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It is only a dream!

Monday, July 19, 2010

I woke up and dragged myself out of bed . I did not feel well, It was weigh in day, so I step on the scale to my horror I saw my starting weight on the scale- I was so scared. I could not breath I ran for my inhaler! I caught a glimpse in the mirror-I thought I would faint- there she was that very unhappy morbidly obese woman, who I thought I had left behind. I shook myself and went to get dressed, opening the closet, all my old clothes were back! I had packed them up and gave a lot away!
I sat down and cried! What is going on?! I am shaking uncontrollably.
I wake up- I ran to the bathroom jump on the scale-that was not a dream it was a nightmare!
If anything It reminds me that I never want to go back!
Here is to our goals! One step at a time! One day at a time! Never going back!
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  • SABLEGRL
    emoticon here's to never going back!
    3674 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6550047
    your right what a nightmare that was. I too got rid of all my clothes. I got tired of thinking I had nothing to wear when I had a whole closet full of clothes. So at least now I know I have some things, and can build from there.
    I sure hope you can have a dream of what you will look like at goal weight.. that will help keep you on track too...
    3675 days ago
  • MARENAMOO
    Thank you - I needed this today. I over indulged in carbs this weekend because of house guests and my son's birthday. I need to detox because the sugar overload is telling me that it is not worth giving up all of these yummy foods to lose the weight. I know that it is insane and I don't want to gain it back - but it is hard. Your nightmare brings me back to reality about how I feel about the weight.

    Your nightmare scared me (sortof) back on track. I have to stay away from the sugar and white carbs.
    3675 days ago
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