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    JOE14250   32,405
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guess what - obese again!

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Keep sliding back and forth over the line! That is the way progress goes. Just some fun with the labels we give to things. Labels are important to motivate us; manufacture crises to be dealt with, since so many times we wait for the crisis to deal with issues. Labels also trigger action in other ways too!

Success is really a spiral staircase upward but with many steps down then up. The top is reserved for the persistent who are the stubborn with another label.

At least I am playing with the obese line not the 200 line which was my last game. I may still revisit that one. We can never get too cocky! Humility is born of past humiliations, of course!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SWEETCLEANER 8/25/2013 11:33PM

    Never Give Up!!! You can do it Joe!

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MRSMILLER777 8/21/2013 5:41PM

    love your perspective... keep going! You're doing great!

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LOWLEITHA 8/19/2013 12:22AM

    Can't wait to get that close to the line. I feel healthier than obese, I guess that is at least something. emoticon

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GRANDMABABA 8/18/2013 11:39PM

    Great success to you!

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    Did you go to 3C's? I like it there but have not been there for a long time. That must have been a nice walk.
Keep pushing Joe, you will get there!

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FRENCHTOSD 8/18/2013 3:12PM

    I remember this time. I am flirting with being "normal" now. Only two more pounds....

Darn BMI Chart!

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JOE14250 8/18/2013 2:42PM

    I hiked down to the local dinner through the woods. a healthy hike of approximately 15000 steps in the light rain of August. At least it kept the bugs down!

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