A food addict's travels on the road to recovery.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

An Apology

I've been trying to pull my thoughts together all day for tonight's post and there are just too many other things overwhelming me...most of it financial. I'm in a dark place right now and I just don't have anything positive to share with you. I wish you all well and let's hope tomorrow is a brighter day.


  1. Tammy,

    These are the toughest of times. I really understand this...I don't know your exact situation, but I promise I could relate. It's sometimes scary.
    But just remember. It will get better. It's not going to kill you. It's not the end of the world, although it can feel like it.
    And remember...as hard as it may be to keep from turning to food for comfort in this situation---You must stay strong. Another scary situation is not being on track for your weight loss success...Don't add a scary situation to an already scary situation. When all else is bad, you've got this one part of your life that refuses to be defeated. Hold on to your motivating thoughts. Put up that steal curtain zone and let the stressful situations bounce right off...Never compromise the integrity of your journey. It's too important Tammy. It's just too important. And you're so worth it.

    I believe in you---You believe in you!!!

    Get that determined look in your eye and get through this storm. The sun will shine again and you will be losing weight successfully and feeling incredible.

    Blessings and best wishes,

  2. Steel curtain...not steal curtain...

    I drive myself nuts over stuff like this!!

    My best

  3. You don't have to apologize to anyone! Do what you need to do to get yourself centered and happy again. Don't worry about things like this when you've got more important things to focus on.

    Here's hoping the sun shines brightly on you tomorrow. :-)

  4. Tammy, our Father in Heaven knows exactly where you are and what you need. It's hard to know this at times, but try to lean on Him. I love you so much. Praying for you, Mom O.