Ok...this is it!!! I can feel it!!!

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Yesterday morning, I think I hit "rock bottom". Today is the first day of the rest of my life. Truly. I can feel it and I can feel the positive vibes you all here are giving me. I wasted a year and didn't keep on track, but this year...I'm gonna look fine in 09!! I've started a new fitness program, my husband is starting a new nutrition program and I'm joining him. I feel I have to do life depends on it. I want to be strong for my two sons, healthy for me. I want the energy back. I need it!!! I am embracing the whole food plan with no refined crap anymore! I am wrapping my head around this. Any more good vibes are welcome!
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    I took Water for Elephants out of the library and we started reading it tonight. I read the prologue and 1st chapter to my daughter Gabrielle. She fell asleep by the end of chapter 1 and I started reading 2 to mouth dropped open as I got to the bottom of the first page of the chapter and he says he is leaving Ithaca for Norwich.....I grew up in Norwich NY-that's freaky! It's a tiny place, I've never seen it mentioned in a novel before. Don't tell me if it figures in to the plot.....I'll let you know when I finish the book.

    I am also reading a very motivational book "Younger Thinner You Diet" by Eric R. Braverman, MD TONS of good sensible talk about getting on track and getting the crap out of our diets. Lots of good info on fighting cravings and healthy eating in general-how foods/exercise effect our brain chemistry, etc. I know it's all about my brain and gaining the power to succeed. I think you would find it a positive read.

    I'm Martha S. George on facebook-look me up if you have a facebook page! If you want to "friend" me just say you're a Sparker and I'll know to OK.
    Thanks so much for the reading suggestions, Oh , "Bert Breen's Barn" by Walter Edmonds is a really good read aloud for kids, I think boys would especially like it. It's about a boy in the Adirondack Mountains near the turn of the 20th century and his way of life, an eye opener for kids today, not preachy just a good story
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