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Re: revelation

Love to see the pictures when you have time Kitty.

So are you going to share your sucess story on how you
lost wieght?


--- Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net> wrote:

> MG stuff is in maintenance mode now so I had the
> whole weekend to myself.  I 
> stuck two full boxes of shrub and a tree cuttings,
> mostly using Clonex but 
> also tried some gel containers.  Cut out deadwood
> and overgrowth and bundled 
> for pickup.  Lots of other odds and ends too, but
> for each thing I scratched 
> off my list, I added another.  Still, feels good.
> When I got on the roof to clean the gutters, I was
> surprised at how easy it 
> was getting up there.  Last year it seemed difficult
> and I remember worrying 
> that the older I get the more difficult it is and
> how much longer would I be 
> able to do it.  Also the last few years I haven't
> been able to do marathon 
> gardening (long hours) as I did when younger.  It's
> a bear getting old.  But 
> I put in 10 hr days yesterday and today and the roof
> climb was a breeze. 
> The difference is that I lost some weight.  I knew I
> was carrying excess 
> baggage but didn't believe it pulled me down that
> much.  I'm still 
> overweight but not by as much and it is amazing the
> difference it makes.
> I took some pics while up on the roof, maybe I'll
> get a chance to upload 
> later.
> Kitty
> neIN, Zone 5 
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