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  #11  
Old May 1st, 2009, 02:39 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Dee Flint
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"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients instead of
buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to save enough money
to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill has gone down substantially.


  #12  
Old May 2nd, 2009, 11:27 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Stormmee
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and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as opposed to
an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients instead
of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to save enough
money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill has gone down
substantially.



  #13  
Old May 2nd, 2009, 01:22 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Stephanie[_2_]
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Stormmee wrote:
and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as
opposed to an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients
instead of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to
save enough money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill has
gone down substantially.




Everyone has their priorities, eh? I think it is interesting that folks are
willing to comment on my statrting position in order to determine the
relative priority of payng for WW! So how about I share.

I never buy prepackaged foods. I have not in years. It really is NOT cheaper
often to eat fresh produce a lot. A meal for hte family of tuna, egg noodle
and cream of mushroom soup is CHEAP. Be that as it may, I am a very frugal
grocery shopper. I freezer cook when things are on sale. I have a choice of
2 grocery stores and a warehouse store that I can get bargains from within
an easy driving radios. ($!.66 for boneless chicken breast!)

We are a single income family of 4. I home school the kids. My husband has a
good but modest job. As a result of some uforseen bills, dental that was
not covered, auto repairs... we are behind on about every bill you can dream
of. I am hesitant to cancel my gym membereship (our one ... extravagance)
because I know I will not work out at home.

I am not overweigth. There is no particular risk of angioplasti here. I am a
40yo, 5'8" woman at 145. I excercise pretty hard 3-5 days per week.

I am returning to WW way of doing things having slowly stopped eating
proeprly. I have a very small amount of weight to lose, but if healthy
eating is a lifestlyle and not a yo-yo diet, then I need to recalibrate
myself and get back in the right mindset.

So... I am not criticizing anyone who does wish to pay for WW. I think that
is great. When I first started, that is what I did as well. It worked great
for me. If you do not wish to share what could be considered proprietary
information, I completely respect you in that choice.

I am not trying to be critical or get up in anyone's face. Just thouguth I
woudl attempt to respond as politely as I could! (Which is hard for me since
I have a mouth on me!)


  #14  
Old May 2nd, 2009, 10:11 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Willow Herself
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That is very nice, and has nothing to do with the fact that if you want
specification on a program that WW sells, then you have to pay for it.

I'm sure that going to Macy's and asking for this top that you really want
but don't want to pay for because it's not in your "priorities" would touch
them a lot, but not to the point to giving you the top for free.

How much you have to lose (as if you were more deserving because you're
thinner... interesting) or how behind you are on the bills (who isn't
nowadays?) doesn't change the fact that you are trying to get for free,
something that is being sold, and is also copyrighted. The law is the law,
and right is right, no matter how entitled you feel.

This all being said as politely as I could of course.

Will~

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Stormmee wrote:
and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as
opposed to an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients
instead of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to
save enough money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill has
gone down substantially.




Everyone has their priorities, eh? I think it is interesting that folks
are willing to comment on my statrting position in order to determine the
relative priority of payng for WW! So how about I share.

I never buy prepackaged foods. I have not in years. It really is NOT
cheaper often to eat fresh produce a lot. A meal for hte family of tuna,
egg noodle and cream of mushroom soup is CHEAP. Be that as it may, I am a
very frugal grocery shopper. I freezer cook when things are on sale. I
have a choice of 2 grocery stores and a warehouse store that I can get
bargains from within an easy driving radios. ($!.66 for boneless chicken
breast!)

We are a single income family of 4. I home school the kids. My husband has
a good but modest job. As a result of some uforseen bills, dental that
was not covered, auto repairs... we are behind on about every bill you can
dream of. I am hesitant to cancel my gym membereship (our one ...
extravagance) because I know I will not work out at home.

I am not overweigth. There is no particular risk of angioplasti here. I am
a 40yo, 5'8" woman at 145. I excercise pretty hard 3-5 days per week.

I am returning to WW way of doing things having slowly stopped eating
proeprly. I have a very small amount of weight to lose, but if healthy
eating is a lifestlyle and not a yo-yo diet, then I need to recalibrate
myself and get back in the right mindset.

