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Land of 140's

Thursday, September 26, 2013

I have not been here since the mid 80's for sure. I will have to look for my old weight watchers and see when I was last here. Surprisingly I don't feel different today than yesterday. But, Wait... Stop....Think....and Give Thanks, because I feel a whole lot different than I have in the past 15 years! Which puts me back in the thirties. My age/life age says I am about 52, three years younger (next month 55) based on my health. In January it said I was almost 10 years older based on my health. Big changes people, big changes and I have struggled and worked hard despite people feeling surgery is the easy way. I have worked, suffered, struggle, for every drop of this new life God has granted me. I am just as determined today as I was in the past 15 years when I worked, suffered, struggled without success yo-yoing up and down and up again all the way to the land of 240's. Soon, very soon I will reach the 100 lbs. lost point. I wouldn't mind 100+ but folks I am greatly satisfied for anything more. I am Blessed and anything beyond this 93 lbs. is just plus!

I have a long hard day ahead still dealing with issues of yesterday but did buy a new printer so hopefully I can get it done today. It was really up lifting to process this before facing that. Hope you have a great day!

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MRSBUDRYZER 9/27/2013 4:19PM


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PATTYR81 9/27/2013 11:08AM


YAY!! for you!!!

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CORTNEY-LEE 9/26/2013 11:40PM

    awesome job!

I am so proud of you!

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MELISSIMAUS 9/26/2013 3:41PM

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4DOGNIGHT 9/26/2013 9:59AM

    Wonderful news! Haven't seen that weight since I joined the Air Force in 1972. emoticon

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