Losing Weight is a “Mother”. Happy Mother’s Day.

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123 pounds Lost. Counting down the last 15 pounds. (Part 11)

Today my weight is the lowest it has been in many years. I am 173.3 pounds.

I should be happy. I’m not. I’m exhausted.

I have been fighting the same 15 pounds for eight weeks. I was bouncing back and forth between 176 and 179 pounds.

I have been measuring and weighing and recording and walking and exercising and drinking water and eating no carbs to get off the plateau. It is exhausting.

KETO is not a hard diet. I am a difficult dieter when not meeting my goals.

It is Mother’s Day weekend.

When, not if, when I eat something delicious that one of my loving family members gives me for Mother’s Day, am I going to shoot back up to 179 pounds and have to do this horrific problematical battle all over again? I am being tested.

I will never give up. If I don’t fight I will weigh 300 pounds (again).

Why does this have to be so hard? (Yes, I am whining).

I will cut myself a break this weekend and enjoy Mother’s Day.

After all losing weight is a “mother”. Ha!

Tomorrow is another day.

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