Tuesday, January 19, 2010

True Confessions

It's Tuesday, so that means it's time for true confessions. I have lots to confess. But, I won't make excuses. It's been a rough couple of weeks. I've said that before. It's time to move on from there. Here's the bad news.......

1. Workouts were almost nonexistant. I can remember only doing two.

2. My food was almost all eaten in restaraunts. I admit that some of it was really good and I enjoyed it. Who wouldn't enjoy homemade Polish food?

3. Alcohol was not my friend. No wait, I think it was my friend, way too much.

4. I totally screwed up on the diet coke/water ratio.

Here is the good news......the pity party is over. I can feel the funk lifting. I am back on track and it starts at 5:30 a.m. tomorrow morning with the Biggest Loser wii game. I just got done watching the Biggest Loser and it inspired me. I am the only person who can do this for me. Just me and I can do this. Yay Me!


  1. Yeah, you got that right!! You can do it! Inspire me Nancy!

  2. Yeah... alcohol was way too close a friend to me too... Great perspective and decision to take it for what it is and move forward. Here's to next week!

  3. the funk better get the f away from you :) Yay Nancy!!

  4. Way to change it around! I can feel things getting better for you too!

  5. Nancy, I just love you and I love your "can do" spirit. Good job hooker.

    Lisa @ Shrinking Jeans

  6. CONFESSION IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL! We are all in this together my friend. You have always been there for me when I was in a hole. I want to be here for you. I know that new Nancy is back, I can feel it. I have to confess that while watching the BL last night, I munched on dried chocolate cherrios. But, I've been going to Curves. I just need to get my eating controlled again...You Go Girl...Work it own it.

  7. Nancy... I spent a few hours today in the rehab center where my Mom is for a few days while she gets her strength back. As I walked around with her today (she used her walker and did wonderfully!), I couldn't help but notice some of the elderly people who were bedridden or who were almost immobile. I don't know their individual stories, but I feel that many of them may have been very active. I could see it in their eyes. This gave me perhaps the greatest catharctic experience of my life... thinking that I don't want to be bedridden some day and have passed up precious moments. So tonight I am doing something so outside of my comfort zone that I am scared senseless. It is both psychological and physical. I am doing it for my Mom, my husband, my kids, all those people who can't... and for myself. It may be my last chance. I have to go now and sign up for it... !

  8. Don't be too hard on yourself. Life throws us curves sometimes and we just have to go with the flow. You were there for your friends and that was exactly where you needed to be. Now...get back to your plan sweet friend.



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