Beginning Week 2

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Hooray!! Starting week 2 on this fantastic journey 11 pounds lighter!! YAY!!! I am also quite proud of myself for facing a major phobia yesterday! I have this irrational fear of stairs I can see through. I am also very skittish without my glasses because without them I am legally blind. So, my fiance and I went to a local motel pool with a water slide! YAY......or so I thought! The two story stairs above the concrete floor were see-through! Even the platform where the slide began I could see the concrete floor two stories below me! EEEEK! BUT, with the help of my AMAZING honey, I got up there! And that slide was worth it! I went up not once, not twice, but 10 times! I AM NOT GOING TO LET FEAR OF ANYTHING STAND IN THE WAY OF MY GOALS ANY MORE!! If I could do that, I can do anything........well, except fly or something crazy unreal like that! Anyways, I hope everyone has a great and productive week!!

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    Awesome news! You're really lucky to have such a supportive honey to be there for you. Of course, you're also doing a great job of facing up to your fears, and doing some great work on the weight loss. Go you!
    1892 days ago
    LOL! I am glad I am not the only one afraid of those stairs! Even if you don't lose any weight you have gained knowledge AND you should be proud of yourself for being able to get through a bad week and not give up! Just believe in yourself, girl!! You can do this! If you ever need to talk just drop me a line! Good luck at weigh-in, but don't judge yourself too harshly; your human, enjoy it!! emoticon
    1893 days ago
    Fantastic... I don't care for see through stairs either.. I just started my week three.. Will be weighing in tomorrow crossing my fingers that I lost something even if just a single pound.. I had a bad week this last week... emoticon
    1893 days ago
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