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Year Three, Day 102: Out of the 80's!

....the 180's to be precise!  I want to shout this from the highest mountaintop!



Don't get me wrong. I am a product of the 80's. I wore my hair big. I danced the night away under a rotating disco ball. I played Michael Jackson records on my turntable. I had my own phone in my bedroom...that was plugged into the wall.  I drove a VW Super Beetle.  Life was pretty good back then. I graduated from high school in 1980. Graduated from college in 1985.

I had a high metabolism. My diet consisted of burgers, fries, pizza, chocolate, potato chips, and diet sodas.

But that was then. Things change.

Two kids, and many pounds later....look how far I've come in the past 7 years!



Today was Day 68 hooping:



I am still having trouble uploading my Day 67 hooping video to Youtube.  It is super long and awkward with me adjusting my dress.  So I attempted to make some cuts and add different music.  

You might be able to see the finished product here. Or you just might see awkward me adjusting my dress!




Speaking of dress,  this is happy me, wearing a dress that I bought last summer, that I can finally fit comfortably in!





This was my breakfast in a coffee mug this morning:  Eggs, mozzarella cheese, spinach and ham:




Overall a good way to start the day.


 I am counting my blessings! 

Happy Tuesday!

Talk to you tomorrow!
Love and happiness,

Zita



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