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    I love the pictures.

    Good of you to realize you needed a break. Too often we only figure that out AFTERWARDS.

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    I love the pictures.
    Me too. Looks great P.

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    My DH won't dictate to me, but he will make suggestions as though it should be obvious to me that that is how things should be done. Then if I don't do it that way and something negative happens, he does this weird (read irritating) look on his face that is accompanied with a shoulder shrug and a palms up hand motion. Luckily it rarely happens that way!

    I have everything I order shipped to work, I doubt that is workable for you, but its a thought!

    p.s. a cookbook that gives recipes for your eating style/program is not another diet book, it is support materials!
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    In my 15 years of marriage, I have learned that you can love and hate someone at the same time. I've also learned that even though the hate feels like a more powerful emotion, love outweighs hate. My husband disagree on things a lot and I have my moments of hating him just as I am sure that he has hated me at times as well. But I know that we like each other and I believe that is what keeps us going. Like you guys with the grains, I get like this with my husband and smoking. Yes, I would love for him to quit and he knows this, but I can't force him to do that. He has to want to get healthy. He has glimmers of hope, but the glimmers are mere moments(which are better than nothing). When he is ready to change, I know my husband will come to me and I will be here to support him no matter what.
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    Yeah, I hate the dictation. He just has a pushy personality.

    Having said that, we have had some really sweet moments this week. He asked that we keep good communication by email since I am working all day and going to the theater at night. He has been working 3-11 for the last 4 days. We only see each other at midnight when he gets home.


    OPENING NIGHT!!!! I have had so much fun on this show. So Excited.
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    All the best for tonight, Pebbles. I know you will have a blast.

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    Georgette, I used to smoke... those glimmers of hope are very often overpowered by the chains of addiction... I did however find strength to quit when I met my husband. He was a non-smoker and didn't like my smoking. He never asked me to quit, but I found I smoked way less when he was around and didn't really miss it, so I just quit one day. I had a couple of backslides where I would pick up smoking again for a while (about 3-4 month or so each time) and always did it in secrecy - only smoking at work. I quit for the last time Dec 27, 2008. He'll come around. He just has to find his strength.
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    Good luck tonight, Paula!! "Break a leg"!
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    Break a leg! I never had the guts to sing in front of people. I had one line in a Shakespeare production at my high school, one year. I did set crew for a few plays in high school too. Looking back, I wish I'd gotten involved with my college's productions because I was more sociable and probably would have made some more friends! Reading about you doing these community theater productions gives me some encouragement that I could totally make it work as an adult, too.
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    Good luck P. Though may I suggest you break someone else's leg instead?

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