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HEDGIEHOG

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I'm Baaaaack

Monday, September 14, 2009

Im too scared to weigh myself after a 2 week hiatus!

I will check on Sunday! Personal committment !!!

However as this is a Monday and I am now free of visitors, and anyone else around other than my little dog... its time to kick some butt!

I am starting to play badminton this evening at a local club as a way of kick starting myself pre-ski season and rather hope it is going to be good fun as I remember it! Got to get out of the house in any case and make these efforts!

I will write more later but for the moment I will eschew the foods I prepared for breakfast as I am now feeling strong and determined (at least until lunch?!)

Have a wonderful Monday all.

[Anecdote - I got into work at 6.30am - normal start time is 9am and my boss appeared around 7 - looked at me and said to the effect of... 'well at least you have a short journey in' to justify my early overtime?!?! Haaaaaaaaaaaaa

Im out of here at 5.30 no later!!!!]

TTFN
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  • v SAPNA.
    Dont think much of your boss. I hope he was joking. Good idea to wait a week before weighing yourself. You may be lucky and take off all you gained if you are really good this week. Wish you luck.
    Myrna.
    2446 days ago
  • v HEDGIEHOG
    I rather think I will have a weight gain... sadly but not to be anything other than deserved or expected especially after all the food I have scarfed down in the last few weeks! Sigh!!!!

    Thank you for the encouragement though!!!
    2446 days ago
  • v KING*GET*FIT
    This journey is a long one that will have lots of little detours. Just remember you are in it for the long haul and don't quit after one of these detours even if you have a weight gain.
    2446 days ago
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