Disney World Feb 2012

Saturday, August 06, 2011

Ok, I have to say this from the start. I have some of the greatest friends ever. If you have read my first blog then you will understand where I'm coming from. My life went thru some twists and turns this past year.... and now....

Well, now my sweet friend Ashlee and her husband and 2 kids are going to DW and guess who they want to take along??!! M-E!! YUP!! ME!! I am super excited. Love, love, love me some Disney.

So now I've got to really focus on my endurance training as I want to be able to keep up with them. I have 26 Tuesdays before we leave and I am hoping to lose 46 pounds by then. That is less than 2 pounds a week. OK, I divided it and it comes to 1.769. I think this is manageble for me. I have a goal to shot for. But hey I've been making mini-goals this whole time.

Got my hair lighted this week and it looks so pretty. Which makes me feel pretty and makes me want to shop, then I shop and I hate the "fat clothes" and that makes me ride the bike alittle longer and a little further each time. I can't wait to get into a 16. That is one goal for me as well.

I am so excited about Disney World. This is going to be good!! emoticon
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  • no profile photo SWIMLOVER
    I just read this blog. You will have a Great Time at Disney World. I know you will reach the mini goal you have.
    3056 days ago
  • SARAH41168
    Yes!! I walk a lot now and getting ready for those long lines! I am super excited!!! We were there the year it opened and have been many many times since. I guess I will always love Disney World.
    3081 days ago
    Life is good as long as we want it to be. Two pounds a week is a reasonable goal and you can make it. Also you will need to be able to walk and stand for hours so your fitness is a goal too. Life is good enjoy it. My weight loss and exercise has salvaged my life.
    3089 days ago
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