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AKELAZ
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One good thing - one not so much

Monday, July 28, 2014

The good thng is that I havent weighed since the end of June due to various domestic upheavals but I was resolved to do so this morning. Was delighted to find two pounds gone. I salute Spark for helping me to establish the good habits that seem to be entrenched even when I have my eye off the ball.
Sadly I won't reach my goal of being at the very top of my healthy BMI by the end of this month. Twelve pounds to go for that but I'll get there.



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  • 1BEACHWALKER
    Congrats! Well done Sonia!! I know you will get there to that healthy BMI and lose that 12 pounds! Whoohoo! Active- Aggressive August will get us on our way!! We can do it! Hugs
    789 days ago
  • ROX525
    Good for you losing 2 lbs. in spite life's challenges. Keep up the great work and you will reach your goal. You are so close.
    795 days ago
  • GHOSTFLAMES
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    795 days ago
  • MARYJOANNA
    You lost weight and that is what counts.
    795 days ago
  • NEW-CAZ
    emoticon Considering all you've had to contend with recently you've still kept to track........and been rewarded.
    I still maintain that SP teaches you the golden rules and HOW to apply them where many other renowned "slimming clubs" don't.
    Once learned those lessons don't leave you- you've proved that.

    Hopefully once your concerns are addressed you can refocus on you (you are such a great friend and support to all in your world and ALWAYS put the first, and I love that about you!!).
    12 pounds will be a walk in the park for you emoticon emoticon it's doable in 2 months!


    Hope your week goes well Sonia emoticon emoticon
    795 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/28/2014 5:11:39 AM
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