Back at it

Monday, July 30, 2012

I have not been on Spark for about a year but I am going to give it another try to see if I can help myself stay on track.
Since January 2012 I have lost 32 pounds by going with Professional Weight Management in Branson, MO. I pay to have someone else tell me all the things I already know about losing weight and finding my best health. BUT, it has got me going again and I am doing well with it so I will continue. The best part of this is that I have also lost 36 inches! Whoo. Wonder how I even got around with all that extra me!?
Anyway, I am feeling wonderful, my cholesterol is under control without medication, my blood pressure is fantastic, 102 over 68 today! without medication and I actually enjoy being out and about again.
Had a great garden going this year that has kept us in fresh vegetables for our own table and a few to share with neighbors and friends. Unfortunately, the heat is beginning to take it's toll and the plants are just not holding up even with twice daily watering. But we enjoyed what we have had and plant to do it again next year.
Getting ready to head up to Alaska again next week to visit the kids/grandkids up there. At least we will be cooling off then. Our temperatures will go from 110's down to 55's and it will be damp all the time. :~)
More later *S*
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    Can I stow away and go into those cooler Alaskan temps with you?

    2086 days ago

    Sounds like you are doing just great! Happy you are here, for some extra support.
    2089 days ago
    Congrats on your weight loss. Have a safe trip to see the family. Those 50's sound pretty good about now.

    Glad you are back with SP
    2089 days ago
    emoticon on your weight loss and losing 36 inches! emoticon
    2089 days ago
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