Jessica Creekmore

Octane Orange Team

I am married to David. I have three kids: Austin, Kendahl and Justin. I also have four step-daughters: Shelby, Abby, Savanna, and Breanna. I enjoy reading, volunteering at church and spending time with my family. 

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This week as been tired week.  I'm not sure what it is but I have been dragging some serious behind all week.  And the others are feeling it too because I heard several remark on their exhaustion.  Monday morning a few others and my awesome husband met at 5am...that is correct 5am, to do our Monday run on our own at Deer Ridge.  It was still dark out when we started running so it was a little different from what we normally do.  When we were running back towards the school, I started looking around at all the houses and everything was still "asleep".  There was no hustle and bustle.  It was just calm and quiet.  I started thinking about the people that are in those houses that need FWSW and don't know how to get out of their rut.  So I began to pray for everyone to be able to find their own drive and will to change.  I prayed for them to find their Rick and Tina to challenge them and love them.  I was one of those people in those houses a year ago, 6 months ago.  No drive, no initiative, no will power and thank God everyday for the opportunities that I have been given with FWSW.  My journey in life has become so amazing and exciting.  I cannot wait to see what comes next.  The Season 10 ladies have a group text and that has been the most amazing thing ever!! We can discuss ANYTHING and we all UNDERSTAND.  We discuss everything from periods, to emotions to poop! And its awesome!!! Plus, its such an uplifting, non-judgement zone area.  All the ladies encourage one another with words, quotes and memes! We all know that we have each others backs :) FWSW has truly changed my life in this short 8 weeks.  It has made me a better person, a better wife, a better mom,  and a better employee.  I can truly see Jesus through those that volunteer to with the program.  I understand why Rick and Tina do this <3 One thing that has truly touched my heart is that my daughter whom is 17 went to the gym this week.  If anyone knows Kendahl, then you know that you know where just froze over :)  She tells me how proud she is of me and how good I'm looking.  Well, I would like to believe that I have rubbed off on her and have given her some motivation.  She has had a rough last few years  and she told me that it is time for self improvement.  I'm so proud of her <3 It is truly amazing the people that tell me that they have been following my journey on facebook.  People that I never thought that would be remotely interested in what I do.  But positive energy spreads everywhere! I am so thankful for everyone that has helped me on this journey whether it be physically, mentally, emotionally, or verbally.  You all rock and are such a blessing to me!!



So we are half way done.  It doesn't seem that it has gone that fast.  But I look around at everyone and we have all changed! Not only are we not the same people physically, we are not the same people mentally.  I feel week 7 has been a week for bonding.  I truly feel that not just my teammates, but all the contestants have become closer.  We understand the struggle that each other are going through.  And the support and love that we give one another is amazing! I had a few victories this week...I was able to button and wear comfortably a pair of capris that I haven't worn in 4 years.  I pushed the sled with 70lbs of weight on it and didn't die.  I volunteered to do extra credit. And I did a two minute wall sit.  Oh AND I ran 6 miles and didn't die!! I am so proud of myself and if the scale does not reflect what I did this week, I am okay with that because I gave it my all.  I'm truly thankful for my husband and his support.  I couldn't do this without him and I'm so blessed to have his love and compassion.  Rick and Tina, thank you for giving me my life back and choosing me to be a part of your family.  To all the trainers, thank you for pushing us beyond what we "think" we can do.  Jen, thank you for keeping us on track with our nutrition.  And Sonja, thank you for being there for us, listening and being a non-judgement zone.  I felt so much better after talking with you.  I love you all and God Bless!!



