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DaisyMunchki...

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Posted: 18 Feb 2013, 10:20
Have been "OFF" since November, No excuse. SAD kicked in really badly this season, and I really HATE being here in this abysmal prison aka a Rehab Facility. The food is AWFUL. Not fit to feed to pigs let alone human beings. It is very difficult to follow a healthy life style when the food is of such low quality, nevertheless I am determined to prevail, and even if I have to subsist on yogurt and bananas and oranges I'm going to diary my food and do the very best I can. I cannot walk anf the only way I ever will again is to lose this damn barrel of lard hanging around my hips. It has been there almost all my life, I'm sixty 67, it is about time and then some. I gotta GET SERIOUS!!! And I gotta get outta this place before it kills me, because it will if I don't leave soon.....
Chaairy

Joined: Jan 10
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Posted: 18 Feb 2013, 10:38
Well Valentines day is over and I am so proud of my self I did not eat anything at work like all the goodies and there was a lot of them. I have just started Atkins again and I have lost 10 pounds and feel great. In smaller size of pants and the scales are going down.



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