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1 year has passed and....wow alot has changed

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Wow I can't believe my last entry was more than a year ago, but I guess it was. I have dropped quite a bit of weight - 52 lbs so far...and alot of sacrifices have been made too...primarily for 2012. When I look back at last year I was not very happy, I had a very bad work situation where I was harrassed by mean co-workers, which is probably one of the reasons I started losing alot of weight. I started praying regularly for weightloss and to love excercise. Now my car has died and I had to surrender it to the auto repair shop today. I am learning to use the public transportation system and I am walking quite a bit too... my prayers are being answered. My work situation got better when I moved into another building to work with other people in my unit. I was sad and I felt betrayed but I will get over it and move on...I have no choice. I also have to make a huge financial decision that could affect me for years to come. I am praying on that too. I feel much more free now. I realized that "things" can be replaced, relationships are important though and should be nurtured. I have a crush on someone who has the kind of qualities I would like to have in a husband, (hopefully someday) and I am learning to let go of the past and to forgive those who have hurt me. I don't know what's going to happen but I am committed to stay positive this year and take the good and the bad with a cheerful and grateful heart.
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  • v NUOVAELLE
    "The best things in life aren't things."
    I'm glad there are good changes happening in your life. Embrace them and keep this positive attitude.
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    1653 days ago
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