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Oct 31, 2008
Friday, October 31, 2008
I am back to trying and praying I can get my control on my diet, I gain a few pounds back instead of keep them off. Too much junk food. My weakness is when I am in public and there is sweets! I especially love Choc. so got to pray and only He can help me get control! So now back to getting from day to day and leave most the snacking alone. Maybe one small sweet a day is okay if I can just stick with that. Anyone reading, please say a prayer for me. Thanks.
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It was wonderful to get a treat and a note from you, especially on this day.
11/11/99 was my last cigartette. My boyfriend quit on the same calendar date four years laster. So we will go today for an overnight celebration get-away.
You and I have little personal background in common, but the bond that binds is our desire to live lithe and lean, healthy and clean. This is enough, in fact, the only criteria for familyfriendship. All who come into my circle of friends become family of choice. It's the best I can do with what is, and a grateful way to appreciate the good in life.
I am all the way back to 165 pounds today, as I said. I am nervous about being vulnerably open to this guy I know who loves me and is sharing my apartment now. My feelings are more limited for him than he for me. But regardless of that, any excuse would be present if I was out of control. That's just what addicts do! Make excuses for being irresponsible.
I must go out with the dogs now, but again, thank you for your good timing and sincere support. I don't want to give up on myself. I just want to find out what's 'eating ME'!
2850 days ago
Comment edited on: 11/11/2008 9:16:19 AM
Just take it one meal, one day at a time. we all have a hiccup now and then I am still trying to get some off that I put back on, but it is happening slowly, and as long as you keep climbing back on that wagon, you will get there
2860 days ago
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