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Can't wait for Spring!

Monday, February 03, 2014

Ok, I know me and the weather again. But this snow is getting depressing now - first today, Wednesday and then Sunday. UGH, I need warmth and sunlight! At least the days are long so it isn't dark so early. But these days make me want to not do a darn thing!
It is really hard to struggle with myself to do something when the mind says to do something, but the body is like, "you want me to do what?" Or sometimes it is vice versa! But I digress, this is going to be a never ending fight for me - my weight loss that is. It has been for so long why should it stop now.

Ok, rant about cold weather is over. Please continue with your regularly scheduled program...
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  • NHES220
    I'll join you in that rant! I cannot wait to get back outside for a run, but no! There is more snow coming and more cold coming. But, I choose to live here so I should just suck it up and stop complaining.

    2621 days ago
    Thanks for your comment and your input on my blog, sort of leads right in to this blog of yours. :) Yup, I'm ready for spring, too. It'll be okay...and you're right, putting just one foot in front of the other one (without sliding!!!) is what we need to do to see this through (oops, didn't mean to rhyme...). Have a great day, Hon!
    2621 days ago
    Most of us try to loss weight put it takes us a long time emoticon
    2621 days ago
    I totally can relate to your weight loss fight. I am in the same boat. But you know what? We will not give up!!!

    Sorry about the weather! But remember, this too shall pass!

    Hang in there my friend! Better days are coming! emoticon emoticon
    2622 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8730394
    Here is some Aussie sunshine to life your spirits!!
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    2622 days ago
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