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I am still alive!

Monday, June 17, 2013

I'm still around... I've just been really slacking on the Spark. This past weekend I went to a hot air balloon festival and got to go up in a balloon :) This photo was taken just before the short tethered ride.

Anyway, at least once a week I've been thinking, "I need to get myself in line and get back to tracking," but I never do. Part of the reason why is I keep thinking, "This will be like every other time, and I won't keep up with it, so why bother?" I don't know if this time will be any different, but tomorrow morning I'm going to weigh and measure, then start tracking again.

I'll post more updates later, but here's one more photo... it's a vintage balloon-print dress I bought on Etsy! I just love it :)

I can wear it now (which surprised me), but it's tight across my stomach. Another incentive to get back to tracking :)

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Member Comments About This Blog Post:
TRIANGLE-WOMAN 6/17/2013 8:59PM

    You look positively tiny in the pictures on your Spark Page, but it is hard to tell under the baggy clothes! You might need to consider a wardrobe change or update to take into account all the weight you have lost.

Your face is very attractive and looks great with your hair pinned back (the one next to the Remax balloon) but you are swimming in that shirt! I would love to see you in some younger and hipper outfits! I love the dress with the balloons!

Do a "before" picture, then track for 30 days and see what happens....

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KIYOSHI04 6/17/2013 8:19PM

    glad to see you.
i cant tell you anything that you cannot tell yourself--you know you can do it. the question is, do you want to?

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