Thursday Weigh-In

Thursday, May 06, 2010

I did my weigh in this morning. I am happy with my weight lose so far. It is amazing what a liquid diet and some chicken noodle soup can help with. emoticon The next two weeks will be about the same I believe. I might start adding some foods. I haven't exactly figured that part out yet.
Well tomorrow is the big day for my hubby. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers. emoticon He is the greatest hubby and man ever. emoticon I want to be together forever. emoticon I know God will protect him, but at the same time I am a little scared. Now he is getting scared. This house right now is just a bunch of nerves. emoticon I'll try to get you all that read my blogs an update on him. I have been trying to get him to have a sparkpage first he said no then I aggravated him so bad he said yes. We never sat down and did it. So maybe once he is back home I can get him a page up here. I told him he would need support and this is the best people/place I have found. emoticon
I'm begging please keep him in your thoughts and prayers tomorrow. He is not only my hubby he is my best friend. (Can you tell he means the world to me?)
Well to everyone else and you know who you are I am sorry I haven't been around to read your blogs lately. I hope everyone is doing well. I promise I will try to catch up after all of this. Keep sparking on! emoticon
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    I hope your husband's surgery has gone well -- both of you have remained in my prayers!

    3119 days ago
  • TRISH106
    I am happy to hear you are doing well.
    You and your DH are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope everything goes well. You will both be up and moving along the great weight loss path together. You have a grea team right at home. Tell DH to come meet us. We don't bite. he more support he has the better he will feel. emoticon emoticon
    3120 days ago
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