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I have to say, I am feeling a little smug this afternoon. I dragged myself of to WW this morning, and I really didn't fancy it AT ALL, I was feeling fat and frumpy, and conviced my self that I hadn't lost much, if any, weight. And lo... I've shed 5.5 lb since I last went! That means I have only 1 stone and 1 pound to go before I'm at my goal weight! The end is in sight! It aslo means that I have lost a total of 25lb since I went back to WW in August this year (hence the little green star up there).

Although, that being said, I don't much feel like doing anything else for the rest of the day. I had high ambitions for the day, what with Yorkie being off an all. I was going to take the Mondeo to the scrappies, do the food shop, and get some christmas shopping in too, but as it's taken me over half an hour to get round Lancaster's one way system coming back from Morecambe, I don't really feel inclined to go out again today. I'll have to do the food shop tomorrow though, as there's NO food in the house AT ALL, and I guess I can scrap the old car any day of the week, so long as it goes soon so I can park new car out side the house and not at the end of the street.

So I think a long day of doing nothing is in order...... *sigh* So content!

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