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Tuesday, February 05, 2013

I wasn't sure if I would ever get my mojo back after losing 50lbs 2 years ago and then gaining it all back, but it looks like I did!!!!!
It started out rough and then I lost about 6 pounds, then nothing for a month and a half, now for 4 weeks straight I have lost pounds! Granted it isn't a lot of poundage, but I am happy none the less!
I have been walking every morning before work and have now started walking/jogging! Yes! I started jogging again, I love jogging, if feels great! I use to do it all the time when I was smaller, I would jog 2 miles a day and weighted about 110 pounds for a long time, hoping to get back into that again!
I believe I have convinced my husband to buy a treadmill once the tax return money gets here, I would seriously use that thing multiple times a day!!

On the home-front, the step-children will be moving back to Florida come June. This is a step in the right direction, we got along so much better when they didn't live with me. I feel bad for my husband, because he feels like they are abandoning him, but hopefully he can find a job down there and we can live close to them! I would love to move back to Florida, I miss it soooo much!

Anywhoo, that about wraps up my thoughts for the day, hope everyone has a great day!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
HA_MONICA83 2/12/2013 5:13PM

    Thats great! Gives me hope!!! If you can do this, I can do this....we can do this! :)

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40LESSOFERIN 2/7/2013 10:07AM

    YAY!!! Great job on staying the course!! It does pay to not give up!! Thank you for the reminder.

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LEVELPATHS 2/6/2013 12:39PM

    Excellent! :-)


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TDEMAIO2 2/5/2013 7:20PM

    Good for you : ) Keep up the GREAT work! the weight will come off stick with it :D

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