kandi3570 wrote: »
So now to figure how to favorite this thread so I can find it again more easily.
debbiewsharpe wrote: »
This was my Mollie, we had her for 161/2 years. She was pitched out of a truck into a nearby swamp, Larry just happened to ride by and see her. At the time we were talking about getting another pet but had not totally decided. He walked through the back door with this little puppy in his arms and said "I think I have found what we need." It was love at first sight for both of us. She rode with him in the truck everywhere he went from then on. She curled up with me on the couch every night. We haven't had the heart to get another pet yet.
xX_PhoenixRising_Xx wrote: »
I don't have a dog - what does it mean if my cat is fat? 🤣
KUMEcyclingteam wrote: »
It means you and I need to get them into MYKITTNESSPALS ASAP and start tracking their calories! LOL This is my 18 lb Maine Coon "Ricko"
kiane50 wrote: »
Today was 9 hr work day followed by cleaning up after pets followed by practice for orchestra. Some thoughts include, if you want to be good at something you need to practice. This is a reminder to myself. Another thought, congrats to all those that are taking this weight loss journey. You are the ones that will change your destiny and get off the blood pressure meds and insulin and everything else that obesity causes like heart disease diabetes and cancer just to name a few. Something else I’m thinking about today, there is more to life than my next meal. It’s kind of nice to feel that way.
pacsnc6 wrote: »
Hi, I'm Patsy, 68 years old today, retired medical secretary with two grown kids and two grandkids. My daughter's birthday is Friday so we are going out for lunch today. She is a teacher so I let her choose the time to match her schedule. She is doing virtual classes still.
I was not overweight as a child, in the 60s everyone was skinny - just thought we were fat! I weighed less that 100 pounds until I had my babies and then only 105. I put on all the extra pounds starting in my 40s but was told not to worry about a few pounds a year. I was always really healthy until last March - yes right at the beginning of the Covid scare in the US - when I was diagnosed with a very rare liver cancer. My symptoms were the same as being eight months pregnant with a big baby that wants out! Really felt weird at age 67.
I had 4 months of chemo before changing to an immunotherapy drug. I have felt amazingly good through this ordeal - better appetite than ever, more energy than usual, a few aches and pain is really my only complaint. My next scan is next week so I am hoping to hear good news this time. My doctor wants me to try an maintain my weight or at least not gain or lose a lot right now. I would like to drop another 15 pounds at some point so I will keep trying to lose it slowly.
ljdanny wrote: »
Yesterday I went to have my covid test. That has to be the worst test ever. Little kids at my school have had it done, they are so brave, lol. I told one boy today that I cried and he laughed at me. Then I had to have blood taken and that took 2 nurses because they couldn't find my veins, I even drank water before I went. I looked like a pin cushion. I have been so busy trying to get things ready around my house. Tonight I'm taking my last zumba class for a while, that makes me sad. I'm hoping this surgery works. I'm also trying to get in all my steps at the beginning of the week because I wont have any at the end of week.
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