Countdown to Surgiversary

I was trying to get in touch with some of the folks on the board who had surgery in August of 2009.  I posted, but no response, so I sent personal messages to everyone and no one responded.

Oh well! I hope they are all doing great and their lives are so changed for the better that they just don’t have time to sit down in front of a computer.

As for me, I’m going to keep getting ready for my surgiversary:

  • I have lost 3 of the 2 pounds I gained while on vacation/off track – 2 more to go! Yay for me!
  • I’ve gained 2 inches in my stomach and my fat was flapping on my run yesterday.
  • Moved up to week 2 of the couch to 5k program and felt good
  • Getting my plans together for the 5k on August 26th – my version of a “birthday” party!
  • Signed up to get email about the London Marathon in April 2011 and the London Playtex Moonwalk in May 2011 yesterday
  • I keep battling my demons and have invited my husband to go with me to my weight loss therapy session today
  • Starting weekly sessions again – rather than bi-weekly – to get back on track
  • On day 2 of a partial LPT  – LPT all day, healthy dinner at night
  • Going to start measuring out all my portions again. I know I’m overeating when I don’t do that

Now – what should I do? I swam on  Monday, ran on Tuesday and today I slept through kickboxing, so I’ll have to see what I can find that starts at 8:30 or go swimming or power walking or lift some weights or do an ab workout. Yes, an ab workout to work on that belly flapping sound when I run!

Have a great day everyone!

2 thoughts on “Countdown to Surgiversary

  1. Let me know what you add to your protein drinks. The lomonade & peach aren’t so great plain (just with water)

  2. Are those the Syntex Nectars? Those are two of my favorite, but I just ordered another tub of the fuzzy navel. It might take some time to get used to it, but you could experiment with blending them with crushed ice. Add some fresh lemon juice and adjust sweetness with a little splenda or more water. You can mix it up with a small amount of water and mix with ice tea to make an Arnold Palmer or Peach Tea. Good luck! And if you really hate them, I can buy them from you – I would be ordering some next month anyway.

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