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Why?

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Just sitting here trying to figure out WHY I quit coming here...I have been back for two days now and already feeling better about myself even though I have gained all my weight back and have a Blood Glucose Average that is ALARMINGLY HIGH! Why do we do these things to ourselves? This was the place where I could come for so much encouragement...yet I let life get in my way...

I guess I am writing this as a reminder when I start to let myself slip again....I can come here to remind myself WHY I am here!!!!
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  • EVER-HOPEFUL
    welcome back love.i know i am a bit late responding but am not on the computer much since i have coe out of hospital the eye doesn´t let me look at the computer screen much but i am trying to catch up.keep up the good work,you can do this emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1803 days ago
  • NORASPAT
    Welcome back. You can do it. Top priority is portion control and exercise. If you dont like walking at least try some Strength training to get some muscle tone back, it also helps to burn calories. Most important it lowers your Blood Sugar. I am about to be 68 years old and I am doing great with Spark except I spend too much time on the computer. I am alawys here for the team Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1825 days ago
  • CHOCOHOLIC2276
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    1826 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Welcome back and hope you stick with it! Support is so important in developing a healthier lifestyle. And if your blood sugars are high, all the more reason . . . right!?! I know, I know . . . preaching to the choir. Stick with it. We're here for you.
    1827 days ago
  • LIBELULITA
    Welcome back. Hope you stay with us. emoticon
    1827 days ago
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