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I'm Back!!!!! AGAIN,lol

Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Back after long long roll down the rocky mountain that lead to my regaining weight that took me months to take off. Unfortunately I found myself back living and eating the same way I use to. And what was very sad was that I didn't really care. I was to busy enjoying the taste of the food and not what it was doing to me/what I was doing to myself. Its amazing how I lost sight of all the hard work that I put into it to get the weight off. How wonderful I felt and the way my clothing fit. I not sure if I got to comfortable with a size I hadn't been in years or the frustration of not being able to lose any more.
Anywho I am back--getting back on track and relearning those things that got the weight off to begin with. Praying daily to keep focused. Learning new things and adopting a new life style. Not just for weight loss but for total overall health.
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  • LILSHINE
    One thing I always say, as long as you keep getting back on the wagon you really haven't fallen. It's when you quick and just say this is how my body is and I can't do anything to help it. Welcome back and leave yesterday behind you got work to do emoticon
    3685 days ago
  • BESYKES
    I fell off the wagon a few weeks. In the words of Donnie McClurkin, We Fall Down BUT We Get Up! You can do it!
    3686 days ago
  • RUNJEWELRUN
    Just take it one day at a time! We are here for you :)
    3686 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4945300
    Welcome back.
    I was gone awhile too.
    We found out in Jan my hubby has stage 3 lung cancer.
    It was such a shck I said the h*ll with it and didn't care what I ate.
    Didn't get much exercise either.
    But like you I'M BACK.
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    3686 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/5/2011 9:00:18 PM
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