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KANSASC
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Friday, March 23, 2012

I've been MIA from this site for AGES. I still use my SP iPhone app sporadically but I haven't blogged in many moons. I have been lurking around this week and decided I should finally post a blog entry. Nothing much to say except that I am trying to get back into the "spark" of things. I am returning to Haiti this summer and then a family beach vacation as well and I just really want 2012 to be the year I FINALLY reach my weight loss goals. I am about 8lbs heavier than I was last summer - so that means I am still playing "catch up" at this point. Just praying I don't have many days like yesterday. I have tracked my food and done great all week then yesterday I crashed & burned and woke up with a major food hangover :( BUT today is a new day so I'm moving forward.
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  • v GOURMETLOSER
    Glad you found your way back.
    If you need encouragement then we're here for you. Just yell and we'll come running. I'm sure you can lose some of those pounds before all those wonderful vacations you're planning.
    Blessings
    Margaret
    1555 days ago
  • v SWEETZMIX
    Welcome back again!

    Don't worry if you focus you will reach your goals!
    1556 days ago
  • v SPARKENISTA
    Kansas--You look amazing! It's good to hear from you. Glad you're doing well as well as doing good in Haiti. Hope to hear from you again soon!

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    1556 days ago
  • v KANSASC
    Thanks, Kimmirita! And actually back in January I was 20lbs heavier than last summer!! So I have lost 12lbs since January which isn't too bad...
    1556 days ago
  • v -KIMMI-
    8 pounds heavier than a year ago is not so bad. Welcome back Kansas!!!
    1556 days ago
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