Wednesday, March 12, 2008

haha - well to ay i worked hard at the gym - my heartrate was high, but i also felt the high of the work out and it felt good - my mom and i then took a dip in the hot tub to ease those aching muscled and then in the steam room (sooo not my thing) and left the gym refreshed and energized - it was great - we did a little easter shopping and then i can home for lunch and a nap. it was a good day - still struggling with food being loud and i question if i'm eating too much - but i hope and pray god leads me on the path i need to be on - and i'm so grateful he prompted my mom t use a little tough love (i use that term loosely) - i'm back to work tomorrow - and i think i need to read my poems to focus on just for today, staying positive and living today, not yesterday or tomorrow - the rose coloured glasses leave and the cravings start and i question why i can't eat treats like they do on tv, or like those eating at mcdonalds - but then i remind myself that those foods that have been created and processed to death aren't food - they leave no nurishment in my body and i don't eat to fill my body but to nurish it - feeling totally low today, but i guess i'll crawl into bed soon enough - breakfats and lunch are ready for tomorrow and i'm happy to say good night - and god bless...
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    What an amazing time we had together! I'll remember it for a long time! It was nice not to rush in, workout, then rush out again. I'm really proud of you for what you did today - not just the exercise, but making the choice to do it. It took a strong will and a LOT of maturity! Kudos!
    3635 days ago
    I've been thinking about checking out the "eating clean diet" it seems to operate on the whole NOT PROCESSED FOODS idea. I don't really know anything about it but reading your entry reminded me I intend to look at it. :) Anyway. I'm glad you accomplished your goals for today and got that workout in! GO YOU!
    3636 days ago
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