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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Hiya Team,

Thought I'd make this a Blog instead of posting in my Team(s) Chat. I've been away for awhile caregiving for an uncle that was in a very bad hit and run accident, him being the victim. He's doing alot better...he has some bad days here and there, but not as frequent as before. Which I'm very glad to see him recovering well, getting his strength back and whatnot. So, thought I'd get back to taking care of me. I wasn't able to keep up on my walks or exercise daily, been on call with him 24/7 basically, gained back all that I have lost from lots of munching and not staying focused in keeping myself healthy in the process while I've been taking care of him. And I tell you I really let myself down! Not the first time, of course. Happens every time I see to others with their needs and forget about mine all together. Well tomorrow is a new day and new beginning......gonna start my walks again early in the morning, then P90X when I get home in the evening during the few hours I have before I have to get back to my uncle in the late evening. Still "No Smoking"......YIPPEE for me! And honestly I have had my moments where I had gotten a craving for one, but told myself "NO" no matter how depressing I felt cause of the gained back weight....(from no smoking also is how I've gained it back so quickly). And to not go back to it is a real accomplishment for me! So back to "Me" and making a Healthy New Start once again. I'll keep in touch, back to tracking when I'm able as well......God Bless to all my Spark Friends.......Have a Blessed Week. emoticon
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    Glad your uncle is doing better. And glad you are on track to take care of yourself.
    2030 days ago
    It's important to take care of you first. Congrats on not smoking, that's a major accomplishment. I'm very proud of you. So glad your Uncle is doing better. He's still in my prayers. Wishing you a wonderful day. Hang in there hun. emoticon
    2035 days ago
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