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Thursday, February 14, 2013

The last time I blogged, I was talking about how I wasn't in denial--how I had gained 70 pounds but had not returned to 370. Last week, I got on the scale and I was 370 again! I had lost 156 pounds and gained every pound back. Now, I am facing starting anew. First week in I have lost 12.2 pounds. Here we go again.
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  • v AMBERHOPE
    Glad you are back!
    1182 days ago
  • v SPARKLINGHOPE
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    1195 days ago
  • v OZARKMARY
    emoticon BACK!!! You have come back to where you KNOW you will get support. emoticon your life is at stake. Today is the beginning of the rest of your life, as the saying goes. Just drink the water, track your food, get extra steps in your day and Spark daily. I have found that Sparking keeps me accountable and when I don't I am like a drunkin' sailor not keeping track of anything. I step on the scale often enough, like I need to as my clothes don't fit, to watch my gain. I am back on track and feel better already. Down 5 "big ones". Best of luck to you and have a beautiful Valentines Day! emoticon
    1195 days ago
  • v NIKKICOLE83
    I am so sorry! I know how hard it was for me to come back after losing and regaining 47 lbs. 156 lbs required a big effort and must hurt 100 times more. They say the hardest part is keeping it off. You at least know what it will take to get there again and whether you lose that much weight again or not, just try to focus on what got you there and the healthy habits you picked up and you will be good in no time.
    1195 days ago
  • v DLBROWN93
    Congratulations on your weight loss.

    Thanks for this blog today, it is so timely with what I am going through. emoticon
    1195 days ago
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