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Finally a good week!!!

Friday, September 10, 2010

This week has gone well. I only missed one day of fitness. I had two nice hour long walks with my spark friends EVETROY and LILHLFPINT early in the week. I was brave enough to get back on the scale on Wednesday. Today I have posted a current weight. It's not great, but I will get it back down. It feels good to be honest and true to myself. Admitting how much I gained is a good step. Today it was down more than a pound since Wednesday. I feel better, now that I am walking and eating better. It's really nice to have silence in my house during my workout time. I am glad the spouse is back at work and the kids are at school. I think next week is going to go well too.

The last six months I could feel my forehead scrunching up from stress. I notice today my face felt relaxed. Awww, I am breathing normally again. Life is good right now.
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  • v LITTLESPARKLER
    I wish I could go on walks with you!! :( Sounds like a positive direction :)
    2145 days ago
  • v LILMISSRED79
    Jeannie, I'm so happy for you! It was hard for me to weigh myself when I finally got back to SP, but just like you said-- it was also a bit of a relief! Glad you're finding your stride.

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    Amy
    2147 days ago
  • v MT-MOONCHASER
    That's great news that your stress level is dropping. I don't know how you managed to keep your sanity this past year. You've done a great job keeping your family's roof over their heads and food on the table. I'll bet it was worth a few pounds!!

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    2147 days ago
  • v EVETROY
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    2147 days ago
  • v WIFEALF
    I am glad to hear you are back on track and you are starting to relax good for you!
    2147 days ago
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