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2012 in the rear view mirror.

Monday, December 31, 2012

2012 was a good year for me! I remember thinking this time next year, I hope I'm in the 100s (done)! I hope to be off diabetes medication (done)! I hope to be off all hypertension medicine (half-way done, still on one). I hope to be in at least a size 14 (done, I'm in a 12). I have to give thanks to the Lord for my family's love, for allowing me to have gastric bypass surgery (in 09/11), my health and being able to exercise and move my body the way I want, for my job, a roof over a my head, clothes on my back, living in the United States of America, returning to college. I have many blessings in my life and I thank you Lord Jesus for all of them.

Here's to 2013! On a superficial note, I hope to lose about 25 more pounds and to become a walk leader through Leslie Sansone's program. I hope you all on Spark have a prosperous, healthy, happy year with your loved ones! emoticon emoticon Cheers!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
PHATBROWNBELLA 12/31/2012 11:01PM

    I am so proud of you, love you so much! Muah

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DIANER2014 12/31/2012 10:45PM

    Awesome accomplishments! Happy New Year to you and your family! emoticon

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DEEYOUCANDOIT 12/31/2012 11:33AM


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CHANGEISGOOD 12/31/2012 11:33AM

    Isn't it great to be able to look back and say "Wow, look what I've accomplished" ? Great job, thanks for sharing!

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TECAVINESS 12/31/2012 10:45AM

    Job well done. You are truly and inspiration to all. Wish you all the best in 2013 and keep up the good work. emoticon

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ONE_SUMMERTIME 12/31/2012 6:07AM

    Truly Inspirational! You are amazing!
Good Luck in 2013, may all your dreams come true

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