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    Just checking in on your progress with KETO. If you’re hungry EAT. Check out Dr Eric Westman on Yourube for his advice to a new set of patients on #keto. Hugs!
    1155 days ago
    You're very interesting. I like your blogs.
    1483 days ago
  • v AUTIEJ
    I love that mug too! It was my Christmas gift from my daughter. She got it at Rue 21
    1653 days ago
  • v AUTIEJ
    I don't take your compliments in a stalkerish way. Compliments are the rare gems in one's day, and I appreciate them. Now, that said, if you ever show up at my house with an axe or boil one of my pets, we may have to delve deeper into the issues... As for my knee... All my life, at least since my late teens, when I go up and down stairs, my knees - left worse than rigth - have sounded like velcro ripping apart, to the point where others can hear it from across the room. Walking around at 300+ pounds for most of my adult life did little to help that. I didn't have much pain that I felt, because I never moved, but when I did try to move, I didn't have good mobility there. I still have issues with my left knee, and I would attribute that to age and also the fact that I likely did a lot of damage for being heavy for so long. It doesn't hurt, but sometimes I'm almost afraid to put weight on it, so going up and down stairs or up and down inclines while hiking is quite the hilarious-looking experience. I don't really have pain, but I never really did have much, and my weight loss has helped many things (like, I don't run out of breath so fast anymore, and I can shave my legs more safely since I can actually see them now), but it will not heal everything. Every day, we age, and our weight has taken a toll too. Still, I'm feeling better at 46 than I have since I was 33, my frozen shoulder that struck me mysteriously last year seems to be settling down, and I can rather confidently say my backside doesn't look like two overstuffed bags of marbles in my spandex leggings anymore! Weight loss will not heal everything, but the alternative will just continue rusting you out faster than you deserve. Keep at it, my friend. (And not to be gross, but how many calories are in a boiled bunny?)
    1720 days ago
  • v AUTIEJ
    The remarkable thing about that "You'd be the star of Comic Con" compliment I got is that I, myself, am not really as much part of, uh.... those people as it seems. I only started liking Who a year or so ago, because my daughter was way into it (as part of the Millennial fandom supported in full by stores like Hot Topic, which was, irronically, where the Tardis dress was initially, though I got it on Ebay for cheap). I grew up in the 70s, so of course I am a Star Wars purist (meaning I loathe all things Darth Maul and all remakes and add-ins on the originals), but I actually only like the Wrath of Kahn and the Tribbles on Star Trek and am definitely not a fan of anything having to do with comics. In fact, I despise all things superhero, so it's funny that the Comic Con folks would like me in blue hair! I just happen to have a major crush on David Tennant, and I find Daleks adorable. I've always had a thing for bad, uh...boys. :D
    1727 days ago
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