I was playing KanJam (frisbee) in the park with my adult niece and we sucked. (wait, the story gets better and has a point) I ran after every toss she made, full tilt, to try to ricochet the disc back into our goal. The other team (all family of mine) made a comment about our lousy aim and my reponse was that we may suck but I had every intention of turning the stupid game into a sport and that I was having fun running back and forth. My niece in turn remarked that it was great that I could do these things again and how wonderful I am looking. So yeah, I may not be able to change the past, but the future is looking up!
-Lora smoking quit date: 11/16/13
current weight: 222.0
Fitness Minutes: (20,640) Posts: 186 9/9/12 1:55 P
I definitely don't want to go back to the time before Sparkpeople. I stikk have my struggle and a long way to go, but for the first time I don't put myself under this immense pressure that I am not allowed to make any mistakes. I have days I am weak and that I don't stick to my new healthier lifestyle, but those days used to make me quit on a diet. Now I try to find reasons for my weakness and don't put myself down (at least i try). I can't make them unhappen, but what I can do is learn and become stronger
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