Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Tales from the scales challenge and group. Wk #2

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Hello all, Well...NO LOSS NO Gain. I did see a glimpse of 189 on Friday before I had the second shot in my knee, but after the shot I over did and have been laid low all week end and all week. So I had lost 2 more than the first two. The BBQ ribs my sweet heart brought home so lovingly to encourage my painful days flat on my back with knee held high returned the favor for eating them! You all know that it did not stop at the ribs...I eat comfort when I am in physical pain. Got to stop that!

193 starting

191 week one

191 week two (at 189 on Friday)

I get to go camping this week end, I will get to walk some. I have the third shot on Monday. I will not be physically active then for three more days. I will how ever try to activate some other measure of self comfort than food! I have lessoned my portions significantly.

7 comments:

Jan B said...

It's hard to lose when you are low on mobility. Hang in there. I hope that your knee is better very soon. Take it slowly and be kind to yourself!

Mama Bear June said...

Congrats on maintaining and hope your knee is better soon!
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Denise said...

Praying for your knee, congrats on maintaining.

Cynthia said...

Good job on maintaining! Praying for your knee.

Mamacita Tina said...

Hope your knee feels better soon so you can walk comfortably again.

Maintaining is a good thing. Each day is a new chance to get focused.

Scale Junkie said...

Hope your knee feels better soon. I've struggled with knee pain off and on for years from an old injury so I know how you feel.

Maintaining is a good thing, it shows your body wants to keep the weight off despite your lower mobility.

Weightloss Diet Watch said...

Hi Donetta,

I am new here and came across from http://www.talesfromthescales.net blog roll... just wanna say hi..

Hope your knee gonna feel better ... you are doing a great job keep it up...

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