SOFT_VAL67
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Monday, September 17, 2012

When I got up this morning, and I decided to get on the scale, not really giving it much thought as I have now made Tuesday official weigh in day...but, I had lost another couple of pounds and at first, while very happy about it, it didnt quite sink in.
I had reached my goal weight that I had set for myself for my birthday, of Sept 30th....and ALREADY REACHED IT!!...with a full 13 days left in the month...so, am just hoping maybe to get another 3 or 4 off by that date.
I was so happy and couldnt believe I had made it to that number without a huge struggle...I went walking at daylight and walked an hour til my foot began to ache.
So, its back tomorrow to get fitted for my ortho shoe insert, and hoping they can recommend a good pair of walking shoes to help allieviate the problem.
So, now today my best friend wants to have lunch at the pizza place...and while I swore that place off, I know I can go there and have a nice salad lunch, and maybe even a slice, but not six slices. I changed my goal, since I had met my goal, and changed the new one to lose 4 more lbs by the 30th, and so, SP took my pounds lost off and set it to zero, which disturbs me cause I feel like when I see that, its like saying, ha ha, you didnt lose any...but I know I did and I am tracking that myself as well. I know I have lost 37 pounds since May 24th!!!
So, I know I got this today...maybe just for today works pretty well afterall.
Talked to my friend and work issues interfered with walking this morning, but perhaps gradually it will work out.
Hope everyone has a nice day.
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    Congratulations Val.
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  • NATNOEL
    I am very happy for you !
    You are doing so great.
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