Started by Chris Quartly, November 19, 2015, 19:49:37 pm
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Quote from: zoony on December 06, 2019, 16:21:52 pmSince I started eating healthier, and doing a lot of walking after my heart attack at the end of March, I lost 3 stone 2 pounds in 6 months. I was happy at the weight I'd reached, and didn't really plan on losing anymore. That was just over 2 months ago, and since then I've been eating a bit more, but only sticking to the healthy stuff apart from a weekly treat of a Chinese takeaway, and I've stuck rigidly to my walking. Couldn't believe it today when we had to take Alicia for her diabetes check up, and I took the opportunity to jump on the scales at the hospital. In the last 10 weeks I've lost another 18 pounds, meaning that in just over 8 months I've come down from 22 stone to 17 stone 8 pounds. Just goes to show what healthy eating, exercise and discipline can do 🙂.Shit and I thought I was doing well..... Immense effort Rob. I am down Four and a quarter stone since last Christmas but I am mainlining Red Wine and I need to regularise and improve my exercise regime. Christmas is really going to help that!!! I too have been buying smaller clothes and the Hospice Shop has done extremely well this past few months!
Quote from: Matt2112 on January 01, 2020, 02:21:05 amFollowing on from the news that pound-shop-U2 wannabes Coldplay aren't active in 2020, apparently the four-chord busking shopping precinct EuroMillions jackpot winner Ed Sheeran is taking a lengthy break as well. Happy New Year!
Quote from: Nïckslïkk2112 on January 01, 2020, 02:27:43 amUnfortunately they haven't promised to never return.Life will continue to be miserable in the New Year. Life's a bitch and then you die folks - although saying that is my simple pleasure
Quote from: Nick on January 04, 2020, 20:36:44 pmVisited Ham Wall RSPB site near Glastonbury to witness their famous starling murmarations, the site is on the Avalon marshes, full of Reed beds. Although I have seen the odd murmaration from a car window nothing prepared me for this. A few hundred visitors were advised that at 3.40 pm over 500,000 starlings would arrive. At 3.50pm as the sun was low in the sky 6 starlings appeared..then 5 mins later pockets of them appeared, with Glastonbury tor in the background...then suddenly almost like flying ant day or a plague of locusts the sky was full of them swirling in amazing patterns. Eventually after half an hour they settled in the reed beds to roost. It really was a David Attenborough scene and one of the most amazing things I have ever witnessed. Just cannot get over how many birds there were.
Quote from: zoony on January 06, 2020, 13:06:13 pmLooking forward to our local quiz league resuming tonight after its Xmas break.
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