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Here I am yet again.

Monday, August 03, 2015

I had been doing so well. I had lost weight, then got my knee replacements, all was good. I was walking, because I could now, then my ankles started playing up…walking got less and less. Well now about a year down the track I have gained the weight I had lost before my surgery. It had taken 18 months to lose the 15kgs (30 pounds) and now it is all back on plus a couple of extra kilos. Thankfully I am not up anywhere near my heaviest of all time but I am up way too far.

So here I am, yet again, to lose the weight. Hopefully since I can exercise it will come off a bit quicker than it has in the past. My ankles still hurt but I have been having treatment and they are significantly better than they were.

I know with support and with logging my food etc here I WILL manage to lose the weight, albeit slowly.

I will hopefully get to reconnect with old friends from here too. I had over 400 messages in my in box. I hadn't checked it since about the middle of 2013 lol.

Have a great day everyone. Each day is a blessing.

Jennylee
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  • HONEYBEAR1461
    Thankyou ladies. I had been doing well before my two knee replacements, then continued to do well since I was able to walk after my two operations but then my ankles started playing up. Then I gained all the weight back sadly.

    Oh well as you say little by little and don't give up.

    Jennylee
    2179 days ago
  • RDEE22
    Hang in there and take one day at a time. Little by little you will get there. emoticon
    2180 days ago
  • MPARKER67
    I have never officially left but am not participating in any groups at this time. I am selling my house in Carol Stream and moving to Sun City, AZ so don't have a lot of time except for packing. Good luck on your journey. emoticon
    2181 days ago
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