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Well I now am without excuse...

Thursday, February 23, 2012

I've spent a good part of the last two years bemoaning my job taxing all my time.

WEll last month the hotel I managed burnt down and I'm working only part time at home now. So I have no excuse for not getting back into shape.

I quit smoking on Christmas day and this saturday it will be 2 months, which is good, but I'm up 15 pounds from my goal weight which is not good. I have to take action now.

My daughter is getting married in June and I want to look fabulous.

So rather than bemoaning how sad it is about the hotel and how lost I feel. I'm going to see it as an opportunity to not only get back in shape again, but I've set myself a new lower goal weight. My original goal weight was 155, today I weighed in at 168. I've decided to go for a goal weight of 140 pounds. I'm not sure...I might not look good at that weight, if I start to look scrawny I 'll stop before that, but I think I might like 140 pounds.

So I'm back in the thick of it, I have no more excuses.

Lets spark on people, and make our goals come true...It can be done...I've done it before and I'll do it again. BAby steps.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CAPECODSANDI 2/26/2012 6:35AM

    What a great attitude you have!!! I think having your daughters wedding coming up is a great goal. It worked for me and my own wedding....dropped 50 pounds! You CAN do it! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Love your page background and colors, just beautiful!

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SNUZSUZ 2/24/2012 9:17AM

    congratulations on your quit and your great attitude!

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ANNAREE 2/23/2012 9:34PM

    You are amazing
Keeping your quit through all of this
You can do whatever you put your mind too

cheers annaree emoticon

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