Week 6 has been a week of reflection on my physical and mental activities.  I started the week out with Cicely at 5am on Monday on the elliptical.  Then weigh in that night.  I lost 2.6 pounds which was a victory because 1. everyone clapped 2. it was over two pounds 3. Octane Orange won the trophy for most weight loss!!  Then Rick said that I was in extra credit again because I haven't lost enough weight to be on track to lose 50lbs by July 8.  So I was a little disappointed because I had worked my butt off for that 2.6 pounds but I still get more extra love.  So I was determined to work harder and stronger this week.  Of course, my team came to extra love to support me...again.  Well, my knee started giving me issues and I saw Gretchen at Summit Physical Therapy and she told me I have inflammation in my patellar tendon.  Now I'm working on straight leg raises and other things to strengthen my VMO to straighten out my knee cap.  Thursday I woke up with a horrible stomach ache and nausea so needless to say I did not make it to work out that day.  Friday was an awesome extra credit and workout with EJ.  Learned how to do Jacob's Ladder and was able to do it for three minutes with only stopping two times.  Did my weekly challenge with the sleds on Friday night.  I was thankful for the extra credit because I was able to do the challenge and not struggle to get it done.  My runs this week were awesome too! I was able to run all 4 minutes each time we did the interval.  There is no way I could have done that 6 weeks ago...or ever.  I smoked for 18 years and I really thought that there was no way that I would ever be able to run long distances.  Well, look at me proving myself wrong.  LOL.  Tonight I attended one of my best friend's wedding reception.  Her and I have been friends for about 20 years.  We have experienced most of our adult life's ups and downs together.  Tonight she shared with me that she "follows" all of my stuff on facebook from my pictures, to my comments and my blog on here.  She said that I am such an inspiration to her that she has shared what I am doing with her family and friends.  She told me that I am such an inspiration for so many people and that she is so proud of me.  But what she said next is what brought me to tears.  She said, "Jessica, if I ever needed a friend to help me out, have my back and get something done for me, that friend would definitely be you.  You are the strongest and most driven person I know.  I am so thankful to have you in my corner." We don't realize how many lives we are touching daily by our actions.  People look up to us and want us to succeed.  They want us to be the "comeback kids".  People want to see us have victories.  As I was driving home and thinking about this conversation, I realized that FWSW Season 10 doesn't end on July 8th, it starts on July 9th.  That is when we will rise up and apply what we've been taught in bootcamp.  We will continue to make good and healthy choices and maybe we will help others out as well along the way.  Tina commented on my facebook picture that it was nice to see my smile and I told her that I had lost it for a minute.  I let the scale get the best of me and I let my doubts into my head.  I've got this!! We all got this!! It doesn't matter where you're at in life, start now.  Thank you to all the alumni that walk with us, talk with us and run with us.  Thank you to our trainers and nutritionists for your amazing hard work and sacrifices.  And Rick and Tina, thank you so much for choosing all of us for Season 10.  I hope someday I can give back as you two have.  <3  God Bless!


I shared the following post on my Facebook page on 4/25/17:

So this past week has been super hard on me emotionally and mentally. I only lost 1.7lbs last week and 1 lbs this week. When you lose less than 2 lbs, no one claps for you because this is a weight loss program and you don't get credit for "participation". Last night was super hard after standing on the scale and I cried my eyes out because I feel I am working so hard and not seeing results. I also felt like a huge disappointment to Rick and Tina, my team, my nutritionist and my family and friends. David Creekmore was so kind, loving and encouraging when I got home. He told me to keep going and he was proud of me and gave me his best hugs! Because of my weight loss this past week, I received extra credit. This means I get to go in at 5:30am instead of 6am and I get to work with Rick for half an hour before our regular workout that starts at 6am. Well, this morning I walked in and my team was there to greet me, Dan Harper, Parker Watts, and Shawn Kinzer (Latoya N Williams was there in spirit ❤️)They volunteered to be in extra credit with me all week so I didn't have to do it alone. That made my heart just swell with love and appreciation. I have the best team ever and I'm so overwhelmed with gratitude. Bring on Week 5! #Octaneorange #fwswstrong

