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I met the woman I want to become today

Monday, September 21, 2015

Well, actually she was a 19 year old girl.

I was working out at the Quincy University weight room where I do my water exercise before class. We notice this young lady doing leg exercises doing 110# pounds of weight. My friend asked if she was a runner and she said she was not. She is a basketball player. I said she probably didn't even weigh 110# and she started to laugh. Let me tell you this girl was beautiful and had a very nice shape. Then she told us she weighed - get this - 190#!!!! She had to repeat it a couple of times because we thought she said 119#. She even had to say it like 1 - 9 - 0. NO WAY!!! Damn! I am going to look hot when I hit 200#. I think she is going to be like my inspiration. Do you think it would be too bold of me to ask if I could take her picture and put it on my refrigerator? She is so nice and has helped us out a bit with some of the machines.

My friend was afraid to go to the weight room because of the "skinny" girls. But they have all been nice. I think that if they think you are seriously trying, they don't laugh or tease. And you never know, they might have been big in a former life, too.

I was down another pound this morning. Slowly but surely...and I even had a little bag of Skittles this weekend.

Check out my latest before and during picture.

Hope you all had a great weekend. Spark on!
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    Honey one step at a time.. You can do this.. If I can you can and do not give up.. Just keep that head up high and look up.. One size does not fit all... In His Love and Grace Just Me emoticon emoticon emoticon
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