When I started this journey, one of my driving forces (my health being #1) was I wanted to look good for my daughter's graduation. For that in-you-face-sucker moment when he saw me. He probably didn't notice but it turned out that it really didn't matter to me if did or didn't. What matters is that I am healthier and I know that I look good. I certainly don't need any validation from a "man" (and I use that word loosely) that left me with a 3 year old because I "let myself go".
People need to think before they speak. Words can be very damaging. I have carried those 4 words with me for 21 years. Not sure I will ever forget them. But I certainly learned what kind of person he is.
Enough about that.
I was up a pound last week. Which really bummed me out. I looked back and didn't see where I might have gone wrong except I slacked a bit on exercising. Let's face it, sometimes life gets in the way! So, I will make sure I take a spin at least 4 days this week - no matter what.