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Monday, March 15, 2010

I have NOT been a good girl.........

Hello everyone! I hope you've had a wonderful few weeks, sorry I've been so awful about posting to this blog.....My problems started when I got a migraine that lasted a full week. Seven days of he** on earth, no doubt about it.

During that seven days, I managed to get off my exercise plan in a major way. Now I've been finding it difficult to get (and stay!) on track again. Why is that always the case? My MO is that I only need one major setback and I'm in big trouble! Honestly, am I really this lazy!? Or it is that I just really do not "love" exercising?

You know those people that love to exercise.....I have several friends who do. I wish I was one of them. I know I NEED to exercise, but I don't exactly "enjoy" it. I enjoy how it makes me feel - strong, confident and self-empowered; but I do not enjoy the act itself.

Tomorrow I'm going to get up and at least walk my 4 miles. I haven't done this in well over a week now. I feel extremely lazy.'s just about time to get in a swimsuit and hit the beach. I literally *shudder* when I think about it, so must get moving again!

Plus, my 40th birthday is looming on the calendar, and I'm really far behind in reaching my goals. Wish me luck, I'm afraid I will need it! :-)

Make it a great Tuesday - my reward after exercising will be a hair appointment. I feel better just thinking about having my highlights done.

XOXO, Lori


  1. You can do it! I think you're fabulous!

  2. I also believe in you! I just went from a 22 to a 12 in 9 months. Not easy!! You go girl xoxo LA

  3. I love posts like these! Just try to stay on track and know that it's a way of life that you're changing... definately not easy ;-)

  4. I hear you...Oh, how I hear you. I turn 40 on June 15, that's like months away, right?? I had a few goals but, how am I going to lose 20 lbs, get my PhD, have a son and marry the perfect man when I'm already married by June?! I better get busy. Good luck w/ your goal Lori, you can do it.


    The confusion of the meaning of "eis" in Acts 2:38 is the result of honest misunderstandings, deception, falsification, lies, pride and a total disregard of logic, as well as the denial of translations of the Bible as being accurate.

    Those who deny that "eis" has been translated correctly as "for" in Acts 2:38 claim that "eis" should have been translated as "because of".

    First let me say in sixty plus translation that I have read not one of them has translated "eis" in Acts 2:38 as "because of".

    Acts 2:38 Then Peter said to them, "Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.(NKJV)

    For, always looks forward. If you repent and are immersed in water your sin will be forgiven and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. For is in the future, not the past.

    Because of, always looks backwards. If the 'for' of Acts 2:38 actually means, because of, then Peter was telling them to repent because their sins had already been forgiven. Was Peter telling them to repent and be baptized because their sins had already been forgiven and they already had received the gift of the Holy Spirit? Of course not.

    THE "EIS" OF MATTHEW 26:28

    Matthew 26:28 "For this is My blood of the new covenant, which is shed for the remission of sins.(NKJV)

    In Matth 26:28 "for" the remission of sins looks to the future. Jesus did not shed His blood "because of". Jesus did not shed His blood because the sins of mankind had already been forgiven.

    There is no translation that translates "eis" as "because of " in Matthew 26:28. Because of, always looks back. For always looks forward.

    The only way to believe that "eis" has been mistranslated in Acts 2:38 or Matthew 26:28 is by self deception.

    For does not mean, because of. All the lies, honest misunderstandings, and pride cannot change the meaning of "FOR".

    For means, in order to. For does not mean, because of.

    Forgiveness follows the shed blood of Jesus. Forgiveness follows repentance and immersion in water.