I find it ironic that I've chosen today to begin my new regime. I am starting Weight Watchers (for the second time) tonight. (It worked for me last time, but I didn't keep it up.) I am visiting three fitness centers after work today to decide which is best for my lifestyle, and I'm cleaning out the kitchen tonight to rid it of all those tempting cookies and chips that taunt me nightly. I also am taking a different route to work tomorrow that will not lead me to my beloved Golden Arches. My best friend is in this with me, and she too has some major health concerns, so hopefully we can motivate each other to stay on track. We went out last night and lived it up on some tasty Cajun dishes. I'm a strong Catholic and I guess no time is better than Lent to reflect, repent, and change for the better.
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