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New Years resolutions.....

Sunday, December 21, 2008

I really hate making New Years resolutions. BUT, what I am going to do is make a commitment to myself. A commitment to STOP the abuse I have inflicted upon myself the past few years.
The key word in the last statement is "commitment". Commitment to myself. I have for gotten the importance of such commitment. See, if I say it enough times maybe I'll get it through my thick scull. COMMITMENT.

This past year has been a tough one for me. It led me away from the Pryor (here's that word again) Commitment I had made to myself. That was to GET HEALTHY! I did for a while. I lost 25 lbs, I quit smoking ( i'm still smoke free) and I was pretty good about getting out and a least taking a walk. I injured my foot and it left me unable to go for a walk. As a matter of fact it put me in a cast and put me out of work. And I'm still off work. I let it be my Crutch...no pun intended... I gained almost all my weight back, minus a few lbs at last weigh in. Could be that I have topped my heaviest. Too chicken to look. I will though, on Jan 1st, my non-resolution day. I do and I will recommit to getting back to a healthy lifestyle.
I have such a wonderful support system here on SP. I have made some wonderful friends for life. I thank my "Sisters" for not giving up on me, even when I had given up on myself. You have kept me from deep despair my friends, don't know if you all realize it or not. but you have.
With the new year, 2009, we can together, make it happen!! WOOHOO!!! emoticon
HAVE A SAFE & HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!
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  • UPFORFUN03
    Hey Tracey... you know there's nothing you can't do. I think going about it positively is going to help alot. We'll continue to be here for you!!!! Happy New Year ;)
    4355 days ago
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