxi service....might come back here to hang out

    have a good one!!

    Those darn eye problems. Blame the teenagers!!!

    We woke up to another furnace issue. The pump was broken so after that was repaired we went to the science centre since the boy had a day off today. Tomorrow we're supposed to get a snowstorm. It's a wintry weekend

    I'll take snow any day - down here in eastern WV, we're under a freezing rain warning for tomorrow. Snow I can handle; ice I want nothing to do with, especially freezing rain that coats everything!

    Ugh freezing rain is the absolute worst. It's so dangerous

    The good news was that they over-shot the forecast, and the temps didn't drop low enough and the rain was slow enough getting here that it was only partially freezing for a small amount of time and then switched to regular rain, so the roads were fine. Which worked out well for me, because I was then able to take my '06 Honda CR-V to Autozone in the county seat 20 miles from my home to get the check engine light code read (because apparently, Walmart garage is unable to do it *rolls eyes*) it just confirmed what I was already suspecting - I need a new thermostat.

    Well that's good. We have had snow all day long. It's supposed to be switching to rain right now. I shovelled once. Then did an upper body workout so my shoulder just wasn't up to shoveling again. Hoping the rain melts it away
  • mtaratootmtaratoot Posts: 2,186Member Member Posts: 2,186Member Member
    AliNouveau wrote: »
    AliNouveau wrote: »
    kimber0607 wrote: »
    Hey old timers

    what a day...running around doing errands/appts...for those who aren't aware of my eye problems..they are itching like crazzzyyyyyyy,,,,,but they don't look too bad..so who knows what's going on?!

    My 2 teen agers and plotting their Friday night..so looks like ill be a taxi service....might come back here to hang out

    have a good one!!

    Those darn eye problems. Blame the teenagers!!!

    We woke up to another furnace issue. The pump was broken so after that was repaired we went to the science centre since the boy had a day off today. Tomorrow we're supposed to get a snowstorm. It's a wintry weekend

    I'll take snow any day - down here in eastern WV, we're under a freezing rain warning for tomorrow. Snow I can handle; ice I want nothing to do with, especially freezing rain that coats everything!

    Ugh freezing rain is the absolute worst. It's so dangerous

    The good news was that they over-shot the forecast, and the temps didn't drop low enough and the rain was slow enough getting here that it was only partially freezing for a small amount of time and then switched to regular rain, so the roads were fine. Which worked out well for me, because I was then able to take my '06 Honda CR-V to Autozone in the county seat 20 miles from my home to get the check engine light code read (because apparently, Walmart garage is unable to do it *rolls eyes*) it just confirmed what I was already suspecting - I need a new thermostat.
    Thermostat. Easy and cheap. Oxygen sensor - not so much. Note to self: If you ever DID go to Walmart, don't go anymore. Doesn't apply to me; I don't go there. For anything. Certainly not auto repair. I looked hard to find a good independent mechanic when my last one retired. He is honest and proficient. He charges by actual hours, not book rate. If I ask him to do something and he doesn't think it needs to be done, he tells me. When he gives me the bill, he warns me it might be a lot.... it never is based on what I asked him to do. Ask around; you might find a good independent wrench turner near you closer than 20 miles.

    I am the original owner of a 22 year old Tacoma. I told my mechanic I was looking at new trucks. He told me why I shouldn't. It's not just to support his business, so I believe him. Keeping the old truck!
  • drmwcdrmwc Posts: 302Member, Premium Member Posts: 302Member, Premium Member
    drmwc wrote: »
    The weekend is just about here!

    Have a good one, everyone. I am getting a couple of scuba dives in, assuming the club boat still works and the weather isn't too atrocious.

    The main downside is a 6 a.m. start tomorrow.

    The sea was flat, the sky was blue and the boat worked perfectly. It was cold (by UK standards) ,- just above freezing.

    The dive had a ripping current, was pitch black and at most 20 cm visibility. My buddy reeled off so we wouldn't lose each other. We lasted 20 minutes at 20 metres.

    Obviously, it wasn't a great dive but it was a great day out.
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Posts: 230,546Member Member Posts: 230,546Member Member
    Wassup Middle-agers? Hope you're all having a great weekend. :)
  • bettysboops67bettysboops67 Posts: 15Member Member Posts: 15Member Member
    Yep ..a young at heart 52 year old ready to get going... again!
  • annliz23annliz23 Posts: 672Member Member Posts: 672Member Member
    A successful day planting seeds for the summer hopefully lovely flowers and veg!
  • theglamadventuretheglamadventure Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
    Hi. Add me too.
  • barbsannespraguebarbsannesprague Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    Middle aged, overweight & determined to do something about it!!! Would like to connect with others for support & motivation. Thank you
  • Nicke82Nicke82 Posts: 11Member Member Posts: 11Member Member
    I'm 37 and need all the motivation I can get! Feel free to add me ;)
  • phoenixrising5721phoenixrising5721 Posts: 1,998Member Member Posts: 1,998Member Member
    I'm 44 anyone can add me
  • Christov42Christov42 Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    42, but still feeling young! Fee free to add me.
  • hurstclanhurstclan Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    Looking for accountability friends. M 41 220lbs
  • epangiliepangili Posts: 575Member Member Posts: 575Member Member
    I'm 44 and on the last leg of my weightloss journey to lose 10 lbs per doctor's goal for me. When I started in April I was obese on the Asian American bmi chart. I just found mfp in October. Today, I'm now in the high end of the normal range of the Asian American bmi chart (this was my range from high school to age 34). I'd love some accountability friends to support and encourage so feel free to add me.
  • drmwcdrmwc Posts: 302Member, Premium Member Posts: 302Member, Premium Member
    My weekend was fun. Winter diving is variable, but can be superb.

    edited January 20
  • estherpotter1estherpotter1 Posts: 102Member Member Posts: 102Member Member
    I turn 50 in September.Feel free to add me.
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