Wow. Just Wow.

Okay so yesterday was a little off for me. Really, thanks so much for all of your pep talks and great advice and ideas. I am feeling much better today after a good night’s sleep and a ride on the treadmill this morning. I appreciate ALL of your comments and can I just tell ya how much I feel the love??? You guys are the best!!
I just want to give a shout out to all of you who commented and to let you know, of course I read them everyday, but yesterday you all really gave me what I needed:

Dschnabel – I feel like you gave me a great big hug!

Laura – from you I got a slap on the butt (in a football kind a way) and a Go Girl You Can Do It!!! =)

Alicia – you live in my head most of the time, I think we were separated at birth!! I am going to try cooking things ahead of time and freezing them – I love that idea!

Vicki – have you ever thought of writing a book? Because you have amazing knowledge of this stuff!!

All of you have given me more than you will ever know!!

I didn’t make it to my WW meeting last night because the little one was one cranky kid and I just didn’t have the energy to fight the battle and the hubs wasn’t home yet, so we just stayed home and made chocolate chip cookies. Not a great swap, but a good time was had by all. I may try to find another meeting this week to go to, because I would really like to go, but I don’t know if it’s going to happen.  We’ll see.

 Layta taytas!!!

4 thoughts on “Wow. Just Wow.

  1. Blogland friends are the BEST! Glad you found some motivation and support from them. We *run* in some of the same circles, and I just found your blog. I’m trying to scrape up the motivation to lose this 20 pounds that is just refusing to leave!

    Keep up the great work!

  2. I am glad you are feeling better and found the support you needed here. Truly, this blogging thing has changed my life! My blogging friends know me better than my real world friends in many ways.

    Vickie is right on her comment yesterday. Everyone starts out slowly, and we build from there. It has taken me 13 months of consistent effort–starting with walking, then walking and jogging, then jogging, then running–to get to where I can run 10 miles. I started walk/running on March 23rd, 2007, at 195 pounds (I track my workouts and my weight in excel, and I’m so glad I started this close to the beginning so I can look back and say, wow, look how far I’ve come).

    Just imagine what you can be doing a year from now!

    I hope you have a restful and happy evening. And the cookies with the little one sounds like a much better plan that a WW meeting with a screaming toddler, when you are feeling in the dumps. I think it was the right choice for where you were at the time.


  3. Hi–Ditto–your “commenters” rock! I could just read your comments for tips and inspiration. I am glad you feel better. I am off to bed now…b/c lack of sleep makes us do bad stuff ( me: eat for energy).

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