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the sweet rewards of success.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

dreaming away to the 1st of may 2010,

today i am 45 years old and have reached my goal weight of 160lbs with i have achieved what i set out to do i have to decide what reward i would give first reward i got automatically with the weight loss.

1# to be fit and healthy.
2# to by a outfit or two,i certainly need it the old ones are drowning me.
3#some sexy underwear to put that look back in my husband´s eyes that he gave me on our wedding night.
4#a,new hair do and some really expensive purfume.
5#to go to a sp convention,to meet the people personally from sp to thank them for their help and to meet all you spark people who have helped me get to where i am more than you can know.

but to be honest now i am at my goal weight i don´t need any of the above rewards except the first one because i an now who i have always dreamed i would be and that is reward in it self.i don´t need it but sometimes it is good to have things just because you like them and not because you need them.

i now wake up from my dream to find i am now a day near my goal and also a step nearer,my dream is obtainable and i will hold on to it till i reach it.just like i will hold on to all you wonderful people at sp.thank you.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
HALLALUYAH 4/15/2009 4:10PM

    Awesome achievement Ever-Hopeful and I wish you continual success along your life's journey.....God bless you my friend.....Luyah

"Oh Yeah, you have been kicking some major butt girlfriend"
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QUEENGP 4/15/2009 6:20AM

    Loved the blog!!!! keep it up girlie, you can do it!!!

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CLHBENSON 4/15/2009 4:45AM

    Congrats and Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!!!

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