BONNIEDENNIS

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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Hello Friends
Today is my two year anniversary on Spark. I would love to be writing about how it changed my life, and I am finally at my goal. The truth is I am down about 9 pounds from my start. I have weighed more during these two years, so sometimes, I was endeavoring to get back to where I started. I have to rejoice that I that I have stayed around the same rather than gaining 10 pounds each of these past years. I have about 60 pounds to lose yet. I love the resources on Sparkpeople, and I really like all my new friends. Thank you for your support, your comments, and your "goodies".
I am renewing my commitment. One thing that I can improve on is tracking my food. I have been in a low glycemic class that required journaling in a workbook. It was difficult to find time for both, but I only have 2 weeks left, and then I'm back on here tracking everything. I'll have to look and see if low glycemic is one of the plans on Spark. The class was very helpful, and my husband took it with me. He's 4 pounds from his goal.
Happy spring, happy new beginnings to all of us. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • SKUTRGAL
    I've been at it 2 months & haven't lost anything, so I can really relate! I'm so glad you've stayed connected to SP all this time & will be back when your class is over. My Hubby just joined SP & will probably lose his 20 pounds by next month LOL! But we keep on keeping on! Good luck! emoticon
    3620 days ago
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    I enjoyed your blog! I know it must be a little discouraging to see only 9 lbs down (I can totally relate!)but you are right...it is better than having put on 10 lbs a year (which is the rate I was gaining at). It sounds like you have a great attitude. Keep plugging away and you will get to your goal!
    3620 days ago
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