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.... and the weekend is here.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Tonight is weigh-in and I'm actually rather excited... not sure if its because I haven't been feeling well... and that I am thinking I've lost weight due to it? Not sure... but... I'm excited. I am wearing a pair of pants today... that I need to keep hoisting up every few minutes... and it excites me.

Since... I've been flubbing up my weekends lately... I decided to put a little list together for what I planned to do this weekend... and am going to stick with it WHOLEHEARTEDLY! No veering off. No excuses. No NOTHING. Tough love doesn't always need to come from outsiders... it can come from myself too.

I have exactly 35 days until my upcoming convention... I vowed before that time I will be in a smaller pant size. I've already proven myself capable... I just need to work to make it further down that totem pole.

I have been very proud of my recent accomplishments... and am excited to see more!
*dance*dance*dance*
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  • ANDIEJZ
    I'm proud of u 2 Hun! Keep up the good work and call/text if you need me or wanna do something. ((((Jenni))))
    3869 days ago
  • LIVIN2LOVE1
    Happy Weigh Day! It's nerve wrecking... I know. Thursdays are my weigh days. This week I was so nervous that I used the scale at work instead of the one at home. I just wanted a sneak peek and an excuse. There was no change but my clothes fit better and I feel better so I'm going off of that rather than the scale not budging.
    3869 days ago
  • _MARGUERITE_
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    sending you good vibes :) I hope you did have some good weight loss, but even if the scale doesn't show much, if your pants are to big you most likely lost inches!!!!! so congrates emoticon

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    3869 days ago
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