Seasons of Life

Tuesday, January 05, 2016

SO much as happened since my last blog three years ago. My family and I moved to St. Augustine, FL and back to Ohio in that time. I lost my precious mother-in law to pancreatic cancer. My husband has changed jobs a couple times. I've starting working from home while remodeling our new home and homeschooling my younger two boys. Running four other children here, there, and everywhere for sports and such. All that to say this, life happens, but I shouldn't let the stress of change affect my health. I've put 15 pounds back on and no, I know that's not a lot, but my body feels it. I don't have quite the energy I used, and a few aches in joints I didn't before. Part of that is age, but I KNOW that the way I eat makes a difference. Soooo, here I am, back with SparkPeople, back where I KNOW I can accomplish my goals and stay here. I don't want to let life's ups and downs change that. Here's to a road neverending!!!! emoticon
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    I lost my Mom to pancreatic cancer. What a horrendous disease.
    1903 days ago
    Welcome back...I am back as well. I never made my original goal. With life, kids, and my own personal health issues the scale has not been kind to me. Well the scale did not force me to eat, but it told he truth I could feel in my clothes and my energy levels.

    Glad we are both starting over again.

    Here is to OUR year.
    1937 days ago
  • NORTHWOODSMOM8 wonderful to see you, my beautiful friend. I'm so sorry for your losses and the stresses you've experienced these last 3 years. I also have gained and I'm seeking the LORD for His strength in my weakness. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    1953 days ago
  • COOP9002
    Welcome back to Spark. Hope this helps you get back to where you want to be.

    1953 days ago
    You can do it!
    1953 days ago
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