Friday, October 17, 2008

fat talk.

This is National End Fat Talk Week. Yup, you heard that right!
We are so hard on ourselves and what we need to focus on is being our bodies....feeling our bodies.
Last night, I went to Weightwatchers. I gained .4 lbs. Yup, not even half a pound, but I was absolutely crushed. I have been good...Kambria can be a witness to that at work, and Craig at home. I busted my butt working out, watching what I was eating, drinking water and still gained. I am so focused on what is on the scale and that is just a small part of it all. I need to remember...I am feeling better!! My clothes fit better!! My double-chin is disappearing!!
I need to remember to just keep it up and do what is healthy for me, and eventually the unhealthy excess weight will come off.
So remember girls! NO FAT TALK!! You are all so beautiful!

Miss Elite Plus America asked me to be her friend on myspace. Random, but she is stunning and has nearly lost 200 lbs. Really inspirational. It reminds me that I don't have to be a stick to be beautiful, but a great shopping trip and fabulous makeup and hair could do the trick!

And her before picture....


Miss Anne said...

Um... guess who has a fabulous idea???

How abouts we do some awesome make overs (missy do hair, i can do make up) and we take some fabulous pics of ourselves????

love this girl!... i'm gonna add her on myspace too!

p.s. i'm down 134lbs!!!

Jessie said...

AWESOME!! 134...that is amazing!

Sunny and Darrin said...

Jess- You keep up the positive talk to yourself because you are beautiful! I know that you can do it! Love ya!

Missy said...

Amen sister! She is absolutely stunning. In the big picture the .4 gain doesn't matter. You are working out and it will catch up with you and you will have a loss. Remember muscle weighs more than fat. Keep up the good work.

Mrs. Forever said...

I understand the devastation from a gain (I'm struggling with it too!) and I think you are beautiful! I agree with Miss Anne - maybe we just all need a fresh perspective on ourselves so we stop focusing on the scale.