When I Got Gutsy — and Finally Lost That Weight

This is an aspiring story! I know exactly how she feels. I have struggled all my life with my weight and i am soooooooooo sick of it!

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I wasn’t sure I could do it.

And I wasn’t sure I wanted to.

I’d grown used to being the curvy girl — the one with the “pretty face.” Even as my dress size climbed through my teens and twenties, I refused to give in to self-doubt. I didn’t want to focus on my weight — even though, in reality, I already was.

When I needed larger jeans, I bought them.

When I wanted to have a second cupcake, I did.

Christmas cupcake

I’d gotten listless, cranky, easily tired or sick. But I wasn’t a woman accustomed to depriving herself or scaling back. I was afraid to address the issue of my climbing weight because I “didn’t want to obsess about it,” as I told my fiancé. The idea of a weight loss program where I’d have to track points — and be held accountable for everything that passed through my lips…

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First Blog post

So many things are going on during this Christmas season, and I feel compelled to comment on some of the topics that are taking up space in my head. Phil Robertson. I like this man and what he has to say. Its really too bad that this man has to take so much crap for stating his opinion. It’s too bad that when he is quoted, they leave out the part where he says he does not judge people, he loves all humanity and is here to spread the word of Jesus. The Robertson’s could walk away from A&E and still be the great family they are.

I am new to blogging, and I’m hoping to  have interesting content, and interesting links to articles faith, values, family and shopping.