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Sunday, March 23, 2008

I Am Proud To Be A Loser!

It's Easter Sunday and all and I will post pics of our cute little boy and his Easter loot from Saturday, (we don't give him Easter stuff on Sunday just Saturday or Monday) but I wanted to share with all my avid supporters out there my good news! Since joining Weight Watchers 3 weeks ago, I have now lost 5.8 pounds!!! That makes my total weight loss since January, 10 pounds. I have been working so hard for this, it makes me wonder what its going to take to lose all of the weight! But since joining Weight Watchers it has been easier and I feel like I have a hard set plan that I can stick to and a great support system in friends and such at my weekly meetings. I am losing on average 2 pounds a week with the Weight Watchers program, better then my previous 1/2-1 pound by myself. My workouts are also getting easier as I transition into the intermediate program with the fitness routine I am using. I am so happy to be a loser right now and just wanted to share the great news of finally being a "biggish" loser!

5 comments:

Jeannette said...

Happy Easter Niece. I am so happy that your hard work and determination is paying off. A two pound average is actually very good. I am sure that you can tellalready tell the difference in how you feel. You have inspired many with how you have gone about accomplishing your goal.
I am proud of you!

Samantha said...

Ditto to Aunt Jeannette!! So proud of you! What an awesome acomplishment! Dude, wish I was a loser. ;) GO YOU!!!!! Happy Easter!! Love you!

Xela said...

Hooray for you!!!! That is awesome! I know that it is not easy to keep up with things and it makes you feel so good when you see results! Keep it up girl! Love ya!

The Perkins Family said...

10 pounds, what at accomplishement! I'm so happy for you Moana. Stick to it.

ajhcreative said...

That is so great. I am so impressed. It is not easy, but so worth it!!! When you hit a small goal you should post a pic so we can all see your great progress.