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I'm so darn cute!

Friday, June 22, 2007

Okay, so I have to admit, I am in love with myself. I know that sounds weird but I don't care!!!! For the first time in my life, I look into the mirror and like what I see. I know I'm not perfect, I haven't yet obtained my goal or even gotten close to a comfortable weight for my frame...BUT, I have a smile that could light up the world! Have I always been this cute?!?!? And if so, why couldn't I see it? How can I continue to treat myself as anything less than worthy? What I mean by that is...I am worthy of love, I am worthy of being taken care of, I am worthy of eating right, getting fit and ENJOYING LIFE. Anything other than life to the fullest would be disrespectful of the awesome work of art God created in me. And the same goes for YOU!!!
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  • no profile photo NEGRITA9
    Thanks!

    THANKS SO MUCH! I needed this today!

    I realize i'm reading a post that's almost a year old, but it's fantastic!
    4237 days ago
  • FISHINKAYAKER
    OK Andrea,
    You are cute and funny and you really do have a smile that lights up the room. Now with that said. Let go for pie. Just kidding. You are worthy. So, how are you going to help others? (Which is what God put us down here to do and a way of showing God that we appreciate all that we have..) Now that you know how cool you are, what are you going to do with it? Just a question to hopefully make you think.
    Your friend. Carol
    4593 days ago
  • IAMBEHAVING
    You really are cute!!! You made it half way so far and you feel this great.. Just imagine how you will feel when you hit your goal weight! I think you have reached one of the hardest parts of weight loss.. The Positive Attitude and Self Image. Congrats! I know once I get in the right grooves I will get to post the same about myself.
    4597 days ago
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