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Day 14....my son is proud of me

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

My son has told me how proud he is of me and coming from an 11yr old...That's a lot!!! He even said..."Wow Mom..you are really sticking to it this time!!!"

A child's honesty can hurt or it can heal...this time, it is healing me. He makes me want to do this and to succeed in my journey.

I AM better than that cookie or that piece of cake!!

I AM a good mother and being healthy will only make me a better mother!!

I AM going to succeed because I choose to!!

I AM woman...hear me ROAR!!!! ...woops..got a little carried away there...lol.

Weigh in tomorrow morning...fingers crossed...this week has been upside down...I truly hope to at least maintain.



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  • SHOREGAL47
    What a great high!!! It doesn't matter what the scale says tomorrow... though I'm sure it will be amazing... what matters is that you've found the true you... The you that was hiding behind junk food and food that wasn't good for your body. Unfortunately there are no scales available to show us what health benefits we're gaining... Congrats..
    4104 days ago
  • RACHEE7
    Good for you!!! And GOOD for your son, for telling you how he feels! Keep stickin' with it! :)
    4104 days ago
  • MMICKEYP
    Heck...I could hear you roaring all the way over here!!! haaaaaa
    What a blessing to have your little boy say that he's proud of you..sniff...sniff.
    That is SO awesome. You are going to achieve every one of your goals if you keep that great attitude! I'm proud of you! Just go back and read your blog from the very beginning and you can see and feel the changes...just in the way you're communicating! I'm sharing your joy!

    Have a great night. I'm actually going to bed now! Sparkfriends orders...lol. :) emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4105 days ago
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