C'mon, it will be fun!

I actually hate funerals, but this one I am really looking forward to! No, it's not a funeral for a loved one although, I must say, their demise is bittersweet. It is a funeral for my Fat Pants! The funeral is not today. In fact, the actual date has not been set. That's because they are not dead... yet. The Fat Pants have been in my life toying with my weight and emotions for years and I have had enough! I'm not playing around this time...they must go!

Beginning today, join me in my murderous plot to rid the world of the Fat Pants on my new blog:

Funeral For My Fat Pants
The Chronicles of My Journey to When I Lay Them to Rest
Official Launch: 09/27/08

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Comment by Christie on September 29, 2008 at 9:50am
Yeah...I'm not going on a "DIET" exactly...just trying to get in the habit of making better choices. I almost got out from under the Fat Pants' grasp once so I know I can do it again! Thanks for reading! Please subscribe to the blog so you can see how it all turns out... HA, I am anxious to see that too!
Comment by Tiffanie Doyle on September 29, 2008 at 7:08am
Me too! I'm not on a diet per say. Just eliminating the soda, exercising, and portion control. The portion control has actually led to heatlthier eating. I have eliminated 10 lbs. so far! WOO HOO!!!
Comment by Dominiquej on September 28, 2008 at 9:28pm
What is your plan, I am starting Medifast tomorrow. I lost 20lbs on it before but got off track. It took me about a month. I did alot of research on the topic and like the phone and email support. Good Luck

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