I am in awe of the public response of support that I received from my family and friends.  I wrote the post to let everyone know how awesome my team is and  that I'm basically having a bad week (which CiCi told me tonight that it was okay to share my struggles).  42 people commented which blew me away! I can't believe how many people are following me and my journey.  I'm just so incredibly blessed to be a part of FWSW and to be part of this family.  I'm forever grateful for everything.  Tonight was our run at Deer Ridge.  CiCi ran with me and encouraged me (maybe got a little sassy <3) to not quit.  I am so thankful for that because I do not like running at all and I shared this with CiCi.  She taught me how to pace myself and breathe while I'm running.  By the last run, just using those tools, I was able to run and not feel like I was dieing.  :)  CiCi also discussed with me on how to mentally prepare myself for the things that I do not like doing...aka running.  She states that I have to embrace it and learn to like something about it.  And as she is telling me this, I feel that she's giving me a life lesson also.  There are some things that I really don't like in life right now but I'm going to try and embrace them instead of avoiding them (which I would love to do with running LOL). It is still surreal to me that I'm going to be running 13.1 miles on July 1st.  That is still very intimidating to me but I'm going to embrace it :)  I'm especially thankful for the alumni, Lori and Dian, this week.  They have really encouraged me and gave me the best pep talks. They showed me that they really care about FWSW, all of the participants and the mission.  I'm so thankful for being picked to be in the program and that I get to be part of the family.  Thank you to Rick and Tina for having the heart, motivation, and giving spirits to help all of us.  And thank you to the trainers and nutritionists.  I also want to say a big thank you to my nutritionist, Jen.  She has been my other rock through this whole thing.  She is our team mom, our counselor, our sounding board, and our biggest cheerleader.  She doesn't have to do any of this but she does and she shows us love everyday.  She talked me off the ledge after the weigh in on Monday and has followed up with me everyday.  I love her dearly.  I'm also very thankful for my team.  God really knew what he was doing when he put us together.  We have the #1, #2 and #4 men on our team and the #2 woman!! I am so proud of all of them and how hard they working.  Even when we think we can't do anymore, one of us is encouraging you to keep going. This is what a team is and what teamwork is about.  I'm so very proud to be their teammate <3 Please honk and wave when you see us running! It's great encouragement :) God Bless! 



This week has been pretty emotional for me.  I believe it started with some family dynamics over Easter that hurt my feelings, my weigh in on Monday and has continued on a downhill slide the past few days.  Plus, I didn't have my meals prepped so I had to spend an evening doing that and missed my second workout.  So that frustrated me.  I just felt like I didn't have my crap together.  Plus, I was having shin splints so bad that it felt like someone was driving nails into my shins.  Then Josh and Mari told us that we half assed it in the pool this morning and Rick said getting up out of bed is half the battle. They were all right.  My head hasn't been in it.  Then tonight I was getting ready to go inside to walk the treadmill for my second workout and I saw that there was a Zumba class.  I asked Tina if I could go and she said yes but no jumping! I absolutely loved it!! The instructor was so energetic and fun.  The music was fun.  And the hour flew by.  I was kinda disappointed that it was over.  This really lifted my spirits and got me out of my funk.  I know this whole path to a lifestyle change is just as much mental as it is physical.  Your thoughts can definitely destroy your progress.  I am so thankful for everything that Rick and Tina, the trainers, and the nutritionists do for us.  Love you all! God Bless!  



I believe God prepared me for tonight over the last 48 hours.  I met a young lady whose friend did not get chosen for Season 10.  She said her friend was devastated but has since lost 30lbs.  A co-worker told me today that she applied to FWSW 5 or 6 years ago and was not selected.  She told me that she was hurt and upset about the decision.  Well, tonight the scale and my body said I only lost 1.2 pounds.  First of all, there was no applause which was tough and second of all, I am severely disappointed in myself.  I really felt I worked my ass off last week and I only lost 1.2lbs!! So while I was sitting in my chair, having myself a pity party, God whispered, "Jessica, you were chosen.  You are here." And that is so true.  I'm sitting where others would love to be.  So I'm getting my chin up and owning week 4! I am so blessed.  #FWSWstrong



This morning was rough.  CiCi pushed us and pushed us.  I thought my arms were going to fall off.  I am going to hear her voice in my head all day saying, "Jessica!!! I need you to punch that wall harder!!" I love how she loves us even though she says it is okay to hate her.  I love how she gets up everyday to come and help us.  I could never hate that commitment :) I'm having some problems with cramps in my shoulders, calves and shin splints.  I spoke with Jen, my nutritionist, about this and she said we may have to increase my sodium intake.  I'm currently at 1500mg/day because I have high blood pressure (which I'm hoping to resolve this after my weight loss). I had baked sweet potatoes this week and I loved them PLAIN! Oh my goodness, they have become my "sweet tooth" go to food.  I'm finding that food that tasted so bland before now has flavor to it.  Like broccoli, I don't have to smother it with cheese anymore...I just have to steam it and yummy! My husband has talked me into walking and golfing 18 holes of golf this morning.  I'm praying I make it throgh! But it will be an awesome second workout :) I'm just so full of hope and happy right now.  My Savior paid the price for me and by His grace I am saved!! Hope everyone has an awesome and blessed Easter weekend! God Bless!



