jsfantome's Journal, 12 January 2011

Today was Blizzard #2 Day. Live in the NEast Corner of MA...easily 24 or more inches! What a ton of shoveling. But oh so much fun. The dogs went crazy...my husband helped the most...but he did drop me in a snowbank :) Life's moments...what memories are made of! Love.
139.0 lb Lost so far: 66.0 lb.    Still to go: 4.0 lb.    Diet followed reasonably well.

Diet Calendar Entries for 12 January 2011:
1545 kcal Fat: 106.95g | Prot: 119.26g | Carb: 17.07g.   Breakfast: eggland's best eggs (9AM), water (6-10 AM), coffee (8oz) black, bacon (9AM). Lunch: Cabbage, hellman's mayo. Dinner: sirloin steak, shredded cabbage, hellman's mayo, yellow squash, olive oil. more...
1668 kcal Activities & Exercise: Shoveling - 30 minutes, Resting - 15 hours and 30 minutes, Sleeping - 8 hours. more...
on diet Atkins   steady weight

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And I thought I had it bad. We mostly have 4 to 6 foot snow drifts. Mostly in my 2 10ths of a mile driveway. Happy shoveling..Stay warm...Bren 
12 Jan 11 by member: BHA
I live in central MA and we had a snow day too. Times like this I'm glad I live in an apartment and don't have to deal with shoveling. Sounds like you got a lot more though! I actually haven't been outside all day.  
12 Jan 11 by member: Saralyn
Well I can honestly say I only had to shovel about 4" of snow this evening, however... the snow is still coming down and blowing but I didn't want to wake up to tons and tons to have to shovel. Hopefully you guys don't get too much more snow!  
12 Jan 11 by member: pixidaisy
Oh man, I wish we would get 24 inches of snow...it would be soooo cool!!!! 
12 Jan 11 by member: ctlss
Oh what fun.....! Glad I am not having to shovel though. Might rethink my definition of fun...:) 
13 Jan 11 by member: Raven46
Paula, I love those kind of memories! Don't like the shovelling idea at all and would have to buy a snow blower if I was there! Lol 
13 Jan 11 by member: Mccmad
It wasn't toooo terrible. My hubby did the 'plowing', and I only had to shovel in front of the garage where the plow can't reach, and in front of the door/entry way. Oh, and the fire hydrant! That was the worst, as the snow plows had buried it!!! So, although I kinda knew where it was...it took a little effort to FIND IT first!!! Will try to get pictures up today. It really is beautiful out there now. 
13 Jan 11 by member: jsfantome
Sounds like you two really had a great time. We got 13", which is great by me. I also shoveled yesterday, while Art plowed with the tractor. It felt good. I got a lot of oxygen into my clogged lungs which felt good too. Hope you have a great day and stay warm and safe.:) HUGS 
13 Jan 11 by member: LauPug1
Glad you are enjoying the snow. I used to live in Alaska so I know what that is like. I always love the way the sky looks so blue after a good snowfall. Stay warm. Glad you found the fire hydrant..lol 
13 Jan 11 by member: kbalke

     
 

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