Saturday, July 30, 2011

“Put all excuses aside and remember this: YOU are capable.”

This morning on my way to my Weight Watchers meeting I was listening to the Tom Joyner Morning Show and they played a Jennifer Hudson song now just in case you don't understand how I feel about this woman you can [read here] but anyway as soon as I hear her name my ears perk up. So after the song they said "Poor Jennifer Hudson..everywhere she goes they're watching her, waiting to see what she eats like 'Oh, is that on your diet girl?'"

Do I even need to explain my feelings on this??? Ya'll know I was hott!! haha So the whole rest of the drive I'm planning my letter in my head to Tom Joyner how I'm on the same plan as J.Hud and YES SHE CAN EAT THAT!!! And don't you dare ever, ever, ever, ever, EVER use that D word again. K? Get it Tom? Sybil? J. Anthony Brown? Got it? GOOD.


My mood was quickly lightened (literally) when I got on the scale! After a two week plateau I was pleasantly surprised to find out that I lost 4.4lbs this week!!!!!! For a total of 71 stinkin' pounds!!! DO YOU HEAR ME???!! SEVENTY ONE POUNDS!!!

Check out this infamous moment in history just in case you were a youngin' like me when it aired (I was one lol) Oprah shows the audience the 67lbs of fat that she lost.

That's deeeeeeesgusting!!!!

I am proud to say 1) I lost more than that and 2) Unlike Oprah, I will NEVER...I REPEAT...NEVERRRRRR gain any of it back ever again!!!!! 

People keep saying to me "I can't imagine how you must feel" or "Doesn't it feel so great?" .. I don't think GREAT is the appropriate word. I don't know if there is an appropriate word for how I feel. "Incredible" would be probably the closest word I can find. I just can't wait to lose 100lbs!!! 

So after my meeting today I sat in the car for a while..listening to music, eating my pretzels, drinking my water and just letting the day soak in. Then I went to buy myself some flowers :) 

I am so thankful for everyone who has shown me love and support throughout this journey. It's nowhere near over and when I lose these last 30lbs, that's when the REAL challenge begins but I am so thankful for all of my family and friends for being so incredibly awesome including YOU!!! 

My ego gets really really big when I have a good week but this was a particularly awesome week so of course I had to take a new picture for the "Watch Me Shrink" album that I have on FB: 

God is GOOD!! Heading to the water park tomorrow for the first time since I have lost weight and excited to not care about trying to cover myself up! Lately I've been looking at women on the beach when I go and even the thinner ones have cellulite SO my new plan is not to give a d*mn about my cellulite, be PROUD of where I have come from, and let the world see my thighs! :) 

One Last Thought: 

Today in my meeting, we were talking about why we celebrate all things and can only have fun when our social gatherings revolve around food and someone said "Because we only live once."   Her reasoning that we only live once so we should eat does not work for me (however I would have agreed in the past). Now, I say - We only live once, let's treat our bodies like gold and live this one and only life as healthily as possible! Are you with me????

“Put all excuses aside and remember this: YOU are capable.” ~Zig Ziglar

Thursday, July 28, 2011

My, how times have changed...

I just had a complete emotional eating binge. But I can't even really call it a binge because even though I went into the kitchen expecting to just eat and satisfy the "fat girl craving" I was having, I almost subconsciously tracked it anyway! I had no intentions to do so but when I took out the OH SO DELICIOUS FRESH MOZZARELLA CHEESE I immediately got out my food scale also...took a big bite.."okay that's 2 points" ..took out the crackers and counted them out like I always do and put the rest back in the cabinet and by the time I was half way through this "binge" I realized it really wasn't a "binge" at all! I knew exactly what I ate and how much and I instantly felt better about the whole situation.

Of course, I knew I was about to blog about it so I took a picture LOL

My fave - crackers, roasted reds, and fresh mozz 

Lately every time I sit down with a plate in front of me, I can't finish what I put on my plate. My body has officially changed for the better!!

Last night I decided I would treat myself since my honey was out and my daughter was sleeping so it was just me and my new kindle. So I opened a bottle of Arbor Mist, which is 2 points for 8 ounces as opposed to 4 points for 4 ounces of wine!

The 3 of us had a very enjoyable evening together! 

