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Blogless in Livermore

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Well hello everyone.
Here I am .... again.... trying to hop back on the horse. Ive read through my prior blogs and am stunned by their message. I suppose over the past summer of eating way to much junk, I should have just gone within to find the answer that I had all along. This journey is not easy. This journey takes effort - more than pulling in through McDonalds. This journey takes time and patience as well plan and prepare meals. However, this journey gives us the energy to do it. It is a wonderful symbiotic relationship - the more good food and exercise you give your body - the more strength and energy it rewards you with.

I started this entry as blogless in Livermore as I had not idea what to say today - I ate my way through the summer. I am working way too much and not paying attention to myself. I saw an interesting comic - it was a doctor telling a patient if you dont find the time to eat right and exercise now, you will have 24 hour a day to do it when you die. That is the truth of the matter. This weight thing is a life and death matter for many. It may not kill us today but it certainly will soonner than later. It will rob us of fun times in retirement. It will make us age and tire earlier rather than later. It will rob us of experiencing life to the fullest.

So today, I take charge - veggies here I come. To Mr McDonald - I am going to pack my lunch and be prepared so that Im not famished at 2pm and tempted by your golden arches. To all of you, live long and well.

Laureen
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    You go girl!
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    Happens to the best of us! Welcome back!!
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