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    MIAJOEB   202,865
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Thursday, February 17, 2011

So I ate way to many calories and have not had a good week.
I cannot make myself wake up early in the morning and get off to the mall and walk.
It is not hard. it just takes persistence.
I have had many beautiful days when I chose to go home and sleep instead of taking that walk that will make me feel better.
I miss my friends that I walk with and I miss the feeling of accomplishment.
So I resolve to walk tomorrow at 8 at the mall.
At 9:30 on Saturday I will walk with any one who shows up at Maidu Library ( Rocky Ridge between Cirby and Douglas.) To meet and greet and walk.

I do not want to go back to the way I used to look.


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POORGIRL_DIET 2/21/2011 3:53PM

    Hey hun, I am right here with you and know how you feel. We can do this hun!

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DOLPHINKARIN 2/18/2011 1:05AM

    I am right there with you. This week has been so tough for me. I just can't seem to get back on this dumb wagon. Doesn't this thing have a seatbelt?

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ECONLADY 2/17/2011 6:38PM

    Add me to that group. I'm getting over being sick and its rainy and cold. I hate to put on workout clothes and face the weather. But I will feel better if I get out.

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SNUZSUZ 2/17/2011 3:18PM

    emoticon I think that "lazy bug" is going around:)

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MISS_VIV 2/17/2011 12:58PM

    I have been feeling pretty LAZY too...although I have been on the treadmill (just not as much as I could or should)... Hopefully spring (or some other MIRACLE) WILL kick me in the but and get me going....

It will get better and I am glad that you have plans to get up to Maidu. I don't know if I can make it or not..(there is that procrastination working).... and it would be great.


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