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If weight didnt exist?

Tuesday, October 01, 2013

How would I know what overweight was if weight didn't exist? Now that is a question for deep thought! And since weight does exist we can only imagine what we would be/feel/act like!

Since I do know what weight is but yet have the ability to determine what would make me feel the best inside my own body I would have to say:

1. bending over to tie my shoes......not bringing my foot to my lap to tie them!
2. playing and running free.....without getting breathless or feeling like someone beat me when I wake up the next day!
3.being able to have my cake and eat it too.............without wondering why did I do that? (I usually ask myself that and then move on...I don't dwell!)
4. Joining my kids and grand-kids in day to day activities without feeling like I have to push myself to succeed...........just automatically do!!
5. Being able to get down on the ground............and get back up without the use of a chair or helping hand.


I am sure there is more but just this little bit seems overwhelming! And how the h-e-double toothpicks did I get this way????
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  • v YOYOGRAN
    I have a list like yours. Touching my feet, getting in the bath instead of the shower, walking with someone else without panting and having to stop. If I got down on the ground, getting up at all! Issac Newton was the one who discovered gravity and hence, I guess , weight. He has a lot to answer for. emoticon
    1051 days ago
  • v ZIGGY122
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    1059 days ago
  • v MONTANAWALKER
    Just posted this on Trish's blog but it's worth posting a million times a day...it came from a "poster" on TIME2BLOOM4ME's blog a few weeks ago.
    "The scale can only give you a numerical reflection of your relationship with gravity.
    THAT'S IT!
    It cannot measure Beauty, Talent, Purpose, Honesty, Integrity, Possibility, Strength or Love!"

    Keep that in mind. Celebrate your Non-Scale Victories! We're all in this together.
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    1060 days ago
  • v TRUCKERSMRS
    Ah, that pesky little devil call weight.
    I'm sure we all have many similar thoughts and questions, especially your last one. emoticon
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    1061 days ago
  • v LUANN7
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