Walking, Pictures, and Husband!!!

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

A vlog about how i feel on a few things!!!
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    You are just someone I wish I knew in real life, you just ooze awesomeness, and I really mean that. :) I know EXACTLY what you mean about the anxiety of going outside and walking. I live RIGHT across the street from a beautiful park where SO many people go walking and running every single day, yet I refuse to do it. I also might add that whenever I look there is not one overweight person out there. I am so afraid of sticking out like a sore thumb. I wish we were near each other so we could walk together and tell people to suck it. ;) But you are so right, at least we are trying and we have to try not to let others discourage us. I feel the same way about pictures too, I'm always trying to hide and I've missed out on a lot of memories and opportunities because of it, and I regret some of that now. :( I love the example you are setting for your daughter, you just rock! :D emoticon
    2105 days ago
  • AKICH99
    very inspiring vlog, thank you for posting it. Good luck on your journey.
    2106 days ago
    You look extra pretty in this blog and I love the bow! Adalynns work i presume?! lol and AH anxiety?! I know anxiety Im gonna tell ya alllll about it!
    2106 days ago
    I totally understand about the pictures, I usually run and hide when I see a camera. I think that your new attitude about pictures is awesome and I love that your promoting self confidence and self love to your daughter - girls are bombarded with images of how they should look from a very young age and low self esteem is a very big problem for younger and younger girls nowadays. I`m so happy Adalyn (hope i spelled that right ) has a mom who is looking out for her, you go awesome mommy! Awesome job on the weight loss!

    2106 days ago
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