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YIKES A New Year Already!

Wow,  I cannot believe that it is time to move onto 2010.  Where the heck did 2009 go?  What a year.  I personally am glad to see it go and good riddance to it.  It was a year of 3 brain surgeries for me and a celiac diagnosis for my husband.  Honestly, I think I won out in the deal.  The holidays have been hard in that it is difficult to replace all the g-full food.  And let's be honest, my husband did not try too
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hard.  He has fallen off the proverbial wagon big time.  But with the new year comes new resolutions to fail at...I mean to try.  What will yours be?  Mine, the same 10 pounds to loose from last year.  Only I think a few friends have come to live with those 10. And as always to exercise.  But my resolution for my hubby (he is not allowed to make his own LOL) is to be more g-free in the new year.  Hope you all have a prosperous year and free of trauma!

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