[This message edited by IrishLass518 at 11:45 AM, January 19th (Sunday)]
Seems like many of us lose weight, start running and redecorate!
This is it. The darkest day. The blackest hour. Chin up, shoulders back. Let's see what we're made of, you and I.
― The Doctor
I wish I enjoyed running. Being asthmatic taught me that running hurts.
If anyone ever sees me running, the zombie apocalypse has begun and Im trying to keep my brains inside my head!
Great job lady.
[This message edited by persevere at 5:05 PM, January 19th (Sunday)]
Status: D 2011
Above all, be the heroine, not the victim. - Nora Ephron
It is our choices...that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.
- J. K. Rowling
Add me to the list of those who lost themselves and their self-care while trying to manage their Xs and Ms.
I was in great shape when I met X...then the depression and self-loathing and all that mess set in and I looked just about as gross as I felt. X was so mean to me about my body, he'd compare me to other women who's bodies he liked better.
Now, I'm healthy and free and fabulous. My body is bangin' and I love it! Ironically, I now have the exact body shape he used to wish I had before! Just a little vindication...thanks karma, you're the best!
Good for you IrishLass, keep up your bliss!
I would like to run again but I live in mountain lion country and it doesn't feel safe. I would look like prey. I clear brush instead.