Another random thought (If you're on my FB sorry you hearing this again) - Check out my collar bones!!! Holla!!! Lol! You know I was too excited when I saw this picture of myself.

That's about all I have for you today. I'm hoping for a reallly great weigh on on Saturday. I have been SUPER focused!!!! I'm hoping my new kettlebell DVD came in the mail today. I'm heading to check now!

Love and hugs,

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Fall 7 times, get up 8!


Whew! Okay I got it out! I just want to scream to the WORLD how WONDERFUL I feel!!!!! :) *You thought it was gonna start out negative didn't you?*

Back in January when I first started working out, I felt awesome. Then I got ADDICTED to exercise and felt even more incredible! Thennn...I hurt my foot and I kept working out on it...then I hurt it some more....then I slowed down and when I slowed down it's like the light shining inside of me dimmed a bit.

Well my light switch is back on and it's shining bright!!!!

Yesterday I woke up and did my 40 minutes of kettlebell, got in a 2nd workout of upper arm toning with Turbo Fire, and drank 124oz of water and when I woke up this morning I felt on top of the world again and started the routine over! I am going to break my plateau this week and I'm going to FIGHT and PUSH my way to my goal!

I got on the Wii Fit that I haven't been on in months! I was hoping it would tell me in that squeaky little voice that I was overweight and not obese's no longer at the top of the O B E S E section (Obese is such an ugly word) It's almost in the over weight section and check out the change in my BMI!! :) I lost 36lbs since the last time I got on there lol

LOL funny story - You know how silly men can be when they looks for the right words to say? Well a while back, before this journey, I was complaining to my boyfriend about how fat I was and him, trying to be nice and make me feel better but not knowing the implications of the word for a woman, said "You're not fat, you're obese "  hahahahahah I died.. I couldn't stop laughing!! I was like uhh babe that's not a nicer word than fat. LMAO. He meant well!!

Anyway, moral of the story is every now and again, we all have moments where we lose motivation but the key is to get back up and keep on PUSHING! 

You don't drown from falling in the water, you drown by staying there!

Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.  ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Here's to a fabulous Tuesday!!! 

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Mirror Mirror Shiny Glass, Please Tell Me This Isn't My &%#

How I feel 

How I know I shouldn't feel but it's just one of those days

How I REFUSE to feel 

my options

My route of choice

The plan...


Okay, you get the idea lol. I have had a rough couple of weeks. I stayed the same last week and lost 0.2 this week. I haven't lost any inches in a while and I don't comfortably fit into a size 12 as I had hoped (even though my 14's are still too big) so I am feeling a little bit frustrated.

BUT I can pinpoint reasons for why I haven't lost. I know part of it is my fault directly, part of it is because I am getting used to not breastfeeding anymore and having 7 less daily points, part of it is the 20lb engorged breasts I have since I stopped breastfeeding along with the calories that I'm not longer burning that come with the territory, and part of it is because I just enjoy too many BLT's (bites, licks, and tastes).

But the only one who can change any of that and continue along this journey is ME! So, as you saw above, my plan is to cut out the sweets (I eat entirely too many just because I can count them as my points), cut back on the cheese, get in more exercise, and hope for the best! I refuse to settle for less.

Size 13's fit though! :) 

I also looked up metabolism boosting foods that I'm going to focus on (a lot of them also happen to be power foods!) so here they are:
 You can find all the ins and outs of why this stuff works [here]

Cheers to some pounds and inches getting the boot! Focused.

P.s. When I started typing this post I was completely down and the end, I managed to motivate myself, which leads me back to a FB status that I posted earlier:
I think I have a crush on myself lol I'm just very happy with who I have become over the past couple years as a person and over the last 10 months especially. I love me some me :)
 Have a wonderful weekend! Stay cool!! 
I'll leave you with some pics that made me giggle: 
Says it all! haha


Tuesday, July 19, 2011

the difference between try and triumph is just a little "umph" - Do you have it??

I am so focused right now like a horse with blinders - all I can see is my GOAL!! 

I can't wait to wear a size 8..maybe less. I can't wait to weigh 150lbs. I can't wait to throw myself a "I lost 100lbs" party! I just can't wait!!

As always, when I get like this I look back on my old pictures. I look at pictures of my friends who have had weight loss success, celebrities who have actually put in the work (not had surgery),  I look at inspirational quotes that make me smile & cry and keep me pushing!

