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Day 2 - Some real progress

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Just in time to put in a blog, well today was my daughters' 3rd birthday!!! I made brownies and didn't even lick my fingers, We went to rainforest cafe and I didn't get a drink or the volcano, and we went to walmart and I didn't get the frozen drinks either, we had them in the cart but put them back because I didn't want to start over again!!!

I'm so excited tomorrow is day 3!!! I want either a pair of jeans or a new shirt when I hit 7 days!!!

Also at walmart we ran into a guy I knew back in high school, actually the last guy I was interested in before meeting my husband who told me I was "too young" to date him (I was only a year younger) but a week later started dating a girl a year younger than me and half my size... It was really good to see him with me being all sexy and skinny and stuff, I'm so bad the first thing I thought was "yeah you should have choose me" - btw they are divorced now after only being married a year. I have to say it feels good sometimes to feel good
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    hahahah that's awesome. I've been known to do that too, gloat about how I look, and how I am successful, but mostly I did it at my high school reunion, all the girls who made fun of me in high school...yeah well hahaha, look at me now. I can't say I'm skinny yet, but I have a whole lot more going for me now days then they do.
    2084 days ago
    God is good ALL of the time. It's great when we get to see that. You are kick'n booty!
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    He's caused his own loss
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    Good for you. Glad he got divorced after a year and didn't waste more time in a bad relationship. Smart guy to get out and move on. emoticon
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