Sunday, August 26, 2012

Summer is Over.

So this past week I began what is hopefully my last year of my Associates Degree. I can't wait to graduate finally. Anyways, this past week I wrote a Thank You letter to my home slice Tyler over at 344pounds. I didn't think he was going to turn it into a post but he did and that was really awesome. I encourage you to click the URL link and check it out. He's an amazing success story and is basically just an amazing person overall. 

I know some people have been wondering what I have been up to and why I haven't been blogging. I was working a lot this summer and trying to workout and have a social life. So there basically went blogging out the window. I have gained a little bit of weight this summer. It's not a lot but enough for me to want to get back into the swing of things.

I don't think I am as worried as much about losing weight as I have been in the past. My future career as a police officer means that I have to be strong and somewhat "bigger". So for the past 2 months I have really been focusing on weight lifting and becoming stronger. I need to be able to do about 20 push ups for my physical test. I need to be able to defend myself on the streets as a cop. People want to hurt cops. I don't want to lose the battle of fighting to stay a live. I want to be able to kick ass and take names.

My eating is getting better. I have been more conscious about portions and what I am eating. I downloaded an app for my phone so I can keep track of my water intake. I stole that from Alan. Btw, he is on a roll! Check out his blog, its awesome like him.

So that's me in a nutshell right now. I thank everyone for their continued support, it means a lot to me.

7 comments:

  1. Hey Molly ;@). Glad to hear you're doing good. Thank you for continuing forward with your weight loss that means a lot.

    Blessings
    Christina

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    1. Thank you for your continued support, Christina!

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  2. Becoming a police officer is such a great ambition. I am definately with you on being able to kick ass and take names! Strength training is important and I think it doesn't get emphasized as much as it should.

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    1. Strength training is so important for women. I wish more would hit the weights instead of the treadmill.

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  3. omg! You're going to be a cop!? I love it! It's good to know that the power-combo of fluffiness & justice will be spread to the streets on your watch. ((giggles))

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