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Trusting the process!

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

I weigh 21 pounds less than I did one year ago today. That is a loss of 11.6% of my bodyweight. I plateaued when my deteriorated knee made vigorous cardio unsafe last September, but I did NOT gain during this time or the Total Knee Replacement surgery or the rehab. Aggressive PT gave me back a functioning leg and the ability to exercise JOYFULLY rather than with great pain, for the first time in many years. I achieved a new Log-in streak and, while I know Sparkpoints alone and logging in aren’t enough to give me better health, they represent tenacity. And tenacity is providing momentum. I. Am. Grateful. I. Am. Committed.

This is my first blog entry since 2015. And this is the best I’ve felt in an even longer time!
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  • SLENDERELLA61
    Good accomplishments over the past year. Very impressive. So glad for you. Now, reward yourself! Wishing you continuing success. Warmly, Marsha
    630 days ago
  • WATERMELLEN
    Tenacity and momentum and commitment -- that's a terrific achievement and particularly with the knee surgery too.

    Must feel so good to have a lighter body and a functioning knee again!!
    636 days ago
  • PATTYMCGRAW
    Wow! I am impressed that you made it through surgery and rehab without gaining anything. I had foot surgery and gained 10 pounds.
    636 days ago
  • CAKAROO
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    638 days ago
  • JEANKNEE
    So excited for you! Trusting the process is a huge accomplishment in and of itself. emoticon

    Maintaining through surgery and rehab is a job well done. emoticon

    To be exercising JOYFULLY again? Priceless! emoticon

    Wishing you continued joy along your journey ... emoticon
    639 days ago
  • MILPAM3
    That is superb! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    639 days ago
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