So... I am not criticizing anyone who does wish to pay for WW. I think
that is great. When I first started, that is what I did as well. It worked
great for me. If you do not wish to share what could be considered
proprietary information, I completely respect you in that choice.

I am not trying to be critical or get up in anyone's face. Just thouguth I
woudl attempt to respond as politely as I could! (Which is hard for me
since I have a mouth on me!)



  #15  
Old May 2nd, 2009, 10:55 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Stephanie[_2_]
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Willow Herself wrote:
That is very nice, and has nothing to do with the fact that if you
want specification on a program that WW sells, then you have to pay
for it.
I'm sure that going to Macy's and asking for this top that you really
want but don't want to pay for because it's not in your "priorities"
would touch them a lot, but not to the point to giving you the top
for free.
How much you have to lose (as if you were more deserving because
you're thinner... interesting) or how behind you are on the bills
(who isn't nowadays?) doesn't change the fact that you are trying to
get for free, something that is being sold, and is also copyrighted.
The law is the law, and right is right, no matter how entitled you
feel.
This all being said as politely as I could of course.


Nice! I better go get my angeoplasti!


Will~

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Stormmee wrote:
and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as
opposed to an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients
instead of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to
save enough money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill
has gone down substantially.




Everyone has their priorities, eh? I think it is interesting that
folks are willing to comment on my statrting position in order to
determine the relative priority of payng for WW! So how about I
share. I never buy prepackaged foods. I have not in years. It really is
NOT
cheaper often to eat fresh produce a lot. A meal for hte family of
tuna, egg noodle and cream of mushroom soup is CHEAP. Be that as it
may, I am a very frugal grocery shopper. I freezer cook when things
are on sale. I have a choice of 2 grocery stores and a warehouse
store that I can get bargains from within an easy driving radios.
($!.66 for boneless chicken breast!)

We are a single income family of 4. I home school the kids. My
husband has a good but modest job. As a result of some uforseen
bills, dental that was not covered, auto repairs... we are behind on
about every bill you can dream of. I am hesitant to cancel my gym
membereship (our one ... extravagance) because I know I will not
work out at home. I am not overweigth. There is no particular risk of
angioplasti
here. I am a 40yo, 5'8" woman at 145. I excercise pretty hard 3-5
days per week. I am returning to WW way of doing things having slowly
stopped eating
proeprly. I have a very small amount of weight to lose, but if
healthy eating is a lifestlyle and not a yo-yo diet, then I need to
recalibrate myself and get back in the right mindset.

So... I am not criticizing anyone who does wish to pay for WW. I
think that is great. When I first started, that is what I did as
well. It worked great for me. If you do not wish to share what could
be considered proprietary information, I completely respect you in
that choice. I am not trying to be critical or get up in anyone's face.
Just
thouguth I woudl attempt to respond as politely as I could! (Which
is hard for me since I have a mouth on me!)



  #16  
Old May 3rd, 2009, 05:07 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Willow Herself
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There's nothing "not nice" in my post, stealing is stealing, no matter how
you justify it.

I didn't make the world, I just live in it.

Will~


"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
That is very nice, and has nothing to do with the fact that if you
want specification on a program that WW sells, then you have to pay
for it.
I'm sure that going to Macy's and asking for this top that you really
want but don't want to pay for because it's not in your "priorities"
would touch them a lot, but not to the point to giving you the top
for free.
How much you have to lose (as if you were more deserving because
you're thinner... interesting) or how behind you are on the bills
(who isn't nowadays?) doesn't change the fact that you are trying to
get for free, something that is being sold, and is also copyrighted.
The law is the law, and right is right, no matter how entitled you
feel.
This all being said as politely as I could of course.


Nice! I better go get my angeoplasti!


Will~

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Stormmee wrote:
and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as
opposed to an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients
instead of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to
save enough money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill
has gone down substantially.



