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Some people want it all, and some people have it all. Some want not as much, and some have very little. It’s a diverse world to say the least.
When it comes to food, I usually want it all. I say this and snicker, but it’s true. I suppose that people eat for different reasons; some for health, some for pleasure, some out of boredom and stress, and others for pure gluttonous reasons. Much of our eating habits have to do with how we were raised too, that’s what I believe. I don’t know…I don’t have all the answers, I just observe and absorb. It’s probably the most accurate way to get information and decipher it all.
When I first started on the ME-gan Lifestyle path, I was often challenged to have a ‘little’ of this, or a ‘bite’ of that from those closest and dearest to me (imagine that). Those little food temptations were always non-ME-gan foods – the ones I worked so hard to put behind me…the ones that made me sick. I was appalled at how these individuals wanted me to fail at something that had restored my health; brought me happiness and helped me to find ‘myself’ again. I do sincerely detest food and booze pushers – you know…the kind that insist, even after you say ‘no thank you.’ Ugggg, why are they so relentless? What is it that makes them want you to breakdown, malfunction and be unsuccessful? I just don’t get it.
As I’ve been writing about in my series, “What’s Going On With Mary and Her ME-gan World?” I have experimented with reintroducing all foods back to my system for the past 6 months. I must make note that as some people learned this, they would gleam with a sneaky, destructive smile of happiness! I guess I am not surprised, just saddened by it all.
As I left off in my previous posting, my experiment was over. It was time for me to wrap it up, document, and move on. Not so fast. Now that I had proven to myself that I still had the same reactions to the foods I had given up, I walked away with knowledge and knew that I must stay in the ME-gan Lifestyle for my own good. Well…I thought I walked away. It was then that I began to battle some serious food temptations. I remember thinking to myself that even when I first embraced the ME-gan way, I never encountered such harsh cravings. Why now? I had opened up a can of worms. I kept telling myself that once I got through the first 3 months of being strictly ME-gan again, they would subside. It wasn’t that easy. No one knows what tomorrow will bring. Suddenly life was spinning out of control in other areas, and I found myself rationalizing. Excuses; that’s all they were and all they are.
How many times in my life have I learned the lesson that “nothing ‘good‘ ever comes easy?” Many times! And this was nothing more than the same lesson learned.
I guess what it all comes down to is that we must ask ourselves what it is that we truly want. Do we want to be healthier? Happier? More spiritual? Thinner? Better job? Bigger bank roll? Better relationships with our brothers and sisters; mothers and fathers, spouses, friends? Once we are truthful with ourselves, we have to then focus and strive to pursue our goal(s). Letting no one stop us, not even ourselves. We can do whatever we put our minds to, I have proven that to myself. It doesn’t mean the road will be easy, it just means that it can be done.
It’s how passionately we truly want something that determines how far we will go to succeed. We haven’t failed until we give up and stop trying.
Each day brings new challenges, and difficulties do arise. As long as we are doing our best at achieving our own personal goals, then what more is there to be done?
Sometimes things ARE they way they appear in the mirror and sometimes they are NOT. When we think somethings going to be easy, we may later find it’s quite the opposite. Prepare for road blocks, get up when you get knocked down and most of all, keep the faith!
Philippians 4:7 – Then God’s own peace, which is beyond all understanding, will stand guard over your hearts and minds, in Christ Jesus.
Gods love and peace to you.
Thanks for coming back for more of my story and testimony about what’s been going on with me and the ME-gan Lifestyle. As last I left off, I was describing how once you get off a straight path, even if just a ‘step,’ it is no longer a straight path; and how once the forbidden fruit, if you will, touched my lips and seeped through my system…like evil on a cold dark night, I began to slowly lose control. It’s TWUE it’s TWUE!!
I describe this venture as…The Fall From Eden.
Once I decided to take the great “Non-ME-gan excursion” it was a down hill spiral, weaved ever so subtle (oh what a tangled web we weave!), so that I not see my own body’s demise quick enough to start recovery before too much damage was done.
