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Posted: 26 Nov 2007, 17:12
Hey! I'm new to the website and am learning how it all works. I have no buddies and am just kind of winging it at this point. My goal is to lose 10 lbs. by Xmas. I am diligent in my exercise and have fairly healthy eating habits. I just need to watch my portion control! I'm unsure of how the buddy thing works, but I'll give it a shot if anyone out there wants to "buddy up". Best of luck and thanks in advance for your support!Smile

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Posted: 09 Dec 2007, 17:28
Fly high, and if you need support, join in on the fun by watchin' the Red Ridin'Ropers win the pound drop run!
Come on, Let's get going.

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Posted: 09 Dec 2007, 18:17
Kerri, I'm new here too and wouldn't mind being your buddy but after reading your profile I'm not sure I would be the best fit for you. I will be 42 on Fri. so we have that in common but it looks like you mostly need to focus on exercise and I need to focus on my eating habits too.

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Posted: 13 Dec 2007, 10:35
Hi Kerri! Welcome to the site! It sounds like you are on the right track. Feel free to add me as your buddy if you would like!

Petra, you don't have to have everything in common with someone. You may be able to share ideas, encouragment and friendship with anyone! As well as getting that in return! I would love to add you to my buddy list as well!

Have a great day!
Vicky ^i^
"For a trim figure, share your food with the hungry."

From the poem "Time Tested Beauty Tips" by Sam Levenson

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