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Blogging again!

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

OK so it's been awhile since I 've actually wrote up a blog and posted it!! I love reading all the blogs and have been so inspired and motivated by them!! I'm on a new journey with SparkPeople! I rejoined back in March and have been actively logging in and tracking! But today with starting a new challenge I plan on ramping that up and jumping in with both feet as they say!! I WANT this to be the time time I lose those stubborn pounds! I WANT this to be the summer I will wear shorts and not worry how they look! I've told myself they make capris for a reason!! I WANT to be able to buy and actually wear a swimsuit this summer!! I WANT to be able to once and for all get out my fall clothes and have them too big to even wear!! Can't think of a better problem to have!! I don't normally state my wants so openly but there's something about blogging that stirs the writer and the ranter in you!!
So as of today with my First Official Blog I am in for the long haul no matter how long it takes!
Happy Tuesday Everyone!!
Rose!
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  • JESSALOU7
    Woohoo Rose!! I'm so happy you're starting to blog! You are going to have so much fun buying a new wardwobe!
    3345 days ago
  • ALBERTACB
    YEH -- Get those stubborn pounds...
    You rule! Go for it!
    3346 days ago
  • THEHONESTME
    YAY!! Love the blog! You're going to find it so liberating that you'll be blogging on a regular basis. The ability to say what you really feel without being judged -- I love it! I'm like you, don't normally like to state my wants/my desires, but on here I can do that! Can't wait to read more from you!

    BTW, I think you look great - I sure don't see anything to keep you out of shorts or a bathing suit!
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    Kathy
    3346 days ago
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