Tuesday, February 19, 2013

12 days ago I let fear stand in my way of walking the entire mile
Since that time I have walked that mile 2 other times in the daylight which of course made a world of difference. I have also signed up for tbe Susan G Komen breast cancer walk which is 3.5miles so this is now practice for the upcoming event.....very excited hunni and youngest son will walk with me.
Being able to push myself to further limits makes me feel good and feeling good keeps me coming back one day at a time

My hunni and his HCG diet was good while it lasted he lost 15 pounds in 2weeks which is great but it is very hard to sustain that kind of eating...500 calories a day really isn't realistic
We had 2 birthday partys this weekend and he gained 8 pounds back whereas I lost 3.8 pounds
Needless to say I did gloat a bit cuz I know he can lose it faster than me if he really tries

So far 18 pounds though it seems like alot I want more but each day I have to ask myself
did I do all I can for that day most days yes there are slip ups but the slow way is tne best way so I am still at it

Getting out of tne 300s is looking pretty good!!!!
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    You can do it! It's great that you lost after you had 2 bday parties! Stick with it! It's gotta be a life changing event! A journey! That's what I keep telling myself. God bless you! emoticon
    2219 days ago
    emoticon So many times when I go out for a "Short Walk" it turns into a Long Walk -- I keep Walking "Just Because I CAN". I hope I Never Forget what it was like to be unable to walk whenever and wherever I wanted to.
    emoticon Keep Training and Have Fun on your 5K!!!
    2220 days ago
    Well Done!
    2221 days ago
    One step at a time, one day at a time, one pound at a time and pretty soon you will be a long way away, a long time later, and a whole lot lighter!Q

    Make Today a Great Day!
    2221 days ago
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