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Laughing all the way!

Saturday, May 12, 2012

I have made it three weeks eating healthy. Today was my weight day. I gained one pound. For some reason that struck me funny. I have counted calories, wrote them down exercised some. In general did a good job this week. I admit I could have exercise more but I could not get my food right and I would have low sugar. I think I finally got it. I needed a little more protein.
I also know how good walking is for me, for the blood sugar and over all feeling stronger and good. So this morning I went out to walk. I got to walk five minutes and it started raining. That struck me funny also. I will wait between showers and make another lap, little rain won't get me down. I have done real good these last three weeks and I am looking forward to getting my life back like I want it so these little things like scales, rain, dropping blood sugar is funny. Its just another little things trying to set me back and it won't work. I use to let the scales rule me but not now. My clothes are looser, my attitude is wonderful. I can be just living life and I will have a flash of when I reach my goal and I laugh. That strikes me as funny also. This transformation is so great it makes me laugh. I know this is a long process but what fun I will have and I will be laughing all the way. emoticon
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  • v TORTILLAFLATS
    Enjoyed reading your blog. Great attitude. Laughing does make us feel better, now if I could only laugh when I gain a pound! lol

    Have a great day new friend!

    Hugs, Gail
    1441 days ago
  • v GRAMTOTWO
    Love your blog! You made me laugh. Need to have some of your attitude come my way. emoticon
    1477 days ago
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