I'm waving at you from wild and wonderful West Virginia. From what I see there is lots of positive energy and support going on around here. My story is the same as most of you probably in that this struggle with food is always a challenge. I must say that it is always a learning and reevaluating experience.
I'm Grammy to 2 beautiful grandbabes, retired and loving life (perhaps I've loved food toooo much), find many creative outlets, such as beading (making tapestries/pics) with seed beads, needlepoint, and crochet and jewelry making. Life is good. Why oh why must I fight this constant food battle? Guess that is God's way of teaching me and keeping me honest.
I'm returning to SP after being gone for a couple of years. I've since had heart surgery and am recovering very well. I am a walker, supposedly wearing my ped every day. I've been a bit lax the past couple of months and thus, knew I needed some extra motivation by being here.
Sugar/jjcarbs are my biggest challenge. I'll be taking them on with your help. I am committing to walking today. Dusted my pocket ped off and am ready for action. Sugar, well, I can not have any or I'[m lost.
I'm off to check out posts and your spark pages. Looking forward to getting to know you and your journey to good health together. You can count on my support. I make a good cheer leader....it's all that sugar!!
Carol aka Ladyhyjinx
Co-Captain Golden Phoenix
“Sometimes you have to kind of die inside in order to rise from your own ashes and believe in yourself and love yourself to become a new person.”
― Gerard Way
“How am I going to live today in order to create the tomorrow I'm committed to?”
― Anthony Robbins