November 1st... a new month, a new 'start', and a goal deadline quickly arriving =X

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Wow!! It seems like just yesterday I was praying October would hurry and get here so I could get in the woods and see what kinda damage my new bear bow could do... now we're staring Thanksgiving & Christmas right in the snout!! Waiiit.. did I just say Christmas??? NO!! It can't be!! Christmas means our annual Christmas party at the firehouse, for which I bought a stunning red dress to wear this year. I don't look any kinda good in this thing, and its going to be here before I know it!!!

I have got to take this month of November and give it a run for its money!! Especially after a horrible weekend!! My wonderful boyfriends birthday was Saturday & it ruined me! Yeah, ya heard me right... HIS birthday did more damage to myself than my own birthday did! =X I almost feel embarrassed to admit to what all I devoured this weekend. Endless shrimp at Red Lobster Friday night, doughnuts on our way hunting Saturday morning, pasta/bread/French fries for lunch Saturday && I pigged out on bacon cheese fries, and other pointless stuff at a local sports bar restaurant while watching the EAGLES whoop the Cowboys Sunday night. Not to even mention the countless tootsie rolls, four cupcakes and the calzone I had for dinner yesterday.


Here is to November my fellow Sparkees!!! LETS MAKE IT HAPPEN!

My November goals will be as follows;;
*No soda
*@ least 10 min of exercise EVERYDAY!!
*Look beautiful in my red dress that I get to wear on dec 10th
*Lose 10 pounds (Im being really optimistic ;) so we'll see)
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    You can do it!! I'm sure you will look fabulous in that red dress!
    You are aware of what you ate and are ready to make changes. That's the first part of the battle.
    Hang in there!

    (it's not a red dress but, it was all I could find!)
    2420 days ago
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