Friday, August 17, 2007

Another 2 lbs off!!! So you can have a couple of bad days and still keep on track. That's 14 lbs so far. I'm so excited! Never ever give up. I've finally found something I can stay with, and succeed with. Yesterday at work a drug rep brought in ice cream sandwiches, NOT low fat. I went back to see if he had any I could eat, none. I said no thank you, he offered me a half one, I said no thank you. He felt so bad that he didn't bring any I would eat. But I was strong. In the past I would have taken one anyway. Instead I went back to my desk and told myself I have WW ice cream sandwiches at home. I had one when I got home. Never in the past have I been able to do that. It would take about 15 seconds of tempting me before I gave in. And I didn't even feel left out. Even when the girl at the next desk ate TWO of them! I felt very good when I left work. And even better this morning when I weighed in!
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    Wow!! You go!!! Giving up ice cream was probably hard, but look it obviously is paying off. Congrats on your 2 lbs this week!!
    90 days-Tammy
    4952 days ago
  • JOEGIRL6113
    WooHoo! Congratulations on the 2 lb loss! That is great, a total of 14 lbs off. Keep up the good work. I am so proud of you not eating the ice cream sandwiches and waiting until you went home. That is just super and it certainly paid off! Rosy
    4952 days ago
    I had a similar experience the other night. My cousin brought out sundae cones and everyone toook one except for me and one other person. I didn't even want it and I was surrounded by people eating. The situation may have turned out differently if it was a DQ Blizzard!
    4952 days ago
    Way to stick it out!!!! My DH does that to me, he'll offer whatever goodie he's eating, I think sometimes just to see if I'll take it....LOL. Good Job!
    4952 days ago
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