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If you haven’t already guessed from my title post, I finally dropped some weight after being stuck for what seemed to me like forever. It was just one pound, but I worked hard for it! That one pound for me was like the equivalent of building a house and working constantly to see the end result….and working and working and working, and then finally after ALL the hard work and effort…a house!

Ok…so maybe one pound loss doesn’t seem anywhere near as big as a house, but at this moment in time, it is still pretty darn great, thank you! 😉 So don’t try to stomp on my happiness please! I am going to enjoy the moment for what it is and hope this feeling isn’t a stranger. 🙂

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