Thank you for supporting me through my difficult blog post. I think I have turned out pretty good despite my parents but dang I just wish they would tell me that they are proud, that I have done good. I have been chasing that acknowledgment my entire life. The only reassurance I have is that when my daughter was here on earth, I made sure everyday to share a moment with her, to let her know how loved she was, to look her in the eyes and tell her I was proud of her. I know that even in her short life, that made a difference.
I have decided against talking to my dad about it because honestly, I don't think he gives a damn. And his NOT being affected by my pain would break me apart.
I have misplaced my exercise motivation - not sure where I left it, but it has been MIA for a while now. While bouncing around on SparkPages today trying to find my motivation, I stumbled upon your page. Your smile made me smile, and your words of wanting to be a happier, heathier wife and mother struck a chord. I noticed that your blog entries were numbered daily and decided to have a peek at what your have been accomplishing for the last 43 days. EXERCISE!! WOW this is just what I needed to see.
I just wanted to say thanks! Although I am not sure that I have completely found my misplaced motivation, you have definitely put me on the right path to tracking it down. You have got the wheels turning in my head, and that is a good start!
I knew that my issue with exercise was accountability - but I was not sure how to make myself accountable. Now I have an idea!