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Tuesday, October 12, 2010


The good news is that I weighed this morning and I am still at 180. Been there for months except one brief couple of days I hit 179 so I know it is possible. I am happy to still be at 180 because that means I have not gained back the 8 lbs I lost this year. I am maintaining in spite of a wedding and eating occasions and going out and not cooking due to renovations, etc. I have to regroup myself and decide how to proceed. I am leaning toward actually joining WW and going to meetings but I have to be ready to commit and with the rest of this month's activities, it may not be a good time. Maybe after I see my son and his wife who are avid WW's this weekend, I will be ready. They will be good motivators.

I did walk this morning with my friend Pat and that is good. And yesterday I walked the dog so at least I am moving about. I am loving my new quilting hobby and have finished 6 blocks on my latest quilt project. Thursday night, I am going to attend the Silver Threads Quilt Group meeting. Can't wait to take my blocks for show and tell. Am I crazy or what? Later.
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    Good luck to you!!!

    Wendy emoticon
    2245 days ago
    It sounds like you are excited about your new hobby !
    Good for you !
    It looks like quite a few of us are "stuck at the same weight !
    BUGGYS has suggested upping the exercise a bit.
    I think that is a very good idea !
    Also, I think it important to be careful about food and water intake,
    and the amount of sleep we get !
    2245 days ago
    I gained some weight this summer and am back to where I was before but I have been stuck at the same weight for quite a while now. Maybe we have to up the exercise a bit!
    2245 days ago
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