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The road that we all share is very bumpy and full of ruts. The secret is to just keep going, one palm tree at a time.
"It is easier to raise good children than to fix bad men" by Fredrick Douglas.
Co team leader for Living With Diabetes team.
Co Leader for Healthy Hearts team.
Leader of Gilbert Speaks team.
Best of luck with your valve replacement but I am so proud of you for sticking with it. Keep up the good work.
All things are possible if you only believe, even losing 15 pounds
My name is Rachel and I joined SparkPeople at the end of Novenber. I've been working out for almost two months now. I haven't seen much in the line of results yet (partially because I'm still working on the eating habits), but I feel good about being active. At the end of the month, I will be having valve replacement surgery. I will have to take a break from working out, but I'm looking forward to my heart being in the best shape possible when I resume my fitness routine. During my recovery time, I'm going to continue improving my eating habits. I have done this weightless journey before, and unfortunately gained it back. I want to lose it and keep it off this time.