It was my choice…I had decided to test what the experts say, perhaps they were right I thought; once the body is cleansed and detoxified, one can slowly reintroduce the “BAD STUFF” back into their system. I dabbled in non- ME-gan eating and low & behold, my body cried out. It was not an overnight catastrophe. Just as good results take time, so do bad results – sometimes. There are times when both are immediate.
Let me start with this… when I first embraced the ME-gan Lifestyle, it took me 1 year to lose 35 lbs. During the past 6 months, eating ’30 to 40 %’ non ME-gan, I gained 15 lbs back. But weight is the least of it (I think); my headaches came back (not full-blown migraines), pimples came back; lethargy came back, depression came back, achy joints came back, and I even noticed some of my Raynaud’s returning. SHOCKING? You decide.
As I said in my previous blog, I started to eat no-boundaries style once a month. It soon turned into twice a month, and then eventually got to once a week. I never did it daily. I was able to keep it to once a week at most. This was only because I felt horrible after each non-ME-gan meal. If temptation had won, I would have gone back to a daily occurrence. Thank God for His protection, no matter how small it may seem at the time.
I was not a happy person. It seemed that life hit me all at once. I had ‘middle age’ going on and my hormones were (and still are, I’m sure) out of wack; I had gained weight; all the ailments I mentioned above were back and I was struggling with life, finances, and family. Mostly, my son who has served in two wars, both the Iraq & the Afghanistan wars, was home, but not himself. The boy who went to war, was lost, and came back broken – a mother’s nightmare. My life was falling apart. My bad luck, or ‘dark cloud’ if you will, had timed this food war just right, so it too lined up with all the other mountains I was facing.
I will leave you with this for now, and again, please do soak it all in. Things do not always seem the way they appear. This may or may not be going in the direction that you would think; but then again, maybe it is.
Things aren’t always as complicated as they may seem either!
Please do come back and tune in this week to hear more of my story about “The Fall From Eden.”
Pure, non-compromised ME-gan love to you and yours!
The ME-gan Lifestyle encompasses healthy living. What we feed our minds and bodies determines how we look and feel. When you see a sluggish person, do you think that they are getting the vitamins and nutrients they need? When you see an obese person, who can barely get around, with one complaint after another, is your first thought “wow, they must be eating awesomely healthy?” I doubt it.
I would suppose there is truth in those wise words “You are what you eat.” If you eat health, you’re going to reap health. Is that so hard to believe?
Everyday is a gift from God and we can take and enjoy it, or we can throw it away. The desire to be healthy & to live life to the fullest goes hand in hand with a positive attitude. It’s in hatefulness, angriness, jealousy, envy, sloth, glutony and all the many other derogatory states of being in which we allow ourselves to succumb to, that our minds and bodies start to develop illness and disease. We simply cannot shine, the way God intended us to, when we are anchored down with poor health; both mentally and physically. We are no good to ourselves, or to others.
There’s nothing more effective than self-analysis and putting your very own plan to achieve better health & happiness into play. It’s always nice to have a partner and/or friend (or several of each) to journey your new path with you. But if you have to go it alone, then do it. YOU are No. 1, numero uno…get it, got it, good!
Embrace the ME-gan Lifestyle today. Put down that processed food that is loaded with chemicals, gluten, additives and preservatives; high salt, high fat, uggg… must I go on!? And learn to live with out the dairy, egg, meat, chicken, pork, fish… life DOES go on without all this, trust me!
Perhaps you enjoy all these foods, and maybe you are as fit as a fiddle, then fine! I’m not pushing YOU or anyone else; but for those of you who are in a bad place, mentally, physically & spiritually, and you know who you are, then you may want to immediately consider embracing a lifestyle change TODAY!
Fresh juiced oranges with steel cut oats for breakfast, is that punishment? How about eating fresh beets or juicing them? Is that torture? I don’t think so!
The ME-gan lifestyle enjoys raw foods, juicing, fantastic & scrumptious ME-gan meals, as well as getting out and exercising! Mother Nature offers limitless options to you and your family and brings health and beauty to your dinner table.
You don’t have to join a gym, why? How about walking, bike riding, roller skating, jogging…these are all great ways to get fit. Just get active! Your body will thank you and you’ll be a different person; happier and healthier.
