First off, before I post about me, I would like to say to Olivia7906
, that you are such an amazing woman
. You could have just gotten really discouraged, took off longer, or just simply given up--but you stopped it all before it got to be too much. Not only that, Olivia you actually came back
, and shared
your disappointments! All of this makes for a triumph, even if you don't see it. Your post was very encouraging for me today, thank you, thank you hun
. I am rooting for us all to get what we want
Now, regarding my current status, My excitement regarding my new workout has turned into fear
! What if I get my butt kicked today?!! What if I am not as fit as I think I have gotten?? So many what ifs...but the only thing left--so cliche'--is to do it. I am such a baby
. April is going to be amazing guys, let's multiply our progress!
! Weight is very relative to height. When I used to weigh around 250--people were shocked, and I would have to remind them of height differences. I also remember being in the 5th grade, having a class project that required us to weigh ourselves, and being embarrassed to tell my friends what I weighed. I can't recall the exact weight, but I remember wanting to be under 110 because my friends ranged from there to as low as 90lbs, and I was like 110-115!! I was the tallest girl in my class! I was a long legged skinny child--who if anything--looked like she should have been eating more, not less!!!
I laugh now but I will always remember the horror I felt then, being the "fattest" girl in my class
Your brain is reeling because I