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Thursday, June 25, 2009

I love food.Today I went over to my moms and had a binge over lunch.I don't know what triggered it.It could have been any number of things.But I ate till I was no longer hungry.Not precisely over full but just done eating.I knew it was the wrong kind of food to begin with to eat.I had brought over food that was good to eat ate that and moms cooking too.She was not trying to sabotage me at all.The food was for the house full of kids we have had this week over there.On a good note while I have not lost weight really I am losing in inches.My gut is getting smaller and my pants are getting looser.A maternity shirt I bought because it was the only thing that fit over my gut is now flapping in the wind.I'm feeling a bit more positive.Now if I could just get to jogging for at least five minutes at a stretch.I got past two today and it felt good.Inch by inch,step by step,I'm moving right along.
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  • CAROLINAMY
    Slow and steady wins the race! Also, don't beat yourself up if you're not dropping lbs, inches are just as important! That means you are just gaining muscle! :)
    4171 days ago
  • MOMMA48
    emoticon Treva! Love that you're losing those inches -- they sometimes mean more than losing the pounds! Way to go!! Love it and keep up the great work!!
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    4171 days ago
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