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Changing my way of thinking....

Monday, April 23, 2012

Ok. Yes…I'm in a pretty chipper mood today. I've decided not to dwell on how long it's going to take me to achieve my goals and instead I'm going to focus on actually MAKING it happen. I have so much going for me already; a happy, healthy, loving family, my puppy dog, a roof over my head, people who will go above and beyond to help me out, and of course I have my car. LOL I'm also close to the degree I've been working towards and hopefully going to be accepted into Grad school. Soooo… the past almost 3 years since spitting from my ex-husband I'm doing pretty dang good. I haven't gained anymore…and I've managed to keep off what I've lost so far. HOWEVER…it's time to get serious. I'm going to attempt this one-track-mind thing that mostly ALL of my guy friends have. HA HA! No offense to any of you guys reading this but when you all have something in mind….it's like that's all you think of and that's where your main focus lies. Ladies, you know what I'm talking about right? So….in the weight-loss healthy department….I'm going to attempt thinking like a dude. LOL

Hmmm….Other random thoughts for today? I hate when my computer will not load the internet at work because of some server switch…..hmmm and I hate when there doesn't seem to be enough hours in the day because today seems a little crammed packed. Sooo…this won't be posted until I get home or the service is fixed.

Can't wait for Zumba this evening tho….& then din din with my bestest friend ever! Hopefully the work part of my day goes by quickly.
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    you can do this girlie i am here for you and you know this :) much love i also posted a new blog check it out hahaha
    1944 days ago
    way to go with the dude tude. and slow computers are majorly annoying.
    1944 days ago
    Way to go you can do it
    1944 days ago
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