So I thought I would share some of my inspirations with you today!

Here are some of my friends:

And some celebs:

Of course my beloved J.Hud!

Jonah Hill - Eating right & Exercise!

Uhh that's just gross 50. You look dead. 

Anyway, as much as I am super proud of the celebs who have lost weight by hard work and dedication (which they are hard to find considering most have gone through surgery), I am even more proud of my sisters that I mentioned above. They are regular people with full time jobs, husbands, and kids just doing the damn thing!! You go ladies!! 

Some of my favorite quotes that keep me going:

  • Take care of your body, it's the only place you have to live. 
  • Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is to just always try one more time. - Thomas Edison 
  • Nothing tastes as good as being thin feels!
  • Where there is no struggle there is no strength - Oprah 
  • There are only two choices: Make progress or make excuses - Ellen Mikesell
  • The difference between "try" and "triumph" is just a little "umph" (Love that one!) 
  • You don't drown by falling in the water. You drown by staying there.
I could go on forever. I love quotes!! :) 

My eyes are on the prize! Can't wait until I am here announcing to you that I am on the list up there with my Sisters In Sweat who have lost 100+ lbs!

Have a fabulous day!! 

Monday, July 18, 2011

Taste The Rainbow!

 I haven't updated in a couple days so a quick update then I have some goodies for you. At WI on Saturday I stayed the same, which was more than okay with me! Honestly, after the changes that occurred the prior week, I was glad I didn't gain. I had changes in my points with trying to wean my daughter from the breast, I started a new birth control (which we all know can easily put weight on!), and so on. So, I am satisfied with the fact that I didn't gain.

I realized later in the day though that I think I forgot to take off my sneakers! lol Only me. Oh well...if that is the case, it will add to my loss next week. 

Saturday afternoon when my baby was napping I decided to workout as long as she would sleep. I forced myself off the couch even though all I wanted to do was take a nap but I kept telling myself - "The nap won't give me the results I crave!" So I got up and ended up busting out 100 minutes of exercise!! 

I did ChaLEAN Extreme Burn Circuit 1 (30 minutes), Turbo Fire Sculpt 30, HIIT 20 (on low impact), Abs 10, and Stretch 10. 

Yesterday I didn't behave so well but had an absolutely AWESOME day with my daughter, my sister, my nephew, and later with my honey and my brother in law and all of us. It was a super fun day!

Here we are playing the LONGEST Uno game ever played! 

So I promised you goodies and I won't leave you hanging!! At Weight Watchers on Saturday the topic was fruits and veggies. I am a huge fan of fruits and veggies since being on WW. You couldn't pay me to get in 5 servings of them in the past.


*Stephanie (my WW leader) would name a color of the rainbow and we would have to raise our hands and give a fruit or veggie of that color and a recipe or way to enjoy it. So, I took notes for you guys!* 

  • Tomatoes cut in half, score the top of each half, add thinly sliced garlic to the top, sprinkle with FF parmesan cheese, and bake. 
  • Freeze red grapes and apparently they are like little grape Popsicles when you suck them. 

  • Mango salsa - Chop of mango in small chunks, add pepper, onions, cilantro, and lemon juice in a food processor. Can be enjoyed with chips or on meat. 
  • This recipe for Salmon Burgers with Peach Salsa was on the cover of the weekly [Click Here]  

  • Zucchini raw dipped in hummus. 
  • Zucchini on the grill with seasoning
  • Artichoke hearts sauteed with FF italian dressing 
  • Chopped Zucchini, stewed tomatoes, and chopped onion simmered in a pan to be used on pasta or anything else you find compatible.
  • Asparagus with a tbsp of butter - steam the asparagus then zest lime over it, cover for 7-8 minutes. 
  • Pita bread with thinly sliced Avocado, feta cheese, balsamic vinaigrette, and sprouts.
  • Kale chips (I'm definitely trying these!) Apparently all you have to do is drizzle kale with olive oil and bake until they get crispy. 
  • Edamame guacamole. Just like how you would make your guacamole except instead of using avocado, use edamame. 

  • Nobody really gave any blue recipes but I like blueberries with FF cool whip and a little bit of semi sweet chocolate morsels. - YUM. 
  • If you have any recipes for blue fruits and veggies, feel free to leave them at the bottom in the comments section!

