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Rough Week...

Monday, July 28, 2008

Last week was pretty rough. I was going through a breakup of an unhealthy relationship and was very sad and depressed. On Thursday I made it home from work..and couldn't walk well because I overexerted my ankle. It was rather odd because my ankle wasn't swollen..and it felt like a bone was outta place. OUCH! emoticon SO I was crying over a loser...unable to walk..and sleeping as much as possible. So finally on Saturday I take a shower..and my ankle is able to have some weight on it. I didnt work out or watch what I ate from Thurs-Sat. I was overwhelmed by the 175 pounds I want to lose. I actually felt like it was unattainable...BUT!!..I picked myself up...figured that losing the loser was a great thing..and finally left the house on Sunday to go to was exactly what I needed. I needed to be reminded to have faith. Today I went to work out...I walked a mile on the treadmill at 2.5mph..and I swam for at least 30 mins. It's always hard to get to the club..but once you accomplish your feel tons better. I really need you guys at this time..seriously. HELP!! emoticon

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DIAMNDSPRKLMOM 12/17/2008 6:39PM

    Anytime you need a friend I'll be right here. Keep smiling because things will turn out just fine. emoticon

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LILYPEARL 7/28/2008 10:43PM

    emoticon You are always supported by your Spark Friends. If you ever want to talk, just spark mail me.

You are doing the right thing to release those who are not good for you. Change is usually uncomfortable at first. You seem to be doing very well.

You are smart to go to church. Your relationship with the God is the most important relationship.

Lily emoticon

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SMONTY77 7/28/2008 9:58PM

    One way to look at it, since you've lost the loser it could feel like you've lost a ton.

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