Thursday, December 8, 2011

Dear Inspired Reader

Dear Inspired Reader,

I have no idea who you are, where you live, or how long you've been reading my blog.  But I want to say a huge THANK YOU for my letter and presents.

Last Wednesday, when I arrived at the last day of my internship, I saw an envelope on my desk.  When I saw it was for me, I thought two things.  (1) I never receive mail here, and (2) this must be some sort of joke.  But I opened the envelope and read the beautiful letter inside.

I had no idea that anyone even read my blogs...and never in a million years could I have imagined I'd be an inspiration to someone out there.  Your letter means the world to me, and I read it every day as a reminder that I'm doing something right in this world.  I will write more about my weight loss journey...especially since I'm going to be kicking things up a notch very soon.  I hope you will comment on my posts letting me know how your journey is going too.

Inspired Reader....YOU inspire me <3

xoxo, Christina


  1. Hey Christina

    As a reader of 2 of your blogs did this inspired reader say they read this blog? Maybe you might want to modify the post from your 365 blog and post something there this way they won't miss your post. Just a personal thought since you have like 5 blogs

  2. Thanks for the suggestion! I was a little hesitant to post it there since I kind of like to keep it strictly for my project 365 (I try to avoid overlap). But it is a valid point. Thanks :)

  3. Not a problem I hope that they do come fwd or at least comment on your blog post it's so nice that they did something for you we will have to wait and see

  4. Hi Christina,

    As the poster above said I do read both of your blogs. I am glad you like my letter to you and your parents. I hope you can use the one since you are in SM/PR it is cool at conf. Hopefully I will comment on your post and keep you updated on my journey. So how will you be kicking it up a notch?

    Inspired Reader

  5. Inspired Reader,
    You are so incredibly thoughtful! My friends and I are looking into getting a gym membership that offers crossfit...which is super intense from what I've heard. It's a lot of money, though, but I know if I'm spending that much money I'll definitely do it. If that plan doesn't work out, I'm setting a goal for myself to work out/go to a group fitness class five times a week for two months straight. I've never set such a high goal for myself, so this is definitely kicking things up a notch.
    Thank you again for everything! You are amazing <3