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Friday, June 17, 2011

It was yesterday, I think. I've been here a year, lost the 12 pounds I set out to lose, and met some wonderful, motivating SparkFriends. What now?
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  • THEWINNER33
    First, I love your new picture. Next, maintain this wonderful achievment and keep cheering us on. You have been a wonderful motivator for me. I have enjoyed travelling this road with you dear friend. Hugs, Marcia
    3037 days ago
  • 1BEACHWALKER
    I think the maintaining is just as hard as the losing from what I have heard! Keep sparking no matter what! Congrats on a successful one year here at SP! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3039 days ago
  • GRAMMAP1
    We are so proud of you. As another said, Maintaining is a bit of work too. So maintain and keep cheering the rest of us on! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3039 days ago
  • PLPEEP
    Now comes the hard part at least for me, maintaining. i will soon celebrate my 2nd anniversary and I have lost 80 pounds. But what is great is I have kept it off for a year now. I know if I want to continue to keep it off I have to keep recording my calories, and exercise and keep up with all the nice friends I have met here.
    3040 days ago
  • ALICERIEGER
    Celebrate your success. Continue doing all the things you learned so you will never have to lose weight again. God Job
    3040 days ago
  • GGMFAY33
    You have done great this past year. I've felt privileged to be able to keep up with your posts.

    Next, you can keep our team (esp. me) on the track you have been on. Since my anniversary I have not been successful, actually terrible. I don't see you doing the same.

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    Fay
    3040 days ago
  • HONDOLU
    From looking at your pictures you look GREAT. emoticon
    just keep doing what you have been doing its working.
    3040 days ago
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