“ Never stop because you are afraid - you are never so likely to be wrong. ”
We may not want to admit it, but at times we are all afraid. On our journey to better health I have had several fearful moments, some happening not too many weeks ago. As all of you know that stop by each day to ready my ramblings, you know all too well of my struggles, one week I maybe on a high the next I maybe eating everything I can get my hands on. The thing you may or may not have read was what I had not written and that was the ''fear'' I was feeling, am I going to gain back all that weight I worked so hard to lose? Am I ever going to be able to gain control of myself? Am I going to have to tell my Weight Watcher Friend Forever, that I just can't do this anymore? Oh there was a lot of fear going on inside of me, plus I had the surgery to think about, and dealing with a family member that is still causing problems. But, maybe fear is a good thing from time to time. I needed to be scared, when I went into the hospital for my surgery I had several days of being SF under my belt, and being in the hospital and rehab just kept me in check. I was very fearful about coming to my sister's as well due to her DH believes he needs dessert each day. I have to say I have been very proud of myself due to my first Sunday here there was birthday cake, I took a piece only to have it dropped on the floor and the three little dogs cleaned up that mess, so that was my Omen that I was not to eat cake. So as of today I am still SF but I have lost count how many weeks its been. I have been making things for my sister and I to eat especially at supper time, and I am NOT going back for seconds no matter how good it is. When I return home on Thursday of this week, I won't be able to run off to the store to buy something on the impulse so again not being able to drive is a good thing.
I guess what I am getting at is this, ''sometimes what seems like a real pain is actually something we can benefit from." I am making the most of the things I cannot do.
"Just don't give up trying to do what you really want to do!"
| current weight: 202.2