Lisa & Drew at ICE.
In the past year we as a family have come a long way. It all started last January when Lisa began Sabrina's mommy bootcamp class. I remember Lisa being very nervous for her first class she didn't know if she was going to be able to do it I reassured her and told her to just try and do her best. After her first class she was so happy and I was extremly proud of her and that was just the start of our journey! As a family we changed many aspects of our lives. We started eating healthier which included me having to stop drinking slurpee's (my main addiction) and pop. I started working out with Lisa, I even went to one of Sabrina's bootcamp classes and got my butt kicked. At this point I remember saying to Lisa that I can't believe you do this everyday! Over the last 12 months I have watched the weight drop off of Lisa and no matter where we went people would come up to Lisa and say how much of an inspiration she was to them. Lisa's response was always the same she couldn't have done it with out Sabrina and the support of all the mommies at bootcamp . I have been there to support her when the dreaded scale didnt move, I can remember the support that she got from the mom's at bootcamp which helped her get through these rough times, since she wouldn't always believe it when I told her. What I can't get over are the changes in Lisa from a year ago, she would have never run in public but 3 months ago she had gained the confidence to take part in the Run for the Cure and she is planning on participating in the Sun Run in April. I think my proudest moment was when Lisa had the courage to stand up in front of everyone at the Interior Childrens Expo "ICE" and told everyone her story, then her and Sabrina held up the amount of weight she had lost, in bar bell's. To all the husbands out there, the amount of work our ladies put in at this bootcamp is amazing! But its not just their journey, its all of ours. Just by dropping the slurpee's (my beer) to support my wife I have lost 25 pounds! (sorry ladies)