My Proposed Resolutions for 2008

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

For 2008, I intend to fulfill my much needed goal to lose at least 100 pounds! I feel blimpy....@ 240
I am originally from Florida now living in GA and have been here since 1993. When I left Florida, I was to tuff for myself,( if I do say so myself)! My Madza RX7 @ that time had a vanity tag stating, "Tuff Enuff!" Now, I can get in a Madza Rx7, but I will have to crawl out! That's sad! I have never been thin, thank GOD, but I have always had what I needed to accomplish my my single days..of course! LOL
Now, I have "grown" much more than I intended to embellish!
I intend to return to Florida soon, and I would like to have lost 100 pounds by that time....end of 2008! I get tired just typing that statement!
I am about ready to retire, and traveling is on the horizon...gotta look good! Right now everything hurts because it's to losing weight should alleviate that problem! What do you think?
I had an offer a few "yesterdays" ago to get a job singing on a cruise ship..umumum...I think I may try it for at least a long as I have my Dramamine in my pocket, while looking great with my brand new attitude!
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    I'm believing with you, Custom, in your dreams and goals! Love in Christ, Sunny
    4731 days ago
  • QUEEND1969
    Okay, so I'm going to see you God's willing in 2009. PTL and Hallelujah! Just in case you thought you were really going to go traveling and forget to head North first.

    I think your New attitude is outstaning CustomBuilt55. Keep it up and keep on going Honey. Ain't no stopping you now!
    4764 days ago
    I think you first blog is a really good one.. It is so hard to find that inner strength to reveal all. You can and will achieve this.. Singing on a Cruise ship.. WOW.. walk off those extra lbs.. on the ship that is..

    4764 days ago
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