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Thursday, March 12, 2015

So today's Spark Coach challenge is to do something that scares me.
Yesterday afternoon my yogi took a picture of me in the Dancer's pose. I didn't even know she was doing it until I heard the camera clicking. She sent me a copy and while I'm very happy with my progress, the thought of posting it anywhere scares me.
Really, it's rather silly. I guess I have a deep seeded fear of being mocked or criticized, when I should be proud that I can do the pose and hold it for an impressive length of time!
My yogi has encouraged me to keep the picture and take subsequent ones of me in the same pose to see exactly how far I'm progressing. Good idea!
So here it is.

I know that I haven't come close to finishing my weight loss journey, but holy moley! Have I ever come a long way!
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  • no profile photo CD2475290
    I'll have to try that pose myself -- good way to keep track of progress.

    BTW, just for your info -- it does no good to answer a comment on here as the person who left it wouldn't know, and wouldn't be likely to come back and read your blog again -- as they've already read it. You need to go to their page to leave the comment.
    2127 days ago
  • PRIMEOFMYLIFE
    Brave, and part of the necessary process. Good for you! Keep it up! Thanks for sharing!

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    2141 days ago
  • SRONNIEH
    Thanks so very much for your kind words of encouragement. You've put a big smile on my face this morning!

    2141 days ago
  • TWESTEN1
    That is awesome! I would be on my face if I tried to get in that pose and stay there :) You should be proud of yourself & the fact that you have come so far!!! And great idea on taking the same pic at different times and being able to see the changes in your body. Keep up the great work - you are doing an amazing job!
    2141 days ago
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