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4 Years

Sunday, January 08, 2012

Today marks my 4 year sparkaversary. Hard to believe that 4 years ago today I said enough is enough and after watching a weight loss special on tv and the segment about SP I joined.

Even more amazing is the fact that I am still here. Oh I have had my ups and downs, met my goals and then gain some back, ran a long ways and then stopped. But you know what I am still here, I am running, logging, working out and losing weight.

Over these last 4 years I have learned a lot about myself and what makes me tick, what triggers me to eat and what keeps me going. I think a lot of that is do to the awesome leadership of one Mrshoneyc aka Rita. Poor Rita had the privilege of getting stuck with the largest spark class in history 50,000+ but through her leadership there are still a lot of us here 4 years later plugging along, don't believe me go to your spark classes page and see where it is on the leader boards. After 4 years ours is still in the top 20, that is an amazing thing to me. Thak You Rita.

I can hardly wait to see what this tear brings along with the next 4
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  • v DARLINGDREAMS
    Key to living life - happiness - is letting go of limiting and self-sabotaging patterns that are creating fear, procrastination, and confusion, resulting in lost and wasted time, money and energy


    1571 days ago
  • v ANNARUTH2
    Hey Greg I am right there with you. I will have my 4 year anniversary tomorrow. As long as we don't give up we still have a chance to make it. I thank Rita too for the help she gave us. I don't think she even realizes the impact she had on her team. and I thank her for that!
    Keep on keeping on!
    Anna
    1599 days ago
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