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The Beginning

Wednesday, December 05, 2012

I was walking up the stairs. Finally home! Man, I'm starving! I guess I'll have some pizza rolls. Well, those were good. Wonder what the serving size was. Oh! 6 rolls? I think I had like, 15. You know what sounds good? Some oreos! Yep, those hit the spot. *throws away package* Well, I'm not hungry anymore! In fact...bleh, my stomach hurts! Tuna tetrazzini for dinner...I ate one bite, and couldn't eat any longer. My stomach felt bloated. Ugh, I hate this feeling. Let me see this package...those pizza rolls had trans fat! I put those in my body! Man I really regret eating all that food. I'll go hit the treadmill. After my hour long workout, I still felt full, when ususally after working out I'm hungry. So I went on my computer, knowing I had a problem. I had known about SparkPeople, and started. This was yesterday. Today is December 5, 2012. That girl who stuffed herself with food is still me. I get severe food cravings like that at least once a month. I'll eat and eat and eat until I can't eat any more. It's always junky food, too. So here I am, doing what I can to keep me from destroying my body. I am overweight. I have been nearly all my life. I don't want to be this girl. I want this to be my past. I want to look back on this and think, "man I'm glad sparkpeople was there." I haven't changed yet. I mean, it's only been one day! But I know, with this site's help, I can change. I can't change the past, of course, but I can change what lies ahead. So here we go. (please note, I am not crazy. I think of me and future me as two persons. She's there, not physically, but mentally and she's cheering me on. "Come on! If you don't get on that treadmill, I will cease to exsist!" I will be her. Even if it takes an hour of my time each day until April.)
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