Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Tails from the scales Weel #3


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Gained back two. :(

This week is week three for me and with the weeks rolling by it was also the last injection for my knee. Many days of being sedentary awaiting the arrival of the next couple of days now, when the promise of being able to walk awaits me. I will be free to begin toning and exercising will get to begin for me.

Some how to my amazement I have maintained. This after eating chips this weekend and having a campfire mellow or three or four. I did notice that I had better moderation. I also ate less of my feelings. I have been rather discouraged with the pain and the week after week of it got old and I got too frustrated .I also took the effort to take some of my foods camping. I ate way too much. I leaned into the beneficial list of foods for my blood type and have stayed away from coffee again( type O) for it is harmful and causes inflammation.

Four days of this week were camping and the last 21/2 were off my feet with the last shot. This is so hopeful. I walked and hiked in the mountains a little~! This is a huge thing! I walked!. This was a first in several months for me. My joint felt so good. The muscles are so very week. So I will have some core work for my back and leg toning begin today and Friday at therapy. This is a big part of the next phase. I feel a lot of muscle pain and back pain so I have to keep my chin up. The dog head butted me this morning and brought me to tears. This too shall pass. I did it once in week one. It was a lot of work to fix foods just for me. I think if I can get out of pain I can focus better.

193 starting

191 week one

191 week two (at 189 on Friday)

193 week three

5 comments:

Scale Junkie said...

Hope you are feeling better soon. Hang in there and the weight will come off eventually.

Cynthia said...

The weight will come off with time. I have gained nearly 40 lbs in the last year due to not being able to walk (an exercise I so enjoy) from osteoarthritis. I understand. Wishing you well and May God Bless You!

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Denise said...

Bless you my friend, be patient. The weight will come off.

Amrita said...

This will make you cry, but I read eating hot chillies makes you lose weight! LOL

Mama Bear June said...

Hang in there. I hope you are out of pain and able to get some exercise soon.

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