One Hundred and Twenty Five Pounds!


Can you believe it? One hundred and twenty five pounds, that’s 500 sticks of BUTTER! Sometimes I can’t believe it myself. I only know, this;

When honesty and misery, is mixed with determination, we can do far more than we think we can, but when you add your faith to the mix, the possibilities are beyond what you could ever imagine.


Thanks so much for taking the time to read my blog. I am a Baby Boomer from Nebraska blogging my way to good health. I am single, with no children, I have a little white maltese dog named Lily. Follow my journey to lose 1 pound 300 times.

15 thoughts on “One Hundred and Twenty Five Pounds!

  1. Sue

    You are my hero. The worst part about food addiction is that you can SEE it. The best part about a food addiction is that you can SEE IT COMING OFF❣❣❣❣❣ I love you, Sister.

  2. Jeanette

    Congrats on a wonderful milestone. Just wondering how often do you weigh yourself? I know some say its best every day and some say not. I don’t like to more than once a week. I am afraid to weigh myself right now because I have been doing so badly again. I hope I have it in me to start over yet again today. This is such a battle that I feel like I must be crazy sometimes. I feel miserable but keep abusing myself with food. It helps to know others like you are succeeding and I appreciate you sharing with the rest of us.

    • Kathleen

      Thanks Jeanette! I weight myself every Tuesday morning. I use to fear weighting myself too. It’s funny how our relationship with that scale can vary, I know some who struggle weighting several times a day, so they don’t have a scale in the house. I always avoided the scale because I feared seeing what it said. For me, once a week at the same day and time works well. You can do this! Hang in there!

  3. Margie

    You are truly an inspiration! So much of what you say is what I have been feeling but can’t put it into words. Thank you for what you do!

    • Kathleen

      I think we are all more alike that we realize. It is a comfort to be walking this journey together. Thanks for reading! Blessings to you Margie!

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