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Ruby Lites and the PAT

Thursday, August 19, 2010

I am a Ruby Lite. And like any other 'light', I shine, trying to bring encouragement and inspiration to my fellow Ruby Lites so they, too, can shine. Right now I am in a challenge that we refer to as PAT, (short for Pound-A-Thon). I am privileged to be a part of a team within the team. We are known as the Georgia Peaches and a sweeter bunch of gals you will never find anywhere. We are getting to know one another better each day and we get encouragement from each other.
We have all set a goal for how much we hope to lose during this challenge. But we won’t beat ourselves up if we don’t quite make it this time. We will all just remember those words of that famous Southern Belle, Scarlett O’Hara, “Tomorrow is another day”. But in the end, WE WILL MAKE IT!!
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  • CAROL3SAN
    Good blog Arlene. I wish you all the best! emoticon
    3575 days ago
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    In three weeks I have added 3.5 pounds to the PAT (down 1, up 3, down 5.5) ...thank you for your encouragement to me and everyone else! you truly are a shining light here on Spark and I am lucky to have you as a friend!
    3575 days ago
  • NANFACEMIRE1
    Arlene, that is a great blog you wrote and as always you are motivating to all of us.
    3576 days ago
  • LITTLE_QUEEN
    You encourage all of us Arlene, On the Ruby team and on the PAT, You are so motivating!

    Your Silent Georgia Peach
    3576 days ago
  • SPARKPIXIE
    I love this blog, Arlene! You definitely summed it up what the PAT is all about! Well said! emoticon
    3576 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6550047
    Thats a great blog Arlene your right this is a great challenge and we are in a great team thanks to you.. you are very inspirational.
    3576 days ago
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