Everyone has their priorities, eh? I think it is interesting that
folks are willing to comment on my statrting position in order to
determine the relative priority of payng for WW! So how about I
share. I never buy prepackaged foods. I have not in years. It really is
NOT
cheaper often to eat fresh produce a lot. A meal for hte family of
tuna, egg noodle and cream of mushroom soup is CHEAP. Be that as it
may, I am a very frugal grocery shopper. I freezer cook when things
are on sale. I have a choice of 2 grocery stores and a warehouse
store that I can get bargains from within an easy driving radios.
($!.66 for boneless chicken breast!)

We are a single income family of 4. I home school the kids. My
husband has a good but modest job. As a result of some uforseen
bills, dental that was not covered, auto repairs... we are behind on
about every bill you can dream of. I am hesitant to cancel my gym
membereship (our one ... extravagance) because I know I will not
work out at home. I am not overweigth. There is no particular risk of
angioplasti
here. I am a 40yo, 5'8" woman at 145. I excercise pretty hard 3-5
days per week. I am returning to WW way of doing things having slowly
stopped eating
proeprly. I have a very small amount of weight to lose, but if
healthy eating is a lifestlyle and not a yo-yo diet, then I need to
recalibrate myself and get back in the right mindset.

So... I am not criticizing anyone who does wish to pay for WW. I
think that is great. When I first started, that is what I did as
well. It worked great for me. If you do not wish to share what could
be considered proprietary information, I completely respect you in
that choice. I am not trying to be critical or get up in anyone's face.
Just
thouguth I woudl attempt to respond as politely as I could! (Which
is hard for me since I have a mouth on me!)





  #17  
Old May 3rd, 2009, 02:19 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Stormmee
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my mom weighs 135 is 71 years old, eats healthy and i have just gone through
a major amount of stress as she had a heart attack eirlier this week, while
she has some health issues and sees her doctors regularliy there was no
indication for this heart attack, i wasn't trying to get on you, btw i love
that you home school my cousine does and i think her kids will really
benefit.

Lee
"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Stormmee wrote:
and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as
opposed to an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients
instead of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to
save enough money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill has
gone down substantially.




Everyone has their priorities, eh? I think it is interesting that folks
are willing to comment on my statrting position in order to determine the
relative priority of payng for WW! So how about I share.

I never buy prepackaged foods. I have not in years. It really is NOT
cheaper often to eat fresh produce a lot. A meal for hte family of tuna,
egg noodle and cream of mushroom soup is CHEAP. Be that as it may, I am a
very frugal grocery shopper. I freezer cook when things are on sale. I
have a choice of 2 grocery stores and a warehouse store that I can get
bargains from within an easy driving radios. ($!.66 for boneless chicken
breast!)

We are a single income family of 4. I home school the kids. My husband has
a good but modest job. As a result of some uforseen bills, dental that
was not covered, auto repairs... we are behind on about every bill you can
dream of. I am hesitant to cancel my gym membereship (our one ...
extravagance) because I know I will not work out at home.

I am not overweigth. There is no particular risk of angioplasti here. I am
a 40yo, 5'8" woman at 145. I excercise pretty hard 3-5 days per week.

I am returning to WW way of doing things having slowly stopped eating
proeprly. I have a very small amount of weight to lose, but if healthy
eating is a lifestlyle and not a yo-yo diet, then I need to recalibrate
myself and get back in the right mindset.

So... I am not criticizing anyone who does wish to pay for WW. I think
that is great. When I first started, that is what I did as well. It worked
great for me. If you do not wish to share what could be considered
proprietary information, I completely respect you in that choice.

I am not trying to be critical or get up in anyone's face. Just thouguth I
woudl attempt to respond as politely as I could! (Which is hard for me
since I have a mouth on me!)



  #18  
Old May 3rd, 2009, 06:39 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Karen Officer
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Lee I hope your mother makes a full recovery. My Dad has had a heart
attack, and just this past week had heart surgery so I know the
concerns you are dealing with
Karen

On Sun, 3 May 2009 08:19:45 -0500, in alt.support.diet.weigh****chers,
"Stormmee" wrote:

my mom weighs 135 is 71 years old, eats healthy and i have just gone through
a major amount of stress as she had a heart attack eirlier this week, while
she has some health issues and sees her doctors regularliy there was no
indication for this heart attack, i wasn't trying to get on you, btw i love
that you home school my cousine does and i think her kids will really
benefit.

