Saturday, July 11, 2009

What would you attempt to do if you knew you couldn't fail?

I was asked this question the other day from one of my very best friends and it helped confirm my decision to finish taking my classes for medical school and apply. I do not want to look back on life and say "I should have done that, but I was scared!" Maybe she will even go with me, haha! I actually registered for one of the three additional classes I will need before I can apply. I know that I can do this, and now I am ready to give it 100%!

My weigh in this week was great! I am down 10.4 lbs since the weigh in started! Only 4.6 more until my 15 lb goal! This challenge has been so great for me. I have always had so much trouble losing weight, but with this challenge I have been succeeding! I am almost into a size 14 jeans!

Work is going good! I only have a couple of more weeks left, and then I will be home hanging out with the kids for a couple of weeks! Then it is back to school. I will not be able to come home at all this semester, but I will make the best of it. I am prepared now to deal with the cold and the different lifestyle. I have a great family that I babysit for and I know that they will help make my semester enjoyable.

I have been so busy that I haven't been able to get my camera out and use it, but today that will change! Next time I update I will have pictures!

So, what would you do if you couldn't fail? We have only one life to live.


Brooklynn said...

good question! I'll have to ponder over that one :)

robineilene said...

Yea! Finally someone guessed July 25th! That is my guess too, and until now no one had picked it yet!

Sacrifices of Joy said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! I have enjoyed reading yours! I was asked this question by a professor in college and hade to write a paper on it. My answer then was to memorize the whole Bible! Pretty near impossible, but I would still like to memorize more and be ready to share Scripture with others without having to say, "let me go look that up!". I love to listen to people who can quote Bible verses for memory (not in a haughty manner though!).