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Appreciating Life.

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Today I watched my friend grieve as she buried her husband. I thought wow it's so crazy how one day your here and the next day your not. You know loving myself enough to get healthy is totally about me and what I want. It's just hard when I see a person like Tom fight for his life needing a new heart. Not win that fight and here I complain about doing exercise to protect the one I have. My thought while at the funeral was am I living life or am I so caught up in it that life is living me? Being healthy has to remain my steadfast focus I need to remove myself from contributing to an early death. emoticon

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X5X52000 3/9/2013 9:24PM


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LADYGSC 3/8/2013 8:18PM

    So sorry for your friend's loss! I remember having pains in my heart before I lost any weight and I am so thankful that God turned me around and gave me the motivation to work on my health! Keep sparking and be blessed!

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PLATINUM755 3/6/2013 11:56PM

    My heart goes out to you, your friend and her family. And sounds like you're walking away with exactly what you should when you lose a loved one...because we're all a loved-one to someone and we have to take the steps needed to prolong our life as long as we can. emoticon

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MALAMI518 3/6/2013 8:56PM

    I am sorry! I am also appreciating life tonight after hearing about two people dying much too young from cancer. Great job working to protect and prolong your health! I am working for that, too.


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FITWITHIN 3/6/2013 7:07PM

    Sorry to hear about your friend husbands. Keep pushing forward on making the healthy changes to reach your goals. emoticon

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