Hi there Crystal,
WELCOME to the team of Oregonians.
Hey my friend I know exactly how you feel right now, I was there in exactly the same place.
I knew I was getting fat and I finally took the courage to get on the scale and I was so shocked to see my weight, I broke down and cried.
I read on that darn scale that I was 194#, that was such a bad shock. I thought how could I let myself get to such a terrible weight.
Today I am now down to 148#.
IF I CAN DO IT, YOU CAN AS WELL!!!!!!
Now another word of wisdom.
It has taken me about 2 - 3 years to do it, but it has been well worth it.
So DO NOT GET IN A HURRY.
The slower it comes off the better, at least you have a better chance to keep it off.
I still want to loose another 8# but I am doing maintaining for a little while, then I will try to get that off. The last few #s are always the hardest.
Good Luck and my Motto is NEVER GIVE UP EVEN AFTER YOU REACH YOUR GOAL!!!
I am going to add you to my dear friends, so any time you feel like talking, you are welcome at any time.
I would love to be your weight loss buddy, whenever you need a shoulder to cry on or a pal to brag to about what you have lost that week.
Hugs and Love and Best Wishes,
Rosalyn in Corvallis Oregon
Rosalyn Larson I am so happy to be on Maintenance.
It took 2 years but it was worth it. I am going to keep it in a 5#s range up or down. My Promise is I will never ever do that to myself again-----Rosalyn
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