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Down 4 More!!

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

PRAISE JESUS!!! I've lost 4 more lbs, which brings my grand total to 24 lbs lost!! Praise God!! I am so, so pumped about this! And surprised! For the last two weeks I've been really slacking on working out; last week I think I only did two days. :-/ And on Saturday I had an off-eating day (Heroes marathon with a friend); we ordered pizza (first time having real pizza since I've started!). But, somehow, by the grace of God, I'm down 4 more! I'm so excited and I definitely needed it, because I was starting to get a little discouraged, but now I'm feeling so rejuvenated and ready to kick butt!

I finally went to the gym by myself this morning! That was one of the biggest reasons why I haven't been working out very much lately; my besty's been super stressed and tired lately so she's been sleeping in and we always went together and took her car (which has a parking permit for campus). So I would use that as an excuse to not go, but last night I decided I'm going no matter what, so I did! And it was AMAZING! I took my iPod and listened to praise and worship songs, and it was just so, so good! I got to use exercise as an act of spiritual worship, and it was so amazing!! Woot woot!! :-D

Have a great day!! :-D Praise Jesus!
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    Sounds like you're working hard and it's paying off. Mega congrats to you - you deserve it!
    4402 days ago
    Wow 4 pounds! Don't you love weeks like this? I have found that changing up your normal meal plans can do that for you sometimes.

    Great job on working out by yourself too. I was SO afraid to go to the gym at all! I finally got a ymca membership w/ my sister and we go together but there are days when she can't go and I've actually made it there myself. It's a great feeling knowing that you are pushing past your comfort zone.

    Keep up the good work!
    4402 days ago
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