Lee
"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Stormmee wrote:
and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as
opposed to an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients
instead of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to
save enough money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill has
gone down substantially.




Everyone has their priorities, eh? I think it is interesting that folks
are willing to comment on my statrting position in order to determine the
relative priority of payng for WW! So how about I share.

I never buy prepackaged foods. I have not in years. It really is NOT
cheaper often to eat fresh produce a lot. A meal for hte family of tuna,
egg noodle and cream of mushroom soup is CHEAP. Be that as it may, I am a
very frugal grocery shopper. I freezer cook when things are on sale. I
have a choice of 2 grocery stores and a warehouse store that I can get
bargains from within an easy driving radios. ($!.66 for boneless chicken
breast!)

We are a single income family of 4. I home school the kids. My husband has
a good but modest job. As a result of some uforseen bills, dental that
was not covered, auto repairs... we are behind on about every bill you can
dream of. I am hesitant to cancel my gym membereship (our one ...
extravagance) because I know I will not work out at home.

I am not overweigth. There is no particular risk of angioplasti here. I am
a 40yo, 5'8" woman at 145. I excercise pretty hard 3-5 days per week.

I am returning to WW way of doing things having slowly stopped eating
proeprly. I have a very small amount of weight to lose, but if healthy
eating is a lifestlyle and not a yo-yo diet, then I need to recalibrate
myself and get back in the right mindset.

So... I am not criticizing anyone who does wish to pay for WW. I think
that is great. When I first started, that is what I did as well. It worked
great for me. If you do not wish to share what could be considered
proprietary information, I completely respect you in that choice.

I am not trying to be critical or get up in anyone's face. Just thouguth I
woudl attempt to respond as politely as I could! (Which is hard for me
since I have a mouth on me!)



  #19  
Old May 4th, 2009, 07:27 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Stormmee
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while she does have other health issues, this was a shocker because she does
see her medical people as she should, and it doesn't seem fair that she
should have one... she is home now, and insisted on church today... doctor
has said the same as bed rest for six weeks... or back to the hospital with
her... i can't imagine how she will tolerate being indoors when it is garden
season... either she will suffer another one, or my dad will get one trying
to do the garden with her supervising,

Lee
"Karen Officer" wrote in message
...
Lee I hope your mother makes a full recovery. My Dad has had a heart
attack, and just this past week had heart surgery so I know the
concerns you are dealing with
Karen

On Sun, 3 May 2009 08:19:45 -0500, in alt.support.diet.weigh****chers,
"Stormmee" wrote:

my mom weighs 135 is 71 years old, eats healthy and i have just gone
through
a major amount of stress as she had a heart attack eirlier this week,
while
she has some health issues and sees her doctors regularliy there was no
indication for this heart attack, i wasn't trying to get on you, btw i
love
that you home school my cousine does and i think her kids will really
benefit.

Lee
"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Stormmee wrote:
and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as
opposed to an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients
instead of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to
save enough money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill has
gone down substantially.



Everyone has their priorities, eh? I think it is interesting that folks
are willing to comment on my statrting position in order to determine
the
relative priority of payng for WW! So how about I share.

I never buy prepackaged foods. I have not in years. It really is NOT
cheaper often to eat fresh produce a lot. A meal for hte family of tuna,
egg noodle and cream of mushroom soup is CHEAP. Be that as it may, I am
a
very frugal grocery shopper. I freezer cook when things are on sale. I
have a choice of 2 grocery stores and a warehouse store that I can get
bargains from within an easy driving radios. ($!.66 for boneless chicken
breast!)

We are a single income family of 4. I home school the kids. My husband
has
a good but modest job. As a result of some uforseen bills, dental that
was not covered, auto repairs... we are behind on about every bill you
can
dream of. I am hesitant to cancel my gym membereship (our one ...
extravagance) because I know I will not work out at home.