  • Eggplant sliced thick and marinated in FF Kraft Italian Dressing (According to this lady - It HAS to be Kraft lol) then after it's marinated for most of the day or until the next day, put it on the grill with a slice of tomato, a slice of mozzarella, and basil. (Balsamic vinaigrette optional)
  • Eggplant chicken lasagna - layers of eggplant, chicken, stewed tomatoes, and cheese just like you would make lasagna but without the noodles. 

 These are just some ideas! I found some useful ideas in this meeting that I'm going to try.

Today my challenge to you is to: 

TASTE THE RAINBOW! (Fruits and veggies of all colors. I just thought this pic was cool lol) 


Thursday, July 14, 2011

If mom-mom can do it, you can too!

I should have done this a while ago but I have to shout out my grandmother (my stepmom's mother) who changed her eating habits, signed up for a gym for seniors, lost some weight, and managed to work herself OFF of her diabetes medications! I'm not going to put her age out there but let's just say - she IS my grandmother! She may not be a spring chicken but she sure acts like one. I am so so proud of her!

If my grandmother who has a very hard time even seeing can get on the seniors bus and go to the gym, there is no reason why any of us should be making excuses!

There she is sitting on the Harley that she asked a random man to take a picture on haha



Wednesday, July 13, 2011

long-term results come from long-term changes!

Hey hey hey!

Do you guys watch infomercials? I get completely sucked into them..especially on Sunday mornings for some reason. I always make fun of half of them, every now and again I say "That's pretty darn cool", and once in a blue moon I buy something. (Turbo Fire infomercial completely sold me! lol)

Anyway, do you watch the DIET infomercials? I always watch them just to see what they have to say and 9x out of 10 I find myself getting mean and protective of my beloved Weight Watchers, especially when they said "You don't have to go to meetings.. just blah blah blah"   - I'll get back to why that bothers me so much when they say that!

The most recent one I saw was called Sensa   - The Revolutionary Weight Loss System. First of all whenever an infomercial says "revolutionary" I immediately don't want it. 9x out of 10 to me that means it's too new to know the negative effects down the road.

Anyway, this Sensa thing is basically this magic sprinkle that goes on top of your food and VOI LA! You lose weight. No time, energy, or effort needed. Someone on the infomercial even said, and I quote - "You don't have to increase your exercise or change your daily routine." 

Soo you already know where I'm going with this..

What happens when you run out of Sensa magic sprinkles???  LOL Or what happens when we find out that Sensa causes cancer?? (You know everything "causes cancer" these days) Then what??!

I hate the whole "Magic pill" concept. There is no magic pill. There is no magic food that you get in a box. There is no one specific thing that will give you long-term results. Long-term results come from long-term change and very few of these weight loss plans offer that. Everyone wants to lose weight as fast as possible with as little effort as possible.

In fact, one of the men on this commercial for Sensa said he lost 97lbs in 7 months. umm. Really??! That's a bit extreme. Who wants to take bets on how long it took to gain back when he ran out of Sensa sprinkles?

Anyway, my point is that the healthiest way to lose weight is to change your lifestyle! You gained the weight by living a certain way, you have to change that in order to reverse the process. And any weight loss plan that says you don't have to exercise simply doesn't make any sense. Exercise is ESSENTIAL in becoming a healthier individual.

Did you ever notice how passionate the people on the infomercials get explaining why their revolutionary products work and how you just have to look at the science behind it to understand and so on and so forth???

Did you ever notice that when you see a weight watchers commercial they don't need to explain their science?

Weight Watchers - BECAUSE IT WORKS!

Why I love Weight Watchers:

  • I love the freedom of the plan. I don't have to eat anything specific, I eat what I like to eat. I don't put anything in my body such as a pill or sprinkles that keep me from eating more. I simply use a little something called WILLPOWER. 
  • I love the support. I love all my friends that I have made both online and in the meetings. These weight loss programs talk about not having to attend meetings as if attending meetings is a bad thing. They have never been to a WW meeting clearly! The love and support you get when you walk in that room is like no other. It keeps me pushing from week to week and I just wouldn't have it any other way. I don't HAVE to attend meetings. I CHOOSE to attend them. AND if I chose not to attend them, I could still follow the plan and make online friends who are just as supportive. 
  • I love the control and independence that I feel when I have a successful week and get on that scale to see that I lost 2lbs. I don't have to pat anyone on the back for cooking my meals or praise my little magic box for helping me lose weight. I pat MYSELF on the back for a job well done this week. I worked out, I cooked my own meals, I used my own willpower to stop eating when I was satisfied - I DID THAT!!  Yea I counted my points..(that's another thing these commercials always make seem bad) and I'm damn proud of myself for being focused enough to do so.

