The start of a few things new......

Saturday, July 03, 2010

Finally made the move to Texas and arrived last night. But the only time we got lost was when we were only 10 minutes away from our destination. The GPS lady figures showed us as close but it seemed like we were going in circles. Seriously, I compared our driving to vultures circling their prey. We drove for an hour, but were always only 10 minutes or less I said, in circles! Holy Crap Man!

I also started a new round of HCG a few days ago. We are only supposed to load for 2-3 days, but since I hardly ate on the trip I am treating today as a load day as well. I will start posting VLCD blogs tomorrow as tomorrow will be my first VLCD 500 calorie day. The first of 37 VLCD days. My ultimate goal will be for 29 pounds, but 25 would make me just as happy. I would like to lose 15 before the 26th though. I am meeting with old friends and don't want to look horrible.

Jim has to meet with the lady at Le Cordon Bleu Monday or Tuesday, not sure which. He was supposed to start in August, but he said she told him he needed to start Tuesday which seems like a load of bull to me. He was looking forward to having some time between HS and Culinary school.'s alive. Time to go........
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    Hey, I'm in Texas. I live in Fort Worth. Where are you??
    3908 days ago
    Congrats on getting the move out of the way! Still doing the yoga but I decided to stop dieting so I can move into weights in a few weeks -- and get back on my beloved elliptical trainer :))

    Hope you are not too close to the Gulf!
    3964 days ago
    Congrats on making it a safe trip and best wishes on these first few days of VLCD.
    3965 days ago
    So your in Texas, might be a tad warm there during the summer. Hope you are enjoying the new location and your getting all settled in. emoticon
    3965 days ago
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