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Thursday, May 29, 2008


For the past couple of weeks I have been depressed. With my brother moving to Colorado, to my night of eating icing and drinking coke, things looked kinda bleak. Then something happened. Something great...

I realized while I was on my trip to Colorado that I need to do something to make me happy. No one else can. The first thing I need to do is find a new job. This one I have now, just is not for me. But I don't want to start getting all negative, so I am just going to leave it at that. So tomorrow, since I have Fridays off, I am going job hunting! I am so excited about that. Fingers are crossed that I will find something and they will be "Oh Renee, you are just perfect for the job. Can you start Monday?" Ok, I know it won't happen that fast, but a girl can always dream. So that is part 1 of why this is a great day.

Part 2: Back in Feb I had bought myself a pair of jeans and capri online. They are both the same brand and the same size. When I received them I was so excited, but the Capri's did not fit. The jeans fit fine. They were too small, (wish it was the other way but anyway), I admit I was a little upset. But I decided I would keep them and try to lose the weight to wear them. So the past couple of weeks I would try them on every so often to see how they fit. Well this morning I thought I would give them another try. Sure enough they fit! So despite my setbacks the last few weeks everything has paid off. I am able to fit into something that I was not able to a few months ago. By the way the jeans I bought at the same time. They are getting a little too big. I can slide them down without having to undo the button or zipper!

But I don't think I would of been able to get into these so soon if it was not for the support of Spark people and all of my friends that I have made to keep me motivated and the support I needed when I was falling. And of course my mom!! She has been the biggest support of all, even if she does not believe it! Love you all!!

Edit note: Ok I just had to have a pic of me and the capris. The pic is not the best, still trying to get the hang of taking a pic in a mirror. But at least I have it!
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  • DEUCE119
    You are doing awesome!!! It really makes it worth the ups and downs when you can finally fit in to a new pair and different size pants. Keep up the good lifestyle changes. you are on your way. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4655 days ago
  • NEWKATHY4LIFE
    WooHoo very nice, nothing feels better than being able to get into those pants you knew your couldn't wear before, way to go, congrats !! I am so glad your back on track and feeling more motivated, were here for strength, don't forget, when I feel down, I just start reading on here, and before I know it, I am picked back up, and rolling again.

    Your doing great, keep it up !!

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    4656 days ago
  • TWEAVER0715
    Way to go on the loss. Good luck on the job hunting. I know how it goes to be in a job you can't stand. Keep up the great work before you know it your capri's will be falling off you also. emoticon
    4656 days ago
  • no profile photo ATTITUDENEW
    You're off to the races, girl! You are sooo worth it! I'm thrilled to hear that you are feeling confidant, and realize that you spend too much time at work to do something you're not happy doing!
    Just look at how far you've come! Keep kicking butt! You rock!
    4656 days ago
  • BOXERMOM19
    Thats great news!! Your on the right track again. emoticon
    4656 days ago
  • TAZ675
    Doesn't that feel AWESOME!?! Congrats on a job well done!!!

    Good luck on the job hunting. I know what you mean and I might just be joining you in that endevor soon enough!
    4656 days ago
  • BECKYISHERE
    congrats on getting into those capris!
    4657 days ago
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