Imagine you have just left on vacation. You packed everything you need, loaded the car, gone over the check list and take off down the road. You pull over 100 miles later to fill up with gas and you realize you left your wallet at home. What a sick stupid feeling that would be driving all the way back and starting all over again.
November 24, 2006 I had just finished the One-Ton-of Fun Challenge. My final weight was 374 and I had lost 34 lbs. and had just walked the 5 Mile Turkey Trot. Today I weighed in at 379. The same as last week zero gain or loss. But I can’t help but think I have to retrace my steps and start all over again. I weigh 379 and I am walking more than a mile a day.
The difference is that in 2006 I crossed the finish line and did not change the way I live my life. Today I am committed to live a healthier lifestyle for the next 100 years.
But I can’t help it; I wish I hadn’t left my wallet at home.
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Happily Married to Michele and living in central Texas.