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THIS LiLo is DONE!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

I am beyond the gross feeling. I feel disgusting!!! This week has been beyond out of control. LiLo to the max. I'm talking junk food DAILY and fast food as well as shoveling in food until I feel like I am going to EXPLODE!

The knee still hurts today but not as bad as yesterday - YAAAY!!! I am still limping a little now (but its the end of the day and Ive been walking on it all day), Not even CLOSE to 100%, but I am hoping each day it will improve. KEEP PRAYING thats what happens. I will keep icing it and sleep with it elevated, and rub on the arnica cream and take the herb (so disgusting btw). KEEP THOSE POSITIVE THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. I know there could be 'other marathons' but I want to do THIS marathon! I've worked HARD to prep for this one and I've told the world, and just want to do it!

Tomorrow is Weight Watchers (aka LiLo rehab). I know I will be weighing in with a super high number, and have a feeling my leader will want to know "WHAT THE HECK" happened, and I will be totally honest. I will tell them that I went balls to the wall, out of control, and that I cannot just be "normal" and eat anything but just in small quantities. With the WW meeting, comes a fresh new week. Deeep breath and begin again. Tomorrow will be better. I WILL stay in my point range, I WILL track ALL points, and I WILL grocery shop for NON trigger foods, and get back to where I was before.

Thank you for putting up with me and my mood this week. You all are good to me.
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  • LIGHTNINGRUNNER
    Sending positive healing thoughts to your knee. Also sending positive thoughts to you. I want you to be happy you can be honest with yourself about why you feel your weight will go up. Stress of the "knee issue" I am sure caused some of the binging too. Glad it will be a fresh new start remember to reward yourself at the end of each day - when you do well.
    3353 days ago
  • THIRDXACHARM
    Sounds like a good day for a fresh start for both of us. Do you think tennis tomorrow will hurt your knee? Even though it's the backhand I'm sure we'll be shuffling.
    3353 days ago
  • CYNTHIAMINUS40
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    3353 days ago
  • AMARILYNH
    One week of bad eating isn't going to blow your fitness. You know what to do and you are going to do it. I totally get eating because an injury is threatening your marathon - but now its time to step away from the icky food and eat like a marathoner!! You don't need any extra sodium making you retain water - that won't help a swollen knee. Best of luck with the knee!!
    3353 days ago
  • POINTAFTER
    We all slip; we're human. Just don't make a habit of it emoticon
    3354 days ago
  • AVEARE
    Oh I know what you mean....I had two-three days of perfect eating and then got snowed in the last two days and I have been stuffing carbs in my face until I felt like I was going to explode. I have a presentation at work tomorrow so I'm happy I'm getting out of the house and away from all the baked goods sabotage (my boyfriend likes to bake and when he makes scones just cause I like them I can't resist)! Tomorrow will be a food tracking and exercise day! Back on the wagon with both of us :)
    3354 days ago
  • CSULLIVAN83
    Hope you feel better soon! emoticon
    Good luck tomorrow!
    3354 days ago
  • AGCUNNIN
    The big football game last Sunday brought trigger foods into my house (Old Dutch Ripple Chips and Dean's French Onion Dip). I have completely binged for a few days, but I'm ready to get back on track just like you! At least I've been working out!

    Here's to a great rest of the week!
    3354 days ago
  • EYES_ON_THEPRAZ
    Good luck tomorrow emoticon

    We all screw up... the important part is recognizing it and moving on. :D you are awesome!
    3354 days ago
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