I've watched but agree with momtocallie she sometimes complains a bit much but overall its inspiring to think that she's willing to be so public about a private matter -- I'm sure I'd not want anyone else to follow me around with a camera watching my every move but then maybe I'd stay away from some of those cookies I tend to find!! (I don't keep them in the house but I'll go down to McDonalds and buy a cookie when I"m having a choc. chip cookie craving!!) But hey I DO count it on my tracker - ALWAYS!
"If we wait for the moment when everything is ready, we shall never begin" Ivan Turgenev SW -- 261 SPSW --252 Lynn -- Indiana
I saw a few episodes last season. I am very much in awe that she would open up her life in what must be very difficult times. And yes, she is pretty inspiring with her weight loss. However, I found her to also be pretty annoying when she kept moaning about what foods she couldn't eat while eating out with her friends and family. She often said things like, "I can't believe ya'll are eating that (cake, mexican food, etc.) in front of me." Or "Ya'll know that is my favorite. Why did you get that one?" I just think if she can't enjoy being with those she loves without making them feel bad for eating, she shouldn't meet them for meals/snacks. I haven't seen any of the episodes this year.
I believe in taking a positive attitude toward the world. My hope still is to leave the world a little bit better than when I got here.
Has anyone seen the show on the "style channel" called "Ruby?" I saw her on Oprah a while back and just saw a promo for the show. I don't usually watch reality-type shows, or much TV at all. So I'm wondering if anyone has seen the show and what you think of it? Anyone who needs to lose over 500 pounds, whoa, hat's off!
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