Through continued extensive training and maintaining a proper diet, i’ve managed to drop my weight down to 166lbs and I now comfortably (not snuggly) fit into size 32 pants! This is awesome, I feel great today. I’m gonna keep working hard to maintain my level of fitness. If I can do it, you can do it!
Getting to where i’m at right now reminds me that nothing is impossible. Work hard towards what you want to see in your life, and keep following a righteous path all the while. You will get the support you need from friends, family, your own self, and a God whom loves you very much. Always stay dedicated to the good and never give up or give in. You can do it.
I have said little about my fitness in a very long time, so I thought I drop a small note. Still working out on my Monday-Wednesday-Friday, though my eating habits have changed drastically as of the past 11 days. 11 days ago I went cold turkey, completely cutting out sweets, bread (white AND whole wheat), fried foods, heavy & starchy carbs, and even meat for the most part. That’s right, I primarily have been surviving off a vegetarian diet (though I am admittedly open to pesce-pollotarian diet as well). I’ve supplemented this with fresh juices, a daily double intake of green super food (http://amazinggrass.com/category/16/Green-SuperFood.html), as well as a daily intake of high fiber (http://www.barndadnutrition.com/ultra-fiber-dx/).
Off the bat, I am not on a “diet”. Many “diets” are more or less built to fail, right from the get go. Really, it’s all about knowing what you eat and knowing what’s best for your body. For me, this way of eating seems to be working out, coupled with my exercise regimen. My last post that mentioned a weigh-in was July 2011. At that time I was 187 lbs. Since then, my weight has teeter-tottered around there and at the lowest, 184 lbs. My latest efforts is an attempt to finally get rid of the stubborn fat I have left. Is it working? Well, I sure hope so. I’ve only begun to fight.
3/31 Weigh-in: 178 lbs
So for any that cares to know, that’s where i’m at. Thanks for reading!
Very far away is the one I consider like light. If i’m cheesebread, she would be the cheesecake. I wonder if she sometimes stops and thinks of me. I think of her, on the daily. To say that I miss her is an understatement. But I know she’s doing what she needs to do to strengthen her already strong relationship with Jehovah. And if she did think of me, that might get in the way of what she’s trying to accomplish. I wouldn’t want that. It’s a conundrum I impose on myself then: I wonder if she thinks of me, but I know she probably shouldn’t for her good.
My heart remains in a sort of hiatus for now.
Nonetheless, I know Jehovah is richly blessing her. Everyday and night, she’s in my prayers. When I see her again, will she feel anything… for me? I don’t know. But… i’m willing to wait. Foolish as that might seem, what I felt in getting to know her instilled a type of hope. A kind of faith. Something that’s so new and yet so familiar.
So i’ll wait, patiently. I’ll keep looking at the sky. Each sunrise, each sunset, every fleeting moment, it will all be meaningful. And when warm weather finally returns to this part of the earth… i’ll see what comes to be. My hope is for something so dreamlike to come into fruition/reality. The result is yet to be determined.
But i’ll wait. I am convinced there is something there, and i’m going to hold on to it. Time, please be kind and understanding.