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I'm allergic to dogs and exercise!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

The blog I wrote disappeared again and I have to do it over again. I so wish they would fix that.

I haven't blogged for awhile and it's because I quit exercising. The weather got bad, I went into a slump and can't get myself out of it. I need some help with that.

The good news is that my weight is the lowest it has been since starting Spark 6 months ago. I've been losing very slowly, but that's a good thing. I was actually shocked when I got on the scale this morning and it was such good news. Making progress is such a motivator.

I am currently dog sitting for my sister's show dog who is gorgeous and funny and fun to have here other than the fact that my allergy to dogs is making my eyes red and itchy. It's hard not to cuddle her because she is a cuddle master!
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  • v MIPPY265
    WTG on the weight loss! The exercise will come back someday. When your ready to do it you will. Sometimes we just need a break!
    1993 days ago
  • v TAYLORCRAFTBC65
    Way to go kid!! I'm the reverse, I have an Austrailian Cattle Dog that sleeps in the bed with us, and I have no problem, but if a cat enters the room, my sinuses close up and I start sneezing.
    1994 days ago
  • v NICOLELOVESGOD
    Good job with the weight!
    1994 days ago
  • v LADYZHERRA
    Taking a break from exercise can often cause you to lose weight. It happens to me all the time. It's usually a sign that you're either doing too much or not eating enough to support your activity.
    1994 days ago
  • v WHOSDATGIRL
    Congrats on ur weight loss, u'll be exactly where u want to be in no time. :-)
    1994 days ago
  • v MABTE52
    Allergic yet dog-sitting what a wonderful person you are!!

    I am proud of you and your weight loss!

    1994 days ago
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