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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

I know I should be positive .. I know I should be exercising .... I know I should be doing a lot of things .... but .... as I look at my big butt ..... I simply can't get there .... I wish I could ... I wish I could say .... Well I feel great ... I love working out ... I love watching my new body shrink as I burn those calories....

I wish I wish .... I know wishing gets me nowhere and doing does .... well tomorrow is another day says the star procrastinator ... I am depressed yes and I do have a medical condition as bipolar which involves a certain amount of depression .. is it an excuse? I don't know ... all I know is that tomorrow ... I will do my best to haul my butt into the gym to get some exercise even if it kills me .... which I know it won't

Sorry for those who read this ... its not a positive blog .. but its my blog .... and that's how I see it for today ...
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    Thanks everyone for your kind words of encouragement! It does make me feel much better to know I am not alone !
    1045 days ago
    emoticon emoticon I suffer from Major Depression ~ so I know some of those days! I hate being snow bound - so I have done some things in the house that should have been done months ago which actually make me feel a little better since I have accomplished something instead of letting a food urge overcome me!
    1045 days ago
    Hi... I came across your blog and I think I wrote the same one many times over! I'm sorry you are feeling so down. I used to call it a "funk." Pulling yourself out of that state of mind can be difficult, but you can do it! The best Christmas gift we can give to ourselves is our health. Make yourself a priority... That was the hardest part for me. Keep smiling... It will make you feel better!
    1045 days ago
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