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Sunday, December 22, 2013

I Need A Silent Night

Anybody besides me feel like THIS?

I don't ever remember a busier holiday season. It has taken its toll. I am working toward food sanity and will get there. I am going to have to "redo" some pounds that were lost but that I have found again.

It is what it is.

I wish all of you a blessed Christmas.

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  1. My Christmas has been quite the opposite. Since we celebrated "Christmas" at Thanksgiving with our immediate family (including 11 grandchildren), the BIG part was behind me - and left us with a fairly relaxed month. I didn't too very much decorating & our celebrations have been small casual ones with various groups of friends, etc. REALLY, REALLY nice. I'm wondering if we'll be able to repeat it next year????

    I just know you'll "get a grip" and achieve your goals for 2014. You can do it! Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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    1. I will get a grip. I am determined to change the direction of this ship. Merry Christmas Rebecca!

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  2. I'm in the same boat as you. This Christmas is really "heavy" on the food side. Like you said, it is what it is. And you'll turn it around!

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    1. I am trying to balance an eating day where there are all kinds of bad choices around, get togethers, and pitch in's with a day of control. This will all be over soon and we can get back our routine and lose all these distractions. Have a blessed Christmas.

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  3. Myra, I wish you true peace and enjoyment for Christmas this year and I know you will get hold of the reigns and be back on track in no time at all. You are one of the people who inspires me to stay on track myself and I know you are serious about your journey. I'm looking to make improvements after several years of maintenance myself this year. One day at a time seems to be the thing.
    I too have found a way to simply enjoy this year and take it for what it is this holiday season. Not actually sure what clicked for me, but boy am I grateful to have gotten a break and be able to enjoy things this year. Something about forgiving myself is nagging at me a bit and I'm sure that has something to do with it.
    Always so good to see you here, blogging!

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    1. It will be good to re-establish the lifestyle changes and the friendships that got me through to my loss. I guess these times of "boofing it up" helps to keep us humble. I certainly have missed your encouraging comments. Have a blessed Christmas.

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