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My Xmas Gift

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

This week is going to be a busy one, I am excited for this. I am excited enough to forget about spark and enjoy 'reality'....enough to forget how much I need, enjoy, and love spark and my spark family...Even though the rest of the year when my 'reality' isnt so filled with activities and joyful things to do. This is wrong wrong wrong. Spark offers togetherness my 'reality' doesnt always offer so why now should spark be abandoned... Id be pissed if a close friend I spent as much time with as I do spark did this to me in 'reality'.
So I wont. Spark will be the gift I give myself this Christmas. The friend who keeps me on track. I will not be losing 12 lbs by 2012 I am maintaining and that for me is a success for December. To maintain the 50 lbs weight loss I achieved in 2011. To not allow my hard work, healthy diet, killer workouts, or social networking go to waste. That is my gift this Christmas!

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    emoticon this is well said! May you and your family have a blessed and beautiful Christmas.
    2315 days ago
    Siena, great shout out to how important Spark is and you truly are an inspiration to others on here. Don't worry about not losing 12 by have an amazing story and your transformation is incredible.

    I for one admire you for your journey and your dedication. Here is hoping your 2012 starts and finished just as amazing as your 2011.

    Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to you and your family.
    2317 days ago
    Merry Christmas Siena emoticon Enjoy the time with your family.
    2317 days ago
  • TXLADY110
    Yea! Keep it off. You will be able to make it happen.

    We will excuse you if you decide your a bit busy to be virtual....
    Merry Christmas
    2317 days ago
    Keep up the good work! Happy Holidays! emoticon
    2317 days ago
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