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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 husbandīs 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 donīt 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 donīt 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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