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Got a question... Can you give me different Medifast recipes of cookies? pls...i need help..tnx..? Looking forward for any answer or 2. My other question... Well it's cold out there boys and girls, so grab your sugar free cocoa and thermal socks and stay by the electric heater as long as you can. It helps to take your bath at night also. Thats what we do here on the mill hill.

Mine is no exception to this rule. This means you could hang meat in there most mornings it's so cold..

I am in agreeance with the young lady who had posted earlier that she is surely gonna freeze to death now. I think I may also be standing in that popcicle line..

I made a good breakfast this morning, but now sit here and struggle to eat it. It is the story of every morning...I will take another bite, wrap it up, and try again in a little while. This is why I am drinking so much milk. But my labs are coming in okay, and they weight is coming off steadily, and I feel okay most of the time. I just can't seem to progress beyond about 2 ounces of Medifast food at a time. the docs have looked at me more than the average bear, and all is in order,everything is passing okay and I have not one time thrown up, so I don't know..

~~sigh~~so is the life..

My floors slope..no...I mean all of them slope in one direction or another...at least just a little. one just a lot...ha ha ha...daddy worries...I laugh like a hyenia. I told him...it leans that way, and I lean this way, (from the stroke,), so I don't notice too much....

Truth be known, I must watch my step coming in the front door. I know it's only a matter of time, before I will hit the ground. When it happens, I will cuss, laugh, and drag my big butt up off the floor and start all over again. simple as that..

I have found a ton of things that belong to my ex-husband. My emotions have been all over the place with this one. Sometimes I wish I could smack him with the giant mag-lite flash light I found that belongs to him. Other times I want to show off what I have done for myself..you know that which he never had.


That I could do..

Mostly I don't know how I feel. Torn..used. unloved....

Grateful that it is over but sad that we are not a we...does that make sence? So not the place for all this..

Dusty is doing great, but scared of the furnace. She loves our giant bed. I just wish she would go find something to do and get off my lap for five minutes. can you say needy?.

My yard is full of pin oak leaves so raking is my full time.


This week, and probably next week also. thats okay...it gives me plenty to do...gotta move anyway...might as well get a chore done in the process....

Life on the mill hill...it's not pretty, but it's productive..

Down 163 pounds and counting..

Have a greath day DS family!!!.



Class of '10..

asked May 09 at 03:17

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Ye, although you might want to make sure and wait for another member here to confirm my answer as I am not quite sure. Better yet, why don't you e-mail the Medifast guys because they can give you an answer better...

answered May 09 at 04:29

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I can relate to your life on the mill hill. My husband and I bought and lived in an authentic hand hewn log house from the turn of the century. now it had been vacant for years before we bought it and it needed fixing. totally wood.


And with winters up here in canada you know how that was. no insulation in the floors that leaned just like yours. lol.

Anyhow I was thinking that at least if you fall now your but isn't as big to pull up off the floor!!!!.

And congrats to you. both for weight loss and for taking control of your life. we don't have to rely on others all the time..


answered May 09 at 04:53

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Glad you got your own home and doing good..


answered May 09 at 06:09

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Gotta love the mill hill. the one place in life where we never knew we were without, so much love on the hill. And yes the bathroom is on the back porch, Elizabeth, just turn the oven on in the kitchen and open the door.that always helps. sounds like life on the hill in NC is very much like life on the hill in SC. and they have not changed in the 30 some odd years I have been gone. Mill Hill houses originated from the cotton textile mills buying houses so the workers would have a place near the mill to live.

Life there was so less complicated...

answered May 09 at 07:18

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Hey Elizabeth: Glad you are all moved in and nesting. Maybe a little space heater would help with the bathroom temp.....

Re: your husband's old stuff...Loss of a loved one is tough to deal with, and may be a little harder when the loved one just walked away. Your heart will eventually stretch a bit to more comfortably accommodate the grief you feel. But the grief will always be there. It just gets a bit more comfortable over time..

I'm thinking now that with the emerging, fabulous Elizabeth, there may be new love somewhere in your future. Maybe think about that a bit...

answered May 09 at 08:24

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You should write a book..." Life on the Mill Hill" has such a cute ring to it..

Im glad you've finally got your own place. Im sure it'll make all the difference. Just you and Dusty baby.....must be nice :).

Oh. and forget about loser, jerk face (bleepidy bleep bleeper) You are SOOOO better without him. His loss. You are way too amazing to be brought down by (see above discription)..


Things get easier on the GBS front. I know you'll always come out on top. Missed you!..

answered May 09 at 08:51

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Hey Elizabeth I am no stranger to the " Outhouse." When I was going with my husband(.


), we went to visit his grand parents way back when and low and behod they didn't have an indoor toilet-yes I can say COLD. But I am glad to see you back on here. As for your ex, just.


Your heart open, cause honey you are a beautiful person inside and working on the outside (a Work In Progress). Even with any aftermath from the stroke, someone I believe is gonna look past all that to see the real you for who you really are. If we all love you(nice personality included) Then when karma opens that door for you be ready-cause you deserve to be really happy again...

answered May 09 at 09:00

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Well the mag-lite flashlight will come in handy if your electricity goes off so it's yours now not his. Just think of it as a bonus and all the other stuff that is yours now if you don't need it sell it. He must not be missing it that bad if he hasn't notice it by now. I am glad you are in your house and doing well. I.


The floors don't bother you too bad. Great job on the weight loss!..

answered May 09 at 09:39

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I agree with Carlybug, that mag light is a bonus.:)..

answered May 09 at 11:18

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You can paint a picture with your words young lady!.

Luvin you Lu.

You make me smile!..

answered May 09 at 11:48

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