The ME-gan Lifestyle will be your partner in achieving your goal to a NEW and BETTER you!
Come back tomorrow for more of my story of “What’s going on with Mary and her ME-gan world?”
Mother Nature’s nourishing love to you all,
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So, what IS going on in my ME-gan world? And, what IS so ‘shocking,’ as I put it in my previous posting?
Ahhh… where do I begin? (This is me taking a deep breath)…
If we could wind the clock back to one year from today, it would be about the time when some unexpected winds of change started blowing my way. These weren’t exactly the well needed, ‘good’ winds of change that I like to expect and prefer to speak of. Nonetheless, they blew, and quite hard I might add. I’ll save all the intricate details for my next book! Oh, and there’s one coming…take my word!
Yes.. the winds of change kept blowing, and by mid-fall, of last year, I began to question what it would be like to wander off the ME-gan (gluten free, vegan) path just ever so slightly. “What would happen?” I wondered. I took into consideration what I’d previously heard about body cleansing and some of the guidance going around suggesting that once a body has been cleansed, and illness has left or gone into remission, that a person could slowly re-introduce foods into their body. The theory being that the person would most likely discover that they would not have the same ‘bad’ effect to these foods as they experienced prior to the cleansing. Since I had been strictly ME-gan for basically 4 years, my curiosity was peaked. Just in time for the holidays. Oh Joy.
After, what I considered at the time to be ‘careful consideration,’ I decided to eat ‘no boundaries style’ once a month. It didn’t take terribly long for that once-a-month to become twice a month. But let me stop there, for a minute, before I jump too far ahead too soon.
My brother Matty likes to use this analogy, and I’ll quote:
Once you get off a straight path, even if just a ‘step,’ it is no longer a straight path.
How true is that? I mean, if that doesn’t just say it all, I don’t know what does. My straight path had been messed with. Corrupted. Little did I know this truth at the time.
Once the forbidden fruit, if you will, touched my lips and seeped through my system…like evil on a cold dark night, I began to slowly (actually, maybe quicker than I think) lose control. Of course, I can write about this now because hind sight is 20/20, but at the time I had no idea what uproar this diversion was causing inside of me; mind, body and soul.
But I can’t go spilling all the beans right now, can I? Certainly NOT. And I won’t. I want you to absorb what I’ve conveyed to you thus far, and ponder it. Perhaps try to guess where my story will lead and how far it may go. I think all my readers will be surprised and shocked to say the least; some may even be unbelieving, while others will not be surprised at all.
For those of you who have ready my book, The ME-gan Lifestyle, you know I like to use the term “listen to your body talk.” It’s true, your body does speak, and you MUST listen. Otherwise, you’ve declared war with your own being. That doesn’t make much sense now does it?
I hope you come back for my next posting to find out what happened next on my journey into the unknown. I’m juggling life right now, as we all are I’m sure, but I love my blog and I love comments and followers. It, and you, are like sunshine on a cloudy day – welcomed and much needed.
ME-gan love, peace, health and faith to you all,
I just want to thank those of you who took the time to contact me with concern for me, my son and his family. At times when I most feel like I’m going to fall, my heavenly family speaks to me and fills me with light and hope. God hears our prayers, and feels our hurts. He knows our needs. I hand my burden over to Him; His will be done. The burden is lifted, my heart is filled with faith and hope, and I look forward to better days coming; in all aspects, for all of us.
Writing is what I truly love and enjoy. Blogging is an extension of this art, and I’m thankful to have this venue to do so. This blog was started in an effort to share my passion for better health, true happiness, healthy food, healthy cooking, and overall faith & love, with others. Others who are interested in hearing, learning, sharing, caring and who reap benefit from my words.
We all experience life and life’s lessons on different levels throughout our entire life. I don’t believe a day goes by where there isn’t something in there that we can walk away with…shaping us into wiser, more knowledgeable human beings. We live and learn. We’d all just keep making the same mistakes over and over if that were not true. Although, sometimes I make the same mistake one, twice, maybe even 3 times, I do eventually learn! 🙂 That’s all that really matters. Better late than never.
Like George W. Bush once said, and I quote:
There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.
