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#RockYourResolution ~ Day 28 ~ Talk about serious Sparkfriend motivation!!!

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Got this in the mail today with a gift and a letter from SallyG. I'm still just blown away by the idea that a SparkFriend would go to such lengths for me. I'm actually pretty much at a loss for words... but I can say that Sally and I have gone through almost 2 years of a lot of ups and downs, and such a wonderful gesture just reminds me that my Spark friends really know what I'm going through because they are going through the same things. Just today I read Sally's blog about having medical setbacks and trying to stay on track with weight loss when other things in your life are changing, and I feel like I connect so much to that.
So this motivation came at a time when I really need it. Today has been hard, because ever since my walk with Jack where I had the mysterious allergic reaction, I have been too nervous to go for walks in the evenings. I have been finding it hard to find a way to fit exercise into my new work schedule for the semester.
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    I totally support your action plan.
    Spark friends are the greatest, aren't they? So glad you found that special someone!

    1483 days ago
    Reading your blog makes me realize....we all struggle from time to time. I have been really down on myself for binge eating and poor choices...I am uplifted to hear you got what you needed to encourage your efforts. Keep going.
    If you get the chance...listen to "jump rope" by the band Blue October.
    1486 days ago
  • LE7_1234
    Wow, that's so cool!!

    Glad you got that letter when you really needed it!

    1486 days ago
    emoticon Your action plan rocks! emoticon
    1487 days ago
    That is so cute! Spark friends are the best! emoticon
    1487 days ago
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