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Thursday, July 23, 2015

So today is weigh in day for me. I got up weighed in and I am at 294.2 lbs. I started dancing around the room. I was hoping I would lose but I was not sure. I had a rough week. I went over one days in calories. So I did not think I would lose anything. But I will take it. I am going to be dancing all day long for this one. I have been trying so hard to get under 300 lbs. So now to set myself a goal of being 275 by Christmas I think that is do able. I think that is a good goal. LOL. I am not sure if it is or not but it looks good. LOL.

So my day is going to be spent doing a bike ride and then I am off to my dad's at some point my Aunt is coming in town to spend the day with him so I want to go see her. Then I will come back and try to do another bike ride. I am not sure if I will get two in but I will try

Oh i all most forgot. My dad has been losing weight since the first of the year. And OMG!!! He looks so different. He looks like half the man he use to be. I am so proud of him. I am so happy he did it. He has type 2 diabetes. They have tried him on all the meds and he can not take them. He can only keep it under control by diet and exercise. He is doing so good. He is walking two miles a day when it dose not rain. He is eating right and I am just so proud of him for doing it. I want my dad to be around for a long time.

So I am off to track my breakfast and then to do my workout. Then off to my dad's I will try and get a picture of him today and post it. I love my dad so much. Hugs and love to you all.

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    2041 days ago
    AWESOME FOR THE TWO OF YOU!!! Proud of you. I have type 2 and it's controlled with nutrition and exercise as well. IT CAN BE DONE! Hurray
    2045 days ago
    That is fantastic! emoticon
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