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  • I’ll have to check out the Ten Pound Losers. Of course, in my case it is more like 20-30 pound loser, but baby steps, baby steps!

  • Great description, semi-motivated. My friend’s 9-yr-old daughter recently asked if I’m getting taller, because the skirt I was wearing used to be longer. Um. No. And it didn’t shrink, but it was designed to sit low on the hips, and now it sits way of high at the waist.

  • IF I join the “Ten Pound Losers” five times do I lose Fifty pounds?

  • I want to be the Biggest Ten Pound Loser!

  • OK, and don’t take this the wrong way, but Merle’s font is making me think of Spongebob. Love the song, but I keep thinking he lives in a pineapple, under the sea.
    xoxo Kay

  • So happy to see Merle getting some serious love from the PBS folks!

  • LOVE IT!!!

  • No need to mourn carbs. Check out “The Starch Solution”. I’m 22 lbs lighter and counting.

  • Loved the Fiscal Cliff video and song. Clever folks.
    Good luck on the 10 pounds. You can do it!
    Am deep into your novel, Ann. WOW, what a great read. Thank you, thank you.

  • Just great, thanks!
    BTW… MSNBC this morning is running a constant headline: Fiscal Cliff Diving.

  • Have lost 20 on weight watchers (sans meetings) since March…awesome program and check out skinnytaste…great recipes and she posts the ww points with each.

  • Oh, you Shaynes SLAY ME. I love Merle Hazard’s latest. What a great way to start my day. Now I need to see you and Kay singing “Pardon Me, I Didn’t Knit That for You” in animated form.

  • I’m all about juicing these days! Requires lots of rinsing out the juicer and throwing away the mush right away and you DO feel kind of out of it until you remember that you haven’t had anything to eat for a few days, but once you start eating a little bit of solid protein with some crunchy vegs maybe twice a day between the liquid kale and lemon and parsley and raspberries and carrots and whatnot, you’re going to be feeling all sorts of lighter and that donut thing around your middle will disappear just like the book says.

  • I just lost 10 pounds, and promptly fell on an uneven sidewalk and fractured both my ankle and my fifth metatarsal. Now I just have to try to keep them off – not easy when you can’t move around a lot. Good luck with your endeavor!

  • Having read this I had, of course, to check out the Taylor Swift song you referred to… never mind the song, I want the wallpaper!!!!