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Empty Nest and Fitness Coach-My Hubby!

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Life has been different, a little sad, wonderful, crazy and always a gift these past two weeks. New experiences, like your first son, who is amazing, moving away is tough on mom; however, my amazing husband and daughter have reminded me everyday, how lucky I am.

This grateful moment goes to my hubby for helping me focus on health, wellness and fitness and not on missing our son.

Also, I managed to up my fitness goals and lose 6 pounds in a record two weeks...a big time first of me (the emotional eater).

Thank you hubby and Spark People!!!

And, of course, thank you Jesus for answering my prayers...Spark Spirit!
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  • BA5454
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    WOW! Congratulations on the weight loss. I've heard it said that motherhood is the only job that you work towards not having a job. You'll always be a mom, but you do want them to stand on their on feet. I'll never forget when my daughter-only child-went to college. I went to church practically in tears that morning. I was wishing so hard that she didn't have to go to college, then I went into a room where a mother who was a little older than me was literally carrying her son who was probably in his 20s. Physically, he couldn't walk and couldn't even ride in a wheelchair. Mentally, he was challenged. I still went home and cried that day, but I realized that I was so blessed to have a daughter who could stand on her own 2 feet (physically/mentally/emotionally).<
    BR>Hang in there!
    798 days ago
    You're doing so well! It's wonderful to have a DH who is so supportive. Keep up the good work!

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