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An all time high I don't want to see

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

OK I have got to get serious.
I am up over 50 pounds from my prepregnancy weight.
30+ pounds of that is weight I have gained back AFTER having the baby!
My diabetes has become an uncontrolled beast. My pancreas is destroyed, I'm on tons of insulin, sugars through the roof, blood pressure meds, suffer from neuropathy, kidneys failing, yet still...
I eat what I want and don't exercise.

This week:
1. Track, and do my best to eat healthily.
2. Water, lots and lots.
3. Exercise every day.

I am 9 pounds shy of my all time high of 350.
I can't breathe. I'm exhausted.
My kids need me and I'm scared I won't see my daughter grow up.

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  • RUDITUDI2000
    I'm so happy you are back on here! I often thought of you and wondered how things were going!
    It IS crazy amazing that our bodies respond so quickly. That is so encouraging that you have already been able to reduce the insulin after 2 days of great effort! Please do not give up on yourself, just keep doing the next best thing. We will get there! So proud of you for setting and reaching towards your goals! Your little girl needs you! What a gift! emoticon emoticon
    2418 days ago
    you have great goals you can do it keep taking baby steps
    2421 days ago
    AWWW and here you are supporting me on my blog! Sweetie, you had a baby and it is hard with all the new stress, so you are doing the right thing, getting back to you and eating right and drinking lots of water.
    I hope you have friends and family to help support you and do not worry, as you walk the baby, the weight will drop off!
    You can do this dear!! We will do it together.
    2421 days ago
    Good goals you set for yourself. You can do it, a little bit at a time can make a big difference!! emoticon
    2422 days ago
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