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You Don't Know My Story, so, Keep Your Mouth Shut!

I made it through my second week of just swimming at the gym. I am so proud to have made it this far. first week about killed me, this week I went twice and my legs are made of rubber. 484 more words

Did My Butt Do That?

When my youngest son got married on a harbor cruise I was so afraid that I would tip the boat over. But I was so sick then, I had just come out of the coma and could hardly walk but that was my baby I put on my big girl face and helped as much as I could. 207 more words

Obesity in America (Fight the good fight )

According to the article “Obesity in America: It’s Getting Worse” edited by Ms. Jennifer B. Marks  “Nearly two-thirds of adult Americans are overweight or obese, despite the attention of the health profession, the media, and the public, and mass educational campaigns about the benefits of healthier diets and increased physical activity, the prevalence of obesity in the United States has more than doubled over the past four decades.” … 368 more words

Activities

Demented gymn fitness fanatics

Keith Hudson

Those hundreds of thousands of obese individuals who do work-outs at gymns every week (or even every day) in the hope of losing significant amounts of flab ought to have realized early on that exercise is not the best way of keeping trim. 252 more words

My Bed Bit Me, I Hope It Gets Sick!

My bed has teeth, why would anyone use metal coils (springs) inside a mattress? I have been sleeping on a hospital bed since I came out of my coma in 2012, has it really been that long? 488 more words

Hell doesn't want me!

I have survived my first week of going to the gym, and with the overcast I’m doing alright without the air conditioning. But I can’t ask the weather to continue, nor can I plan what will happen tomorrow. 328 more words

Somewhere Over The Sugar Rainbow

“What do you mean I can’t have pizza for breakfast?” I don’t think my doctor is taking me seriously. “Look, Tonia. You’re going to get diabetes among other health issues that you don’t have already, if things don’t change. 444 more words