I want to thank you for the enormous feed back and positive comments on my last post regarding my second weight loss journey. If you did not catch it - you can do so here --> "My Big Confession."
So let me bring you up to date. Well, before I do that let me just go back a little bit. Seven years ago today September 12th, I had lost 113 pounds. This reversed all my illnesses (diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure) for which I used to take up to five different medications.
I became the Healthy Girl.
|My GYN-Onclogist, Dr. Jason D. Wright and me.|
It has been a decade since I was declared Cancer FREE. What a blessing - I give thanks to the creator of all things. I am grateful to be here and I am grateful for these past 10 years.
I want to thank so many people - the list is so long, but you know who you are. You all play a role in taking me to where I stand now - small role or big role - it doesn't matter, I am grateful for you all. Thank you for the bottom of my heart.
Please continue to read my post posted on Cervivor.
With all my love,
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