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Sunday, February 14, 2010

emoticonFirst off Happy Valentine's Day!!! emoticonI had a great day with my Dad (Mom's out of town so I got to be Valentine!!!) annnnnnnnnnnd I did not pig out on chocolate or on poor food choices. HOW COOL IS THAT?!! And V-Day treat was great :) Isn't great when Dads save the day (or weekend in this case).

Thank you all for all your support and kind words. It really REALLY helps that you understand, support and do not judge. I don't feel crazy anymore.

So I'm really starting to think now what's going to work for me. I really need to improve my health, including losing weight.

I realize thinking things through a bit might be wise because:
-I'll see from my past what worked
-What did not work
Put those thoughts and insights into perspective, and I don't think I'll be half as frustrated as before.

Somehow I'm calmer and happier than I've been in a while. emoticon

Giggle. This feels great. I hope this feeling lasts and I start not only making an action plan but start carrying it out.

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    We don't "do" Valentine's Day - so no added temptation there. I'm really glad that you had a good day with your dad and also that you're feeling calmer. Good idea to get yourself centered, but please don't stop at thinking. Put some action steps in place and move along on your path to better health and contentment.

    Wishing you a great Monday! -- Kricket/CA
    3325 days ago
    Yes, when we pause and listen to that inner voice, we find a very wise "us". And boy do we have a lot to say, LOL!

    So glad that you had the "date" with your dad, they are great that way!!! This year I got both my parents on Thursday for my Valentine dinner out. Glad that yours went a little better than mine. But I still did better than years past, so I'll take it!

    Have a great week!
    3325 days ago
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