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Lookin how I feel....

Thursday, June 20, 2013

I am!

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HEALTHYMLB 6/22/2013 8:30AM

    you are great, so honest and inspiring, what a good attitude, I love your inspirational marriage story, so special, break the fast food, like the spark start a streak one day of no fast food, two days, etc. set it as a goal in spark if you need to, you can do it, how about the money you would have spent when you drive thru you put it in an envelope each time you succeed in driving by and not going in and you go on a special date with your husband? Or do something for you and treat yourself to a zumba class or a new exercise shirt? Have a great day, get some coffee!!!!! LOL!!!! I need to get mine, thanks for inspiring and sharing!!!! emoticon

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KARENKANDO 6/22/2013 8:18AM

    Love that beautiful smile when you talked about getting married and getting more committed to your "husband". You are simply beautiful! And that smile? OMG, it just adds volumes to your beauty. You shared alot of things that are stressful for you right now. . . and all I could think of was: is there any wonder she's feeling so poorly??? That's what stress does to us! It wears us down and steals our joy. I can totally relate to the fast food thing. It used to have a hold on me like you can't believe. I would eat McDonalds morning, noon and night if I could. But, not anymore. I tell myself really gross stuff to keep me from even pulling in the parking lot of one of those places. Maybe that would work for you too. Anyway - in all that you do - best of luck! You can do anything you set your mind too, I just know you can!!! Thanks for sharing. You inspired me! emoticon

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