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Life will get better

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

I have decided my life will get better.
I have been stubbornly (Did I say that???) persistant in keeping track of my BG levels, and watching what I eat. (Amazing how a major emotional hurt will do that to you)

I have started out with just eating a JD sausage biscuit or JD chicken biscuit, or Glucerna drink.
I forgot how easy it is, what was I thinkin??? I must have taken my brain out and played with it a little too long!

not only have I kept down to 221 (I know for some that is still huge) bt I have lost INCHES my friends.
Where I started out wearing size 24, I am now wearing size 17.
So now that I have managed to get into a pair of jeans that I bought over 4 years ago as "GOAL" pants, I now have to get a new "GOAL" item of clothing.
I just have to figure out what since my budget is extremely tight with all my hospital and doctor bills.

I would have loved to be able to do SparkCoach, thee scale that "WiFi's" to Spark People, the Fit Bits etc. joining the Lifetime Fitness Gym etc, but that is definitely not on my financial , outlook any time soon, since I do not have a "Fairy Health Mother", but I can DREAM can't I??

OR I can stand there and scream " "Fairy Health Mother", take me away!!!! Wonder how far that would get me? LMAO I would get my wishes, or the men in the white coats would take me away to my special rubber room! Do they have those any more??? I wonder how much excercise I could log for bouncing off the walls...

Take care everyone.
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    Great progress on the pants - can't beat that feeling, for sure!
    1943 days ago
    Great progress on the pants - can't beat that feeling, for sure!
    1943 days ago
    24 to 17? emoticon Good for you! And yep, it'll get better. Sounds like it already has. emoticon
    1943 days ago
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