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Roller coaster life and gaining back given away weight should not be part of it

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

How many times do I have to smack myself back to reality and re-give away weight? I guess at least one more time because here I am again. Life has given my family so many life hurdles in the past year that I confuse myself trying to remember what and the sequence of everything that has occured. The one constant in all of this is God. I know He is in control. I have become reaquainted with 20 of the hard "given away" pounds. I do not feel comfortable in my body at this point. I have chosen the wrong foods and drank too much. It has taken it's toll and I have to be accountable for this. Life circumstances do not give me a free pass to destroy my eating habits.
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    Mary Pierce talking about dreams writes:
    "Or do I hold them gently and enjoy the incredible lightness of dreaming, confident that the God who gave them to me will supply the means for their fulfillment. In his time."
    I'm reading her book "When Did I Stop Being Barbie & Become Mrs. Potato Head?

    Your blog made me think of this statement. You have the strength to win this battle. Even if we have to keep fighting the same pounds over and over again.

    1902 days ago
    We just pick ourselves up and keep going by the grace of God - again.
    1907 days ago
    i am right with you once you get older you can not eat the same stuff you once did. sorry for all your troubles I hope 2013 is far better for you.
    1907 days ago
    I feel your pain. I too am familiar with the going back to bad habits we thought we had left behind. But you HAVE started again. It is never too late and we have never used up God's mercies. emoticon
    1907 days ago
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