I can definitely relate to your losses in your life. It just seems that life can be so unfair at times. I had some major losses in my life this past year as well. I lost my younger brother (age55) to a blood clot in his lungs. It was tragic as this man was an athlete and in exceptional shape. Only God knows why this happened at such a young age. My nephew was pushed at a party when he was trying to break up a fight. Unfortunately, he was pushed over the edge of a retaining wall, and he hit his head on a motorcycle. No charges have ever been filed on this one at this time. He was 22. I hope that we can support one another as we heal and both become healthier this year. I am also a teacher (SPED), and I am now working with K-4 kids in Sioux City, IA. I hope that you get great results this week as we continue our challenge to be healthier. Best of luck to all of us. Your friend, Linda
I just now saw the comment that you left on my calla lilies picture last spring. Funny that you named your pup Lily because you like the flowers so much. Calla and Callie are on my list of favorite names for a girl! If we ever have a daughter, there is a good chance she could be Calla.
I just wanted to thank you for stopping in on my page and i am so sorry for your losses you have been through so much and if you ever need someone to talk to i am here and hope you have great results in this lifestyle change we can do this. Teresa from the Golden Phoenix team.
Hello from the Grey Wolves' team. I wish you the best in the new year to come. Hopefully, you can keep up with all of the challenges to come. My biggest challenge is getting in enough exercise time. How about you? My scale is not moving fast enough for me, and I may never be the biggest loser. Any loss is a victory, and I am in this to reach my goal weight. I hope that we can become cheerleaders for one another. We are all in this together. Linda