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Excuses and More Excuses!....!

Sunday, October 06, 2013

This week started off great worked out Sunday, Monday and Tuesday I worked through a pulled calf muscle...took it high impact...then on Tuesday night I was wearing flat boots...I repeat flat boots...was walking down on the curb and my calf muscle popped! And it hurt BAD!! but earlier luckily I had gotten in a fantastic upper body workout!! THen on Wednesday I broke a baby tooth!! I have 3 baby teeth in totally...and when that tooth broke it HURT!! So the next mrning instead of getting in a workout I had to go see my dentist...he was gone on holidays but I got to see another dentist...but this dentist told me to wait until my dentist came back to check out my baby tooth to see if they can save if I have to get an would cost me 8000 as I have 2 baby teeth side by side that would need to be pulled as my adult teeth are still stuck in my gums! so yep 8000 dollars!! So I am hoping they will be able to cement in this baby tooth and I can use it for a few more years! So with this all happening I got depressed and for the last 3 days all I wanted to do was stay in bed and hide under a pillow but I got out of bed each day and faced the day! I couldn't workout because upper body was sore from Tuesdays workout and I couldn't do lower body or cardio because of pulled what did I do??? I ate!! Not so bad the first 2 days...but yesterday was bad!! dog...frozen yogurt...cookies..chips....but by night I felt sick and started to think ...what was I doing?? Here's a reminder of what I used to look like and how far I have come.... and so I had a good serving of veges at midnight!! Felt much better...and still eating good!! Junk food doesn't feel the same as it used to! That's for sure!
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    You look emoticon !

    Sorry to hear about your tooth, for that much money I would pull it out myself at home! emoticon

    I am that way too with sweets, I will take a bite or two but then stop b/c they just don't taste the same which is a good thing. emoticon

    You are doing emoticon Keep it up!
    1596 days ago
    Looking great!!
    1599 days ago
  • BOVEY63
    You look awesome!!!

    Hope all goes well with the tooth and calf muscle.
    1600 days ago
    You have come a long way- don't forget that.
    1600 days ago
  • 68ANNE
    I say keep the pictures in front of you as a reminder. You know too many people who stopped and ended up worse than they started. I believe in you!
    1601 days ago
  • DS9KIE
    well so pick yourself up...dust yourself off...and keep a going....cause your not a quitter.
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    1601 days ago
    Keep strong but don't worry about the slips. That happens and you just pick yourself up and go again. Just keep pushing and you will be where you want to be. Take care of the calf. Sorry about the tooth. emoticon
    1601 days ago
  • UFEDAK85
    Sounds like you've had a trying week! We all have those days/moments when we cave in to our old ways. The difference between the old you and the new you is the fact that you caught yourself before you went in a downward spiral!

    I hope your calf feels better soon. That sounds so painful! And I hope the dentist can fix your tooth!

    Btw, you look emoticon in your current pic! Keep those 2 pics visible to remind yourself how far you've come and to motivate yourself to continue moving forward!
    1601 days ago
    That is disheartening for sure. Hopefully your dentist can do something much much more inexpensive for you, and I'm praying for that calf.
    Good idea looking at those pictures and turning around the same day!

    1601 days ago
    I was kind of getting queasy when I was reading what you ate, but, I've done the same thing!! But now, it's over, it's done and now, you start anew! Here's to a new week for us both. I get to join your classic plan on Tuesday. Can't wait!!
    1602 days ago
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