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Last Day of Summer 2013

Sunday, September 22, 2013

At 4:44pm today we get a brand new season to love. I didn't lose any weight this Summer, but what I did have was fun. I put the 10 pounds I lost back on in the past 2 weeks but the Summer itself was amazing. Starting with my Arizona trip with dad, the family get away to Vermont, the weekend with my brother at the anime convention in Baltimore and the grand finale of 2 weeks in Mexico. I wish I did a few things different that second week in Mexico but I still had one of the best vacations ever.

So this season, how do I fully embrace the potential I have? Fall is amazing where I live. The temperatures, the clear weather, the colors in the woods. When I reset everything, I reset everything. So my mileage and weight are all reset as well. I'm glad I did this. Last time I needed a new account, there were fundamental changes about me that warranted a new beginning like that. This is just a make over, an update. It's just been too inconsistent lately and I have to get a grip and a new foundation to stand on. Break out the measuring cups and careful shopping lists and good recipes.

THANK YOU emoticon to everyone everywhere that came together to support me these last few weeks when I asked for help and new I needed a new foundation. You held me up in place and let me work things out. You encouraged and motivated me and kept me moving forward, blocking my view if I tried to look back, keeping me focused and letting it be okay to leave a failure behind. Taking the lessons and making improvements. Thank you everyone, I really needed that and I think I'm going to be better now this season.

Time to get the day started, have a great Sunday everyone.

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