Today was rough but fun.  This morning we had step aerobics with CiCi and she pushed us hard.  My quads were definitely burning!! Then we had our run tonight.  I ran 3 out of the 4 times.  I had shin splints that was causing pain when I ran.  I walked to the finish...last.  I'm not used to being in that position so that bothered me a lot.  So I'm going to stretch and do what the trainers tell me to get where I need to be! This isn't easy and there are mornings when my alarm goes off that I'm just not feeling it.  But I want to be healthy and I know this is what I need to do for myself and my family.  I'm really thankful that my husband, David, and my son, Justin, were there tonight to support me.  It felt really good knowing that they are there because they want to be.  #FWSWproud :)


So, I just signed up for my first 5k.  I never in my wildest imagination would have even fathomed that I would ever say that!! And I plan on running in it.  This is just so awesome.  And what is even more awesome than that is that I signed my son and my husband up too! (With their permission, of course!)  I am just super proud of the daily progress that I see.  Pushing those sleds this morning was my biggest challenge today.  Thought I was going to die and quit breathing for a second but I came out okay.  When Rick says, "I smell fire!", I definitely kicked it up about a million notches!  Everyone is so encouraging! I'm so blessed to be a part of the FWSW family and to know that they will always be there no matter what.  Yesterday, I did my first interval walk/run.  That went great.  I put on my dance cardio music and away I went.  Wasn't as boring as I thought it would be.  I found myself revving up for my two minute run part.  Then I went to spin class. Not sure that was the best idea after running because for the first time I felt like I was going to puke.  I'm sure Tina would be proud :)  I found that I need to push myself hard like that in order to succeed.  The scale said I was down 3.6 pounds from last week.  I'm okay with that but would like it to be more.  So I'm going to try my best to incorporate my second workout this week.  There is so much showering and laundry going on during FWSW.  You get sweaty, you get clean, you get sweaty, you get clean.  I was also super impressed with our conversations with Sonja last night.  It's nice to know that what I'm experiencing is "normal".  I am definitely grieving food but my sense of smell has almost become that of a bloodhound.  I just want all the volunteers, Rick and Tina, nutritionists, trainers, Spiece employees...that I'm so very grateful for their commitment and I am proud to be a part of it.  God Bless!



I have been pretty emotional this week.  An old picture popped up on my phone and I felt immediate disgust and self loathing.  How could I have ever allowed myself to look like that? I kinda of lingered on this train of thought for a day or two.  Then my husband told me that is why I am where I am at today because I do not want to look or feel like that anymore! And like always, he is definitely right! So I'm continuing on in this adventure of FWSW with the thoughts of laying on the beach in Siesta Key in my new bikini and body :).  I love how our team has become very close.  We all talk daily with one another and encourage one another.  We sometimes give Jen a heart attack by what we are asking to eat.  LOL.  But I'm proud that we all know that we need a nutrition check before we put something to our lips.  I have to say that I'm definitely turning into a morning person REAL fast.  I am struggling with working 12 hour shifts (8am to 8:30pm) three days a week after doing morning workouts.  I feel exhausted by the time I get home and haven't been getting that second workout of the day in.  So this week, I'm going to try my best to get that second work out in.  Maybe hype myself up on my drive home and be ready to go when I hit the door.  I have three pairs of pants laying on my closet floor that has become an incentive to me.  I haven't worn them in three years and will definitely feel like I'm winning when I get them over my hips...and buttoned.  I'm still in awe of all the amazing support we are receiving.  The alumni are awesome and feel that I have made good, wholesome and positive friendships.  I love that God is at the center of this because without him this would mean nothing.  I love all of the support from people (especially at work) that I don't even talk to much and I find them asking me questions and how I'm doing.  My husband has been awesome and has been by my side cheering me on the whole time.  Even getting up at crazy hours to go to the gym (5am on Monday mornings).  But I have seen a change in him also.  He's becoming more active and that may be because we put "Green fees" in our budget :).  I can't wait for my son to get home from El Salvador and start exercising with him! I love my family support! I'm nervous about weigh-in tomorrow night :/  But now I'm to the point that I will take my shorts off too if that means another few ounces or pounds!!! I pray that everyone has an awesome weigh-in.  God Bless! 



