No need to undo

Friday, September 28, 2012

I lost 1/2 a pound! I'm only 5 pounds behind what my 'report' says I need to be at to get at my goal at the time I wanted to get to it. But I'm not sweating it. I'm over being ticked off about my non-loosing weight thing. And this is why...

I'm running with the C25K program and on my 5th week and finally feeling the great feeling I felt last year while running all the time. I know that the weight will eventually start dropping when it's time to. My main focus now is not only learning how to cook healthier (thank you Spark Recipes) but getting back into the love for running (more like fast walking pace to most haha) I don't care if some can walk as fast as I run. Right now I'm running about 13 min miles. I don't care who's watching from their windows while I am straining to improve my running. I'm doing more than they are and THAT makes me feel good. I'm sure they are wishing they would get off their butt and run like me. Anyone that drives by me while I'm out and running either thumbs up me, waves or just smiles. That makes my hart swell like no other. It lets me know that I AM doing something good and it keeps me going. (thank you neighbors!)

So... If you're still with me in this blog post... bless you :) but let me also explain about my blog entry title 'No need to undo'. I was at work this last Wednesday and going throughout my day doing what I do day after day. Finally had to go pee so off to the bathroom I went. What??? I don't have to undo my pants to go? just drop them like a pare of sweat pants? OMG! How exciting. I said to myself, 'screw you non weight loss! who needs you anyway?'. The running and change of cooking style IS working!

OK... time to let you go. Thanks for staying with me through this ramble. :) Have a great day and keep moving forward!
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