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Ok, so I fell off!!!

Friday, May 11, 2007

Finals came and went, I didn't get any sleep and resorted to munching on M&M's and burgers while I was studying for my massive cram session. In three days I think I managed to get 6 hours of sleep. I did not go to they gym, I ended up settling for squats in the stand up tanning bed for 10 min.

Yesterday was fun, the longest two hours of my college life. Graduation from San Antonio College and NO ONE HAD A CAMERA!!!! lol. My MIL had one but the place was too dark and everything came out yucky on the camera. I have to chuckle because otherwise I would have to cry.

I got my nails done my hair done and a pedicure yesterday, BUT I decided to be a hefier and I ate mexican food and a sausage egg n cheese biscuit for breakfast. I am so going to hate getting on the scale on Sunday!

However, I have decided to take it as it is and go from there. I am hoping it won't be more than a 10 pound gain. But I am going to just have to start over and get back on track. I am doing this Sunday because I have a dinner celebration at a wonderful Restaurant and I am going to enjoy it and not just get rabbit food... lol.

Anyhow Thanks for everyone's support during my finals it meant so much! I am now done and taking my first break off of school since high school. No school this summer so that we can move! YES!
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    Hey Chick, you did it!!! Congratulations! You've now got something that no one can ever take away from you. I know the future holds many wonderful things for you. WTG!
    4917 days ago
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    Okay so you slipped, you realize it and there is only one thing to do. GET UP !!! I read your Sparkpage and you have done a GREAT job,, so enjoy your weekend of celebration that you absolutly deserve and then get right back on the wagon. I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT.

    4917 days ago
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