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Tomorrow is weigh day...I'm hoping it's good news

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Well, we'll see what tomorrow brings on the scale. Truthfully, I have not weighed myself for several weeks, because I was so out of control,and ashamed.I have been very clean with my eating for most of the last week,and have really tried to pump up the cardio. My clothes are looser,and I am feeling more confident. I LOVE this feeling!!!!! emoticon
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  • RUN2MYDREAMS
    Hope your WI went well. Remember, that even on days when the emoticon isn't our friend, there's always another way to measure your progress emoticon ! So take those measurements and gauge by how you are feeling. Those things are just as important if not more so!
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    3970 days ago
  • MARGBELL
    I am wishing you all the best!
    3971 days ago
  • GOROSIEO
    My daughter and I call it Weigh-in Wednesday. She and I have a goal to lose 20 lbs by her birthday-July 10th. We started the beginning of April.

    I bet you are right about losing weight by the feel of your clothes. Good luck
    3971 days ago
  • GOROSIEO
    My daughter and I call it Weigh-in Wednesday. She and I have a goal to lose 20 lbs by her birthday-July 10th. We started the beginning of April.

    I bet you are right about losing weight by the feel of your clothes. Good luck
    3971 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    I hope you have good news on the scale. Remember the scale is not the judge and jury on healthy living. It just shows a number to indicate progress in one are only. Cyndi
    3971 days ago
  • KIMMIEB
    My weigh day is Thursday UGH! Not looking forward to it. Hoping for 7 because that would make 20 in two months but I am thinking at least 3 unfortunately :( Good luck! Let us know!
    3971 days ago
  • M.A.C.
    Good luck with your weigh in!
    3971 days ago
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