goingape wrote: »
I will try to do like you and let Covid be positive. We do have more time so no excuses. Thank you for putting the positive spin on it for me this morning!!!! I really needed to hear your words today.
KUMEcyclingteam wrote: »
Happy New Year Bob! Yep the kitten sure hit the fan for me in the last two months. I was also an athlete in high school and college, oh the memories of those days. Sounds like you are still that young athlete in mind and heart and the weight loss is awesome! Good luck in 2021 meeting all your goals and dreams.
dbrinkmeyer wrote: »
I hope I am doing this right. This is my first weigh in.
debbiewsharpe wrote: »
I take FULL responsibility for my weight gain. From March - November I did well and remained around my magic number of 127. Then Thanksgiving came and I usually cook for my family and Larry's family( about 15-20 people) and due to Covid just the 2 of us here. I cooked a full Thanksgiving feast and ate too much for several days. Then the Christmas baking and candy making started. I did like I always do and fixed way to much stuff. Pumpkin bread, fudge, cheese straws, turtles, white chocolate peanut clusters, dark chocolate clusters, peanut brittle and many pies and cakes. Dessert every night!!! YES, I know better! I have been maintaining for several years now so I know what to do and this sure ain't it, pardon the grammar!
COVID DEPRESSION!!!!! I was not able to be with my family for Thanksgiving and Christmas, first time in my 68 years on this Earth. Christmas dinner, New Year's traditional southern meal and the scales are showing it. I think I just ate from boredom and depression. I quit posting here, sorry folks I will try to get myself together this month.
rachelrjh wrote: »
PW: 198 lbs.
CW: 193 lbs.
Weigh in day: Sunday
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