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March 21, it spring and I am a mess!

Saturday, March 21, 2009

I have officially "undone" my previous hard work on SP and at the gym.
The fact is I am only 1 pound lower than when I first started in 2006.
This is very bad news. I have to lose this weight and get back into fitness and health as a priority.
Gads as I type this my right hand is numb; not at all good.

I feel like a 60 year old beginning to fall apart. I can not let this happen.

Mike & I have joined a gym; but we have not got there yet to start our workout. It was only the evening of the 19th and yesterday was so full of activity; including a huge luncheon.

I ate way too much. I have to start and start now. Oh, I am going to a spaghetti dinnner tonight. I can do this. I don't have to over eat. OR I can say; enjoy Dean a and start on Sunday; I am afraid Sunday will have an excuse too.
What am I to do?
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    Hi Deana,

    I was thinking about you the other day, but I did not do anything about it. I wish I had stopped by to say hello how are you doing?

    I have to get back on track too. I gained only two pounds back since I started SP, but I have been the same weight since July 08 when I went on vacation.

    I just ate about 15 Pringle potato ships, and an 8 oz cup of soda at 10:30 p.m. :( We had by husbands birthday party on St. Patrick's Day, and still have some snacks left over. Than we went away for the weekend and ate more than usual. More excuses.

    I want to get down to 125, but can't seem to move that scale. Too busy lately to log into SP too. :(

    Hope you and your husband do better this week. It is good that you joined a gym together. My husband kagee2 on SP is still doing great. He has lost 200 pounds since Sept 2007.

    Good night Smiley!

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    I think I could have written this blog....

    4431 days ago
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