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Wake-up Call

Friday, January 13, 2012

I knew I was overweight...the numbers don't lie. So I made the plan to get moving more and eat better. I don't look in the mirror except to check to make sure I don't have food in my teeth or something on my face. Like I said, I knew I was overweight.

So, when I pulled up the picture that I had my boyfriend take of my on my first day of my new weight-loss journey, it hit me in the head. Who IS that person? That is NOT the person I see in my head every day.

I started on the 4th at 332.2 pounds and this morning I weighed in at 326.4. Almost 6 pounds down in just over a week. Not too shabby. Now to just maintain the momentum...
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  • HAMILTONCHICK
    Way to go! Keep up the hard work emoticon
    2494 days ago
  • POLACALINDA
    I am proud of you! You are absolutely right. It is one day at a time. But my word of exhortation to you is - don't hope that you keep the right attitude, JUST DO IT!!! We can't go on our emotions, because they change constantly. Keep your focus, because every day you are either getting closer to being the person God planned you to be or further away from it. That's what I keep preach'in to me:)

    YOU CAN and WILL Do THIS!!! Your're already on your way!



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    2496 days ago
  • CAVEPRINCESS65
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    Keep up the good work emoticon
    2498 days ago
  • ANDBEYOND
    Gfeat start, I am praying God's blessing on you to help make this a cake walk !
    2498 days ago
  • BRYANWCOPELAND
    Keep it going! I'm right there with you. I absolutely hate mirrors. It's amazing how many black, or dark, clothes I wear just to try and hide it. Let's get down to where we both enjoy looking in the mirror!

    Let's face it, if we cannot love ourselves, how will anyone else be able to love us?
    2498 days ago
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