Week 2 has gotten off to a great start.  Parker, LaToya, and my husband, David, and myself attending Spinning class for the first time yesterday morning at 5:15am.  That was a good and hard workout.  My legs felt like jelly after riding the bike.  Our class instructor, Mari, was so nice and encouraging.  I really enjoyed it and will be back next week if not again this week.  Last night's weigh-in was amazing.  Our team did so well and lost the most weight.  There were also some big losses with other participants that were phenomenal.  I'm satisfied with my loss of 4.8lbs but I want to do better.  Rick says week 2 is where its at so I'm looking forward to next weigh-in.  I'm also terrified of losing less than 2lbs.  I think I would be absolutely devastated if no one clapped for me!! So that is a ton of motivation right there! I've been thinking about things coming up over the next 14 weeks.  ALL 7 kids birthdays are over the next 14 weeks, including mine, and I cannot eat cake.  This kinda bums me out because I love birthday cake but that is also why the scale says what it did last night.  Jen, our nutritionist, said to save a piece and freeze it for later.  So that's what I'm going to do and hopefully when the time comes I will just throw it away.  So family birthday celebrations are going to be different in the Creekmore household this year...more different than ever.  LOL.  Other things I think about that are coming up are family dinners at Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, cookouts on Memorial Day and July 4th.  Holy Cow that is a lot of temptation!! We canceled our family vacation to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan over the 4th because we are giving our all to FWSW.  So at least that temptation is out the window :) Until I have started watching my portions and calories, I did not realize how much our lives revolve around food!! I am so thankful for this program and everything that has been put into it.  

"No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind.  And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear.  But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it." 1Corinthians 10:13

I repeat this verse a lot in my head because God has promised me a way out of temptation.  So when I am attending family and friend gatherings, I know God will not let me be tempted beyond what I can bear.  He is going to give me a check in my spirit and say, "Jessica, that is not why we are here." I'm leaning on Him more and more everyday.  And I'm thankful for Lori's devotion this morning.  I am Peter on the water.  I just have to keep my eyes on prize which is Jesus and getting healthier.  God Bless! 


Today has been really rough.  The pool kicked my butt.  I'm really sore and really tired but I know that will all eventually work itself out. I ran a mile yesterday and I didn't die! I haven't ran a mile since high school.  I'm so proud of myself and my accomplishments this week.  I appreciate everything that everyone is doing to help me on this journey and lifestyle change.  I look at the trainers every morning and ask myself if I would get up at the crack of dawn to do this for others.  I believe I would to help others get healthy.  I'm a nurse and I let myself get to the point of almost needing medicine for insulin resistance. My doctor told me I would be a full blown diabetic if I don't change my ways.  He's a very smart and funny guy if he's he reading this :)  That scared me because a lot of my patients come in to my OR due to complications of diabetes.  I don't want to lose my feet!! I need them!!  So I'm going to keep going not only for my health but for my family too.  I want to spend my husband's and my retirement healthy and enjoying life.  I want to be healthy and active for my future grandkids.  I want to leave a legacy to my children that they can overcome any mountain that is in front of them.  I thank my Lord and Savior for this opportunity and Rick and Tina and the rest of the volunteers.  You all are so giving and compassionate.  Thank you.  



It has been a busy 24 hours.  I think the anxiousness has worn off and has gone to soreness in my muscles!! I'm so thankful for all of the trainers and their knowledge of knowing what to do with us because I would have no clue.  I am a little anxious about running the mile tomorrow.  I haven't done that since high school which, according to my classmates, was 20 years ago this May.  The weigh-in last night was uncomfortable to me.  Taking your shirt off and standing in front of a room full of people  in your sports bra is really, really intimidating.  But the love I felt from everyone was enough to bring me through it.  I conquered it! I'm sure it will be easier each week.  My teammates are amazing people who truly care about me and my success.  I'm so blessed to have them.  Lastly, I want to thank my husband for being awesome.  He is helping me by cooking our dinners and helping measure out calories.  Not a fun feat because calories are little boogers! They are everywhere!! David is truly a blessing to me and I'm so thankful that God put him in my life.  Thank to all the FWSW volunteers! You all rock!



I'm still reeling from yesterday.  The magnitude of love for this program is phenomenal.  I thank each and every one of the volunteers! 15 weeks is a long time to commit to something.  I thank all of you for your passion for this program.  I am already grateful for all that has been done and we haven't even started yet!  I came into orientation extremely nervous but came out confident that we will all succeed but I am still nervous.  The mini marathon is extremely intimidating to me right now! But after talking it over with my husband and son, they are going to commit to running with me two days a week and run the marathon with me!! Thank you David and Justin! My goal is to get out of the 200lb club.  So if I reach 199lb by July, I will be extremely excited.  God Bless!