Hahaha! We all know what he was ‘trying’ to say!! God bless ya George! But unfortunately we do get fooled once or twice – that’s life. But we learn eventually. So where am I going with this? As we learn, why not share it for those who want it and or need it? Those who do not want it can move past it. It’s that simple. I certainly appreciate the fact that when I want to know the most efficient way to cut a pineapple, all I have to do is search blogs and/or YouTube and behold, it’s there! But if people didn’t share their knowledge we’d not have this convenience.
Sharing knowledge is the best gift I have to offer, not to mention, I enjoy it. It gives me true pleasure. If I can make ONE person happier, healthier, whatever it may be, then what more could I ask? Today as I left work, a co-worker walked up to me as they were leaving and said “I just want you to know, you made my day! What you said to me, made me laugh and I really needed that!” And by that person taking the time to say that to me, in return made my day! We all need each other. The world would be a better place if we all just got along!
Be nice and share the love! Be happy, not sad, and be joyful, not angry.
So, although there are many mountains in my life, as I call them, walking away from my blog is probably the worst thing for me. This is my ‘painter’s palette,’ so to speak! My blog allows me to breathe; it keeps me going.
I have so much to share, and can’t wait to blog about what’s been going on in the ME-gan world. You will be SHOCKED (I think)! Stay tuned, it’s coming up next.
Please come back and check in. Leave a note when you can! Sharing and caring…let’s do it together!
ME-gan Love to you all!
I start this off with a very deep sigh, rub my eyes, look up on my wall to see the picture that hangs of my precious Jesus, and begin to type…
Over the past several years, I have truly lived some of the best years of my life. I have found true love, traveled, fulfilled a lifelong dream of writing a book, and have experienced becoming a grandmother. Among these I have also found health; to a level that I have not experienced before. Everything that had ailed me over my lifetime was basically put to end. How? I would have to say by the Grace of God. He showed me the way and opened my eyes. No doctor had ever healed me. But as my eyes, heart and mind opened, I began to listen to my own body speak. Nothing has pleased me more than to share my story with whoever chooses to hear it. Writing The ME-gan Lifestyle was one of the biggest pleasures of my life.
4 years later, after changing my lifestyle, I have encountered storms that I don’t feel I can weather. I know I will, but the road is long. Being that my life has always been an open book to friends and family, I sure don’t mind sharing this either.
First of all, I have reached the ripe old age where hormones begin to change, and let me tell you, the winds of change are blowing! I don’t even like being around myself, I can’t imagine how frustrating it must be for my husband to deal with me. I say this with a half-smile, but it is serious business. I’m happy one minute, sad the next; hot one minute, cold the next…oh my – my wits are at end, and yet it’s just beginning! Does anything really ever prepare us for getting older? Along with these changes, come the demon cravings. Everything (food wise) that I have worked so hard to remove from my diet to achieve the better health I’ve longed for, seems to be tempting me slowly, but surely, to come back in. It’s just not fair! But please, put away your violins, I’m not after pity, just speaking the truth. I hear that these womanly changes aren’t as bad for some as for others, yet wouldn’t you know…I experience ALL the possible symptoms to the nth degree! Although I may wander off the ME-gan path until I can regain composure and take control of my hormones & life once again, the truth remains in what it teaches.
I believe that nothing truly good ever comes to us ‘easy.’ We will always face struggles; I call it battling our demons.
When we want something bad enough – for example, better health & happiness, it’s worth every bit of the effort! I may be knocked down temporarily due to these changes, but I’ll get up again! And you know me, I’ll write a book about it! 🙂
Now, on to my other storm, or perhaps I should say “battle,” or even better yet…”MOUNTAIN!” A mountain I may never climb. Those of you who know me, know that my son, Nathan, served in two wars; both the Iraq and the Afghanistan wars. He’s my hero! Actually, ALL of our troops are true heroes! They serve(d) our country for our freedom. What more needs to be said? May God be with each and every one of them. Nathan returned from war a broken person. I use the word broken, because of all the words I can possibly think of, this is the one that I feel describes the situation best. When something doesn’t work right anymore, it’s broken. I have no idea what happened over there. I have no idea what happened to him. All I know is the little, beautiful, fun-loving boy that I raised into a kind, humorous, loving, responsible young man, is no longer. In short, he too is battling his demons.
