Thank you, SP!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Enormous thanks to my team and Cornpicker for the challenge to get more healthy by 11/11/11. All the days, through thick and thicker, SP emails have been there to remind me about healthy choices, exercise, eating less, eating well. Sometimes I would delete them in anger while waiting for the pizza. Sometimes I would think twice before stopping at McD, sometimes I would even take the stairs. Mostly I was on a death-spiral of overeating and undermoving.
So I am deeply grateful to SP and to my Team and Friends here for encouragement to get me to this day when I found that I am on the right track.
Although vast overeating for many of us here might well be a presentation of craziness from a sad past, I am functional and not depressed, and I have put my future into the hands of my God. I have been asking twice a day to be led toward a healthy body by making good choices about food for nutrition and exercise for health. God has been there for me with loving kindness and compassionate guidance and I AM doing well, on the right track. I express my thanks when I leave food uneaten and when I DON'T snarf snacks.
THANK YOU, SP -- for being there everyday even all the dark winter. I am back and taking one step at a time -- and more steps all the time!!
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    I love this, PEDIPOD! I love the note of your thankfulness to God and being prayerful. To put God first is the beginning of a happy life. He is so good to me!!!! Now, getting down to the nitty gritty of losing weight and getting fit, is one of the biggest problems I'm having now.

    Hopefully, I'll be on the treadmill or having a nature walk sometime tomorrow! Here's to a new beginning for me. Hopefully(hopefully) I'll have you here(as a sparkbuddy), to keep encouraging me.
    3444 days ago
  • KARVY09
    Glad to see a blog from you. Hope all is well.
    3636 days ago
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