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Ladies Who Lunch and Do Other Stuff, Too

Yesterday was my Weight Watchers meeting–one of those nonspectacular weeks this time–.8 pounds.  (Note the decimal!)  Afterward, I paid a visit to Trader Joe’s, which is near our meeting place, to stock up on some WW-friendly food.  Next, Wendy, Jen and I had lunch at a place called Hogan’s–I was craving a BLT, so I had one (10 points, since I left off the mayo) and a cup of tomato soup.  You’ve got to love a program that allows you so much variety–or, at least, I do.  :) I’m skimping on points today because I had the other half of my

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Monday Ramblings

Autumn is my favorite time of year, as I’ve said before–I love the ‘new beginning’ feel of it (doubtless a holdover from school days), the changing colors of the leaves, the (mostly) sunny weather and the crisp breezes and the sugar-bowl-blue skies.  At the same time, it always makes me wonder, Where did the time go????  2013 still feels like a New Year to me, and here it is, almost gone.  How is that even possible?  Five minutes ago, we were carving pumpkins for Halloween and now it’s time to do it again.

Yikes.

The weekend was lovely–Wendy and I

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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