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  • What a great blog! Loved everything about it! We know that others benefit from the 25 season 10 but its always good to read about it. Love that your daughter is paying attention and learning and being motivated by mom. This is exactly what FWSW is about. Keep learning and pushing you will arrive. Thanks Rick and Tina

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    Congratulations on completing another SIX miles this morning! It's really great to see the support your husband provides by completing these runs with you. I am really enjoying reading your blog. You are absolutely right about the real journey beginning on July 9. I can already tell you are going to succeed in continuing this journey on your know you have a lot of people watching and a lot of people to inspire! :) Really proud of you, Jess. I'm seen you change in many positive ways since Week 1. Keep up the great work!

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  • What a nice blog. That is exactly why we ask you to share your thoughts. Your words motivate us , when we not only see the physical changes but also how your becoming stronger mentally and understand how FWSW is so much more then a weight loss competition. You are representing the ripple effect that we wish for. Thank you, Rick and Tina

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  • Your passion to work harder than ever is so evident. Thanks for all your kindness and encouragement. Team Orange is on fire! GREAT JOB!

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  • Guest (Lori Whitman)

    Just wanted to encourage you to hang in there. You're doing great and no matter how much or how little you lose each week, that crazy number on the scale is going down. Some just go faster than others, keep your eyes on the prize and on your own journey...comparing can really be discouraging. It all adds up and in the end you are going to be so pleased! #bettingonyou

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  • Jessica-
    Really appreciate you honesty in your blog. We know you have had two tough weeks. We also know you have a HUGE support system and we are ALL here to help every step of the way. You are working hard and we love your entire team came to support the EL with Rick this past week. Your TEAM is behind you as well as the FWSW team. We know you will get to the next level and we will all make sure of this.
    Love you know the team loves you and will help anyway we can.
    Glad CC was able to help you with your running and give you some words of wisdom to help you get through the runs. Running is mental and each and every run is different. Try to remember you have a gift and God is with you every step of the way. I like to talk to God on my runs as this is my ONLY quiet time. Without phones, text, emails and 100 people needing me. I turn on some good music and allow GOD to hear my heart. Its the best FREE counseling ever LOL
    Keep trusting the process and know we are all here. Its funny you mention your team. Since Rick and I started FWSW I am the one who selects the team. I read every application and "try" to put people together who I think will "gel". Well, I am happy to say with 10 years of doing this its amazing how teams have REALLY worked out. I think only one team that I am aware of did not work out. So in 10 years that's a pretty good tread. Just wanted to share with you:)
    Week 6 here we come.
    Let's do this.
    Tina and Rick

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  • Guest (Jen Hollman)

    Jess, I love reading your blog! You are such an amazing person, and I love that you aren't afraid to share all the steps/struggles/victories/etc of your journey! I know you had some tough moments the past week and while it is never fun while they are happening, those are the times where you can really reflect and learn from them, and make adjustments for the future! I can tell day by day that you are working hard on making a true lifestyle change! So happy for you and also for the rest of your family/support system...what a true blessing they are! Go, #octaneorange, go!!

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  • Guest (Rose Murphy)

    So glad you found a group class you LOVED!!! I love exercising to music, LOVE IT!
    Always easier to get a 2nd workout in, when it is something you are looking forward to!

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  • Great job on the 5k, Jessica! I admire how supportive your husband is in coming to the walk/runs. I have read through your blogs and I am so thankful to know I have a sister in Christ through this journey! Cheers to rockin out week 5!

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  • Jessica-
    LOVED your blog and your honesty! That's what is is all about. Love you recognize the importance of staying on track and have food prep for week so things are not crazy for you:)
    Seriously, LOVED seeing your post after Zumba and seeing your beautiful smile! Your smile told me you found your love! The key is to find what YOU enjoy and what will keep you on this journey even when FWSW ends. LOVE you are finding this out:)
    Lastly, loved seeing the joy in your face doing your 5K today!! Love your husband is right by your side every step of the way! Truly, this is key to success have such a great support system!
    Week 5 here we come!!
    Let's do this!
    Tina and Rick

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