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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

I realized last week that I will probably not reach my goal of 130# and that is okay. My doctor is happy with my weight being around 140# and I am happy if it is less than 140#. People say I'm "thin" at this weight, and I am noticeably thinner than I was. My clothes fit well and I feel good.
I've begun walking with my Schnauzer puppy. We started with a mile and will work our way up from there. It is good for both of us, as well as my husband and his old German Shepherd. I do walk a lot in my work and those days we don't walk. During the summer I don't work much, so a very early morning walk is a good start to the day.
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    I've been maintaining 143 for 9 months, trying to get down to 125. Nobody wants me to lose more but me. I want to get down to the weight I was 5 years ago AND FIT INTO "THAT' DRESS. The doctor told me to throw that dress away. I'm not at all happy, so I will press on despite other people thinking I should stop emoticon
    1695 days ago
    good for you, where you are healthy and happy, and look and feel pretty good to yourself, that is what is important, me too, I think I will forget that 117, when I get there I can not maintain it anyway, (or really do not want to) so I am pretty happy with me where I am at, maybe 4 more pounds
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  • BADBRY72
    1695 days ago
    If your doctor is happy and you are happy, sounds like you are at the right place. emoticon Sounds like you are at a healthy place you can maintain and you feel good - that's wonderful!

    Hope you enjoy those puppy walks. We used to have a miniature Schnauzer - he was so fun.
    1695 days ago
    Keep up the good work! emoticon
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