1 Thessalonians 5:18; Render constant thanks; such as God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.
My heart is consumed with love, pain and concern for my son, his wife, and my beautiful grandson. Often when I cry now, because my heart is broken, I blame it on my hormones.
The truth is, life can’t always be a bowl of cherries; but you can be assured as well, it can’t always be a bowl of pits. There will always be ups and downs; that’s life. Keep the faith. The good book says that our dear Lord will not give us anything we cannot handle, so I must always remind myself that the bigger the mountain is, the stronger it is I am! I’m a giant!
At this time in my life, I’m stepping away from my blog and book. It’s an imprint now; a permanent part of this beautiful world we live in; a chapter in my life that I have shared with you. If it can help just one single person, then I have achieved what I sought after.
What can you do for me? Pray for my son and his family. God is great; may His ‘WILL’ be done! God bless you all.
We must all face and battle our demons. We will win if we choose. Battles take time, faith, commitment and prayer. Don’t ever give up! Some battles may last a lifetime, but in the end…we win!
ME-ganly THANKFUL love to you all!
God bless our troops, veterans and THE good’ol USA!
If each day isn’t enough “new starts” for you, then try on today for size; January 1st of a brand new year! What more could one ask for?
There comes a time in each of our lives when enough is simply, well…let me put it this way, ENOUGH! How does the old saying go? Ah…yes, “you can’t beat a dead horse” Exactly! Just think about it…no matter how long or how hard you beat a dead horse, it surely will not get up and run! And so it seems in our lives that each year we make the same resolutions, shoot for the same goals, and we continue to attempt the same ol’ boring and horrendous diets; giving ourselves the illusion that this time things will be different. And like the dead horse not getting up and running, nor do we encounter change.
You can’t keep doing things the same way and expect a different outcome. So, what will YOU do this year that is different from all the other years, to accomplish your hopes, dreams, and desires?
Not that I had to wait till today, January 1, 2013, to make any affirmations, but nonetheless I have. I am very adamant about some changes that I will be making in my life this year that involve my health, happiness and spirituality.
We must love ourselves enough to hold true to the promises we make to ourselves, because when we don’t, we let ourselves down; needless to say, that is not a good feeling. Accomplishments, results, and holding true to our core values aka “integrity,” is what fuels us to keep going.
I’d like to leave you with the 12 Steps in which AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and OA (Overeaters Anonymous) use. More than just words, these are the action steps to ‘regain control of your life’, exactly what The ME-gan Lifestyle encourages us all to do. Any one of us can apply these principles of truth to all aspects of life.
Don’t just say this year will be one of change, MAKE change happen!
The Twelve Steps of Overeaters Anonymous
- We admitted we were powerless over food — that our lives had become unmanageable.
- Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.
- Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.
- Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
- Admitted to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.
- Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.
- Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.
- Made a list of all persons we had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all.
- Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.
- Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it.
- Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.
- Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these Steps, we tried to carry this message to compulsive overeaters and to practice these principles in all our affairs.
Here’s to NEW BEGINNINGS!
God bless and ME-gan Love!
Have you had a chance to reflect back over 2012 yet? Hopefully you have. I know I certainly have; and actually, I’ve been recapping for the past several weeks now. We all have those memories of 2012 that pop out like a SNAKE at us, you know…the obvious ones like being laid off, or applying for unemployment (and then being turned down), and what about the really bad recollections like not knowing where your next dollar is going to come from? Have any of you faced these dilemmas in 2012? My guess is that most Americans did. It’s a sad time in American history… the US debt, the unemployment crisis, the housing market crash, and so much more. For me, my 2012 health care plan was ME-gan style eating and prayer! And I’m happy to say they both came through!
It’s not very difficult to remember the negative, but before we slam the door on 2012 in a hurry, and murmur the words “SEE YA!” let’s remember the good times!
There is good in everything! And for those of us who truly believe and have the faith it takes to carry on, we know that bad always works out for the better! If we look back over our lives, we can verify that without a doubt. Just ask yourself, “when has something bad, even if it meant hitting rock bottom, not worked out for the better…in the long run?” I can’t think of a time.
