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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Good Lord don't you love cheesecake? Who doesn't love cheesecake? A member of our staff and a co-biggest loser contestant brought me a slice of cheesecake today to tempt me.....I hate her. I looked at it long and hard. I tried to breath in as deeply as possible through my nose to smell it's creamy goodness as it sat on the corner of my desk. I heard it whisper to me "Come on Paula, I love you, love me back, eat me baby". Yeah that's right, cheesecake talks to fat ladies, it's evil I tell you, evil! And, it sounds just like Antonio Banderas! All sexy and seductive! But in the end, I gave it to another co-worker, but it was a close call I tell ya! But isn't it funny how just the thought of a sinful treat will set you cravings in motion for the rest of the day! I just went to heat my low calorie microwave meal and there was a full chocolate iced sheet cake in the break room for the staff.....OH HELL I HAVE GOT TO GET OUT OF HERE! I'm heading home! Keeping the faith and my motivation! I love venting in this blog!
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    Cheesecake is demonic, but then again so is chocolate! I totally understand. People don't realize how hard it is to resist. There's that little voice that says one piece won't hurt, why should we deny ourselves? Since I've recently declared war on my weight, LOL, I've stuffed a gag in that voice's mouth and shoved her in a closet. She keeps pounding to get out, but I'm going to beat her into submission. *grin*. Too bad that's easier said than done sometimes. Good job resisting. It's hard. I added you as a friend, I hope you don't mind. Looks like we are working on similar goals.. am trying to go from 330 to 175. If you ever need support give me a holler.

    3677 days ago
  • MSPICKL1979
    Love the blog and love your commitment. I would have been so weak. Great job.
    3678 days ago
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