Friday, June 30, 2006

weight issues

I've lost two pounds in two days. Wouldn't it be cool to lose a pound a day when you have over one hundred pounds on your back and every where else? (Out of never never land and back to reality.) Of course I know it was probably only due to the extreme heat and the perspiration it extracted. Who cares to a dieter? We like to see the numbers on the scale go backwards. I haven't had a chance in almost a month to go back to my support group and also pick up where I left off on my exercise program three times a week. Yet I am losing a tiny bit at a time. I must have changed and modified some of my bad eating habits. That tells me when I am on course again the improvements will be more rapid and rewarding. Until then, I really need to stay vigilant and watch what and how much I eat. Funny I still have a long way to go but it feels as if it is getting a wee bit easier. I better watch myself, bragging always comes back and slaps you in the face. I love to eat but one thing I don't care to eat is my words! I have had to eat a lot of humble pie in my lifetime. It becomes a natural thing to apologize all of the time but I end up feeling sometimes it leaves a bad aftertaste in other peoples mouth. (Things are never the same again, such a waste of good relationships.) Moral of the story, what comes out of your mouth is as important as what goes into your mouth. Here's to a less complicated life for us all.


iportion said...

Thank you for posting congrats on my blog :-)
What support group did you do, WW, TOPS?
I was always made to feel everything was my fault and then people who made me feel guilty wondered why I was always apologizing. You do not have to feel guilty at getting healthy. You influence others.

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Anonymous said...

THanks for your honestly about what goes out of your mouth being as important as what goes in. I have stuck my foot in my mouth by not thinking before I spoke or letting my emotions get the best of me and ruined opportunities for better relationships so often and it is something I am really working on.