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A little late with these , had a busy weekend....

#19 : My Vitamins / Supplements...(yes, those a pre-natal vitamins, no, I am not pregnant nor planning to be; nutritionist gave me a choice of 1 pre-natal Vitamin A day or 2 regular a day)

#20 : Good Morning...(view from the backyard door, not going out any further cuz its FREEEEZING out).

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#20 : My Biggest Support(s)...

Hubs and the Kid would hate it if I posted their pics, so these will have to do...

P.S. they look nothing like these 😆. Age the guy pic by about 25 years, and de-age the other by about 15 years.

**sorry these are so big, didn't realize they would present this way...**

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Well neither of these are gonna stop a clock from running so if they resemble these proxies, they are pretty pleasant to gaze on.

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On 1/20/2019 at 7:45 AM, GreenTealael said:

Lol ummmm 😓 my kids are classified as my employees (jokingly at first) during the summer months for cleaning around the house, they receive payment by job description... I've seriously considered starting a real cleaning business they would run... But you know... Child labor laws...

*takes notes*

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My husband is absolutely my greatest support . You don’t have to be on this website for long to know that’s not always a given. I am truly lucky to have someone by my side every day who not only encourages me but is putting in the work with me. He has officially lost 75 lbs since *I* started this process because he eats well and exercises like I do.

But an important thing I’ve learned here is that I don’t NEED his support to do this. I can do it on my own with the support of people here, in-person support groups and my own determination and resiliency. Having him on my team is just icing on the cake!

@ummyasmin not a cliché, we are lucky!

pic of the husband when he was little, didn't want to post him on here :)

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There are only 4 words in a relationship that means more than I Love You and they are " I'm here for you". Don't you wish you could go back in time? Then you would have more time to know and love him. You are an incredibly blessed woman.
I know. I thank God. I'm very lucky. We met on the Internet back in the days of dialup LOL. So Internet romances can work out.

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@ummyasmin not a cliché, we are lucky!
pic of the husband when he was little, didn't want to post him on here [emoji4]

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Awwww what a cutie-patootie. 75 lbs as well is fantastic and doing it the hard way too!!

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