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I missed this thread somehow.
Welcome back, Fairglenn!! (better late than never)
Greg "Porkchop" Smith
Thanks for the welcomes :)
Welcome back. Congrats on maintaining and looking forward to sparking with you again.
Starting Weight: 235 on 01/01/07
Achieved Goal Weight: 140 on 11/29/07
Maintenance Weight Range: 138 to 143
"A true friend knows your weaknesses but shows you your strengths; feels your fears but fortifies your faith; sees your anxieties but frees your spirit; recognizes your disabilities but emphasizes your possibilities. "
William Arthur Ward
Welcome back. Glad you survived your training. And managed to maintain. Wonderful!
Florida Eastern Time Zone
" My goal is to live the truly religious life, and express it in my music. If you live it, when you play, there's no problem because the music is part of the whole thing. To be a musician is really something. It goes very,very deep. My music is the spiritual expression of what I am--my faith, my knowledge, my being." by John Coltrane
Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life!.-Annonymous
Music is a moral l
Oh yes, I remember you because we're an AF family too.
WTG on the maintaining!!!!!! That is wondeful!!
I have lost more weight, I think. I can't remember when you left to the exact date.
Edited by: LADY_DONKEY at: 7/14/2008 (10:55)
Lady Donkey (you can call me LD) is 5'3"
Hope is not a plan. --- Oprah Winfrey
What people say about you is more a reflection of what is in their hearts than what is in yours. --- Lady Donkey
Success is the best revenge. --- Lady Donkey
Unhappy women do dangerous things. --- Desperate Housewives
Welcome back! Glad to here you were able to keep the weight off!
Hi and welcome home!
God Bless and Hugs!
Ohio, the Buckeye State
Hang in there!
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Wonderful that you didn't gain weight while you were away! If you can do it with awful diet choices, you can do it when you are in control of the menu!
I don't think I would care to go to those extremes to lose weight.
There Are No Accidents!
Living With Bipolar & Losing Weight and Disabled
Take time to laugh - it is the music of the soul.
-- From an old English prayer.
Hehe. Field training is proof that enough exercise CAN overcome a less than healthy diet. My 6'3" husband went into field training a 161 pounds and came out at 147... and he didn't have any weight that he needed to lose. Took him some time to build the muscle back up, but it can be done! Hope you're enjoying the freedom to choose your own yummy food.
I am a MARATHONER!!!
Tacoma City Marathon (3 May 09) - 3:49:13
... and I'm BOSTON BOUND!!!!
Capital City Marathon (16 May 10) - 3:36:52
...and instead of running Boston, I had a kid! And then 2.5 years later I had another one.
BUT, I've never stopped running or racing!
One of these days, I'll re-qualify for Boston. And tackle Goofy's Race and a Half. Maybe an ultra. Or a half Ironman...
Maintaining, healthily pregnant, or healthily breastfeeding since
Do ya'll remember me?? Hee hee. I have completed Field Training (Air Force College ROTC basic training type deal) and didn't gain any weight while I was away...despite the awful food choices (awful as in bad for you...but pretty tasty ha ha). I lost some muscle for sure, but I'm so far enjoying putting some weight back on ;) How has everyone else been??