I am not overweigth. There is no particular risk of angioplasti here. I
am
a 40yo, 5'8" woman at 145. I excercise pretty hard 3-5 days per week.

I am returning to WW way of doing things having slowly stopped eating
proeprly. I have a very small amount of weight to lose, but if healthy
eating is a lifestlyle and not a yo-yo diet, then I need to recalibrate
myself and get back in the right mindset.

So... I am not criticizing anyone who does wish to pay for WW. I think
that is great. When I first started, that is what I did as well. It
worked
great for me. If you do not wish to share what could be considered
proprietary information, I completely respect you in that choice.

I am not trying to be critical or get up in anyone's face. Just thouguth
I
woudl attempt to respond as politely as I could! (Which is hard for me
since I have a mouth on me!)





  #20  
Old May 4th, 2009, 04:08 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Willow Herself
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Sending thought/vibes in her direction, and yours!

Recovery is a b... sometimes.

Will~

"Stormmee" wrote in message
...
while she does have other health issues, this was a shocker because she
does see her medical people as she should, and it doesn't seem fair that
she should have one... she is home now, and insisted on church today...
doctor has said the same as bed rest for six weeks... or back to the
hospital with her... i can't imagine how she will tolerate being indoors
when it is garden season... either she will suffer another one, or my dad
will get one trying to do the garden with her supervising,

Lee
"Karen Officer" wrote in message
...
Lee I hope your mother makes a full recovery. My Dad has had a heart
attack, and just this past week had heart surgery so I know the
concerns you are dealing with
Karen

On Sun, 3 May 2009 08:19:45 -0500, in alt.support.diet.weigh****chers,
"Stormmee" wrote:

my mom weighs 135 is 71 years old, eats healthy and i have just gone
through
a major amount of stress as she had a heart attack eirlier this week,
while
she has some health issues and sees her doctors regularliy there was no
indication for this heart attack, i wasn't trying to get on you, btw i
love
that you home school my cousine does and i think her kids will really
benefit.

Lee
"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Stormmee wrote:
and how much does WW cost in the larger sceme of things, say as
opposed to an angeoplastic...

Lee
"Dee Flint" wrote in message
...

"Stephanie" wrote in message
...
Willow Herself wrote:
You go to a meeting and get the program... that's how.


I don't have the money to pay for the program.


By preparing your own food from wholesome, nutritious ingredients
instead of buy pre-packaged, processed stuff, you should be able to
save enough money to pay for WW and then some. Our grocery bill has
gone down substantially.



Everyone has their priorities, eh? I think it is interesting that folks
are willing to comment on my statrting position in order to determine
the
relative priority of payng for WW! So how about I share.

I never buy prepackaged foods. I have not in years. It really is NOT
cheaper often to eat fresh produce a lot. A meal for hte family of
tuna,
egg noodle and cream of mushroom soup is CHEAP. Be that as it may, I am
a
very frugal grocery shopper. I freezer cook when things are on sale. I
have a choice of 2 grocery stores and a warehouse store that I can get
bargains from within an easy driving radios. ($!.66 for boneless
chicken
breast!)

We are a single income family of 4. I home school the kids. My husband
has
a good but modest job. As a result of some uforseen bills, dental that
was not covered, auto repairs... we are behind on about every bill you
can
dream of. I am hesitant to cancel my gym membereship (our one ...
extravagance) because I know I will not work out at home.

I am not overweigth. There is no particular risk of angioplasti here. I
am
a 40yo, 5'8" woman at 145. I excercise pretty hard 3-5 days per week.

I am returning to WW way of doing things having slowly stopped eating
proeprly. I have a very small amount of weight to lose, but if healthy
eating is a lifestlyle and not a yo-yo diet, then I need to recalibrate
myself and get back in the right mindset.

So... I am not criticizing anyone who does wish to pay for WW. I think
that is great. When I first started, that is what I did as well. It
worked
great for me. If you do not wish to share what could be considered
proprietary information, I completely respect you in that choice.

I am not trying to be critical or get up in anyone's face. Just
thouguth I
woudl attempt to respond as politely as I could! (Which is hard for me
since I have a mouth on me!)







 




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