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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

I have had nothing but rain and low temps here in PA would be nice to get some nice weather while I was here. I may go home on Monday, I do not want to wear out my welcome. I did get to do 60 min on treadmill yesterday and the weights and she has a bowflex I tried to use. I miss the gym. I still am in shock ladies I can wear a size 9 jeans I just cannot believe it. I am in fear though I have no idea what my weight it and that still scares me. I have had my share of sweets for once on this vacation, but Cathy just wants me to enjoy myself and thinks I am too strict. I just think the sugar will become an addiction again and I will want it more?? Anyone else have the fears of gaining it back when you do have empty garbage foods for the enjoyment?

I really want to get back on my schedule I feel like a traitor when I am not. I do not want to live in fear to eat either, so it is perplexing for me.
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  • MARYBERT
    Wow Posey, you've done so amazing. Size 9 pants that is so awesome. I have no idea who Cathy is, but Posey, no one knows you better than yourself. I too know that I can't have too much sugar because it will trigger me to eat more than I want to. You don't have to be afraid, but just know yourself and do what is right for you,and stay within your comfort zone...Whatever you feel is right for you is exactly what you should do...God bless you on your journey to wellness...
    4092 days ago
  • SAX_88
    all work and no play will make Jane an unhappy soul. Be happy! Vacation is a much needed relief valve to a steam kettle of everyday concerns. Relax...let your hair down.....What good would it be to norture a garden if you couldn't enjoy the fruits/veggies grown once in a while? (smile)
    4096 days ago
  • DEESJOURNEY2FIT
    Enjoy your vacation. It does not take long to get rehooked on something so if sugar is a problem for you, I would do my best to keep the intake to a minimum if that's what feels best for you. Congrats on your weightloss and size 9's! Do what you think is right for your body.
    4096 days ago
  • BEESPARKLE
    Enjoy your vacation. Your in a nine and wearing them there. Do'nt worry so much. You get all shook up it makes the person who has you there on vacation all shook up. Relax. You worry now what will you be when you get all your weight off and have to do maintenance. You will go stock crazy mad. Expression don't take it personal.

    Like the gal said. Your scales will be there when you get home. Plus sometimes the body wants inches off not just scales. I had that for over a month. Scales never moved. So chill out girl. Smell the roses.

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    4096 days ago
  • URGIRL
    emoticon take it one day at a time
    4097 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4670590
    Congratulations on all of your weight loss. Try to enjoy your vacation. When you get back you will just have to try hard to get back into your good habit mode.

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    4097 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6097787
    WOW, size 9!! I'm happy that I can wear a 12! They are getting a little loose, but still can't push everything into a 9.
    You are doing great! Give yourself a little slack...after all, you are on vacation, and it sounds like you are still getting plenty of exercise. Please don't be obsessed with weight gain. The stress of that will hinder your weight loss (see my blog for today). Just enjoy the rest of your vacation and you can start up again when you get home.
    So sorry it has been so cold here in PA...pretty lousy weather.

    Keep up the good work!!
    Robin
    4097 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6447544
    Girl enjoy yourself, that scale will be there when you get back.

    A size 9, Honey that's telling you that you are doing something right!!!!!

    You Rock!!!! emoticon
    4097 days ago
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