I have no regrets, well…maybe only one…that I worried when the chips were low. Because, like I just said, anything bad will always work out for the best, so I should have worried less and smiled more! This year I will!
God bless all of you and have a safe & happy NEW YEAR! ME-gan Love, health and happiness to you & yours!
Take nothing for granted and in all things rejoice!
In having no limitations, no boundaries, no guidelines and worse…no control, when it comes to food and what you put into your body, you may very well be enabled to EAT THE WORLD!
No matter if I’m walking or driving, I pass one restaurant after the next. Whether it be a fast food chain, a small, family owned food business or a big fancy restaurant, food aromas fill the air. Chinese, Mexican, Asian, American! Burgers, wings, hot dogs, sandwiches, soup & salad bars, BBQ, steaks, seafood, dessert shops, bakeries, etc. etc. etc.
My senses go haywire; my head spins, my mouth waters and my stomach cries out: STOP THE HYSTERIA OF TEMPTATION & ITS UNREASONABLENESS!!
Like any subject in life, this too is either one you can relate to, or one you have no connection to at all. Maybe everyone doesn’t fight food addiction. Maybe some of you can eat ever whatever you want, as much as you want, as often as you want, and still suffer no side effects, including obesity. And then again, maybe there are some living in denial. But somewhere out there, because I am not an island, is a person who hears what I am saying! They admittedly say to themselves, “That’s me…that’s me!
For some of us, for whatever reason, food has become our adversary. It doesn’t seem fair. We rationalize until the cows come home. We try to counter balance our addiction with exercise – which most often than not never pans out. We try numerous diets that always fail, mostly because we cannot practice them for long periods of time. We try to convince ourselves if we only eat ‘bad’ once in a while (which starts off being once a month, but quickly turns to twice a month, then inevitably becomes weekly and then back to daily), it won’t hurt us. Not true! It’s a vicious cycle of failed attempts to control something we have no control over.
Or do we?
What I have come to learn in my life is: the best way to overcome an addiction is to avoid it in the first place. Steer clear of anything that has the potential of ruling & ruining your life.
But once an addiction grabs hold of us, there is still hope! Nothing is ever easy. Everything that is worth having in life requires prayer, dedication, conviction, hope & faith, and guess what? At that point, the WILL to do so is ours for the taking! Regaining our life is worth the hard work it requires to make happen, wouldn’t you agree?
We must remember that we can talk ourselves out of anything. It’s amazing. We want to be strong, but then that evil little enabling voice in our head starts chattering away like a brat who won’t be quite, and makes us believe that we deserve this food. “We’ve worked hard and therefore should be rewarded” it says. Then it goes on to tell us that “we are adults and that we only live once, so enjoy it while we can.” LIES! LIES! LIES! Make them go away!
They are all lies and half-truths! What we truly deserve is better than this. We don’t deserve obesity. We don’t deserve sickness, symptoms and disease. Don’t you want to be able to play with your children? Enjoy your spouse? Enjoy vacations? Travel? Take your elderly mother out into the world? You can’t do it by being overweight, on medication and just one ailment after the next. No! It’s hard to do anything with failing health; mentally and physically degrading health that is.
So when those voices start telling you that “just one BIG MAC,” or “just one night at your favorite restaurant eating crab legs, steak, and everything in between won’t hurt you,” just tell them where to go and mean it!
There is no such thing as just ‘this one time,’ or a ‘special occasion.’ We all know there are reasons a plenty. Tighten down the hatch and keep those temptations out. The answer is ‘YES,’ we do have control over our food addiction; or any addiction for that matter. We do not have control over many things in life, but we do have control over what we allow ourselves to think, believe, act, feel, eat & drink!
Start today, it’s the 1st day of the rest of your life. A slimmer you, a healthier you, a happier you and a SELF-CONTROLLED YOU is right around the corner!
Congrats on your decision to kick your food addiction! Let the ME-gan Lifestyle help you through! You are not alone. Go ahead, eat the world…just let Mother Nature be your table!
ME-gan love and self-control to you!