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Sorry SP Me!

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

That's my son's way of saying, "I'm sorry!". His version is "Sorry Mumma, Me!" It couldn't be cuter.

Well, I do want to apologize to all my Spark friends and those of you that have stopped by to read my blogs or check out my page. I feel like I've failed all of you and that has kept me from really being involved in SP again for a long time now.

I also feel ineffective in many facets of my life. I need to worker harder at work and create more structure and boundaries at home. Both hubby and I are super laid back at home and it's causing things to be a little too loosey goosey. As we look towards our son's ability to be ready for kindergarten next fall, we need to consider that some structure is necessary to help him assimilate into the 'real world' that is public school.

I desire to do better, but desire isn't anything without action behind it.

I'm starting work with a life coach on Friday and I hope this will really jump start my efforts to change our life. Change in this case isn't just for me - it's needed for me and my family.

Just wanted to say hi and share what's on my mind.

Hugs to you all!
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    emoticon You are so right and your mind is on the right track. This isn't just about you and your weight loss, there is a bigger picture and as we get ourselves healthier, we also need to make our environment healthier too. Including our households and finances, our circle of friends and our community. It all eventually comes together, as you get better you naturally start doing other things better too. As long as you don't give up YOU CAN TOTALLY DO IT!
    2001 days ago
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    Amy, we're all still here whenever you're ready to play!
    2002 days ago
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