Look, I'm not saying everyone has to follow Weight Watchers (even though in my opinion it IS the best plan out there). All I'm saying is that long-term results don't come from short-term fixes.  Long-term results come from changing your lifestyle and doing something that is maintainable FOR LIFE, but before you get sucked into these crazy infomercials, think before you act!

I'll leave you with one thing that I thought was really cute. All scales should be so nice to us!

A closer look :)

Be Blessed,


Sunday, July 10, 2011

from a girl to a woman

I used to truly believe that I would be fat all my life and that was just part of who I was: Krystle, the big girl with the pretty face.

I didn't know me.

Now I know that taking control of my life is possible. I'm not cursed by some "fat gene." It's not hereditary. I'm not "big boned". I'm just a girl who was never taught to stop eating when I was satisfied or the importance of exercise. I'm a girl who never wanted to admit I was overweight. I'm a girl who used to be scared to say "I need a diet". I'm a girl who used to lie and say I weighed 180 when in reality I weighed well over 200. 

Now I'm a woman.

I'm a woman who accepts that I'm not p e r f e c t. I'm a woman who likes the feeling of being in control. I'm a woman who is tired of making excuses. A woman who is not afraid to admit that I weighed 253lbs. I'm a woman who realizes that I have it in me to not only change my own life, but help others to change theirs. 

I'm damn proud of who I was because it made me who I am today. I'm damn proud of who I am today because I know that I'll be a better me tomorrow

I love me some me.

Thanks for loving me too! 

Saturday, July 9, 2011


Imagine that you are at your ultimate goal weight. You're standing there in your dream dress with your legs toned and shiny. Your skin is glowing and your smile of success is lighting up the room. Imagine what you look like. Close your eyes and picture yourself in that moment. What does it look like? What does it feel like? What does it sound like? Now remember this day dream that you're having right now, replay it every day in your mind, and make your dream a reality! 

Making dreams into a reality doesn't come from saying "I need to lose weight." 

It doesn't come from saying "I could lose weight IF ________________."  

It doesn't come from saying "I'll start tomorrow." 

Making your dream into a reality starts right now with nothing but some information and motivation!

Be your own coach!

I know most of you reading this are already on the road to success and I am so proud of you for that! If that's you then keep up the great work and keep your eyes on the prize! Sometimes we lose focus a bit but never lose track of the fact that YOU ARE WORTH IT!

For those who are reading this saying "I wish I had such motivation for myself," now is your time to change that. Look at yourself in the mirror and first find a few things that you love about you. I don't care if you are 500lbs, there is SOMETHING that you can say you love about yourself physically. Dig deep!

Now I want you to imagine what you would look like if you dropped that weight you have been putting off for years and find a goal. Choose a long-term goal and write it down. Then list 5-10 things that you can change or do RIGHT NOW that will help you to obtain that goal. Now, choose some short-term goals.

Long-term goal: Lose 50lbs 
Short-term goals: Lose a dress size, get off my blood pressure medication, walk a mile, run a 5K, be able to cross my legs, etc... and when you reach these short-term goals, REWARD YOURSELF! 

Okay, now pay attention...this part is important.... 


We can all do this! Like I said before, WE'RE WORTH IT!!  

"Take good care of your body. It's the only place you have to live." - Jim Rohn 

*I lost 1.2 this week. Down a total of 66.4!*

Let's get it losers!!!! Have a great day!

This shirt has been with me through thick...
and thin! lol Love it!


Wednesday, July 6, 2011

No squirty cheese for me please!

Blah* I don't miss this sedentary lifestyle one bit!!! 

The doctor told me 2 weeks ago to take it easy on my foot and I have gotten plain old LAZY since then. It was nice for a little bit..I was enjoying the extra time in bed, the extra time playing with my daughter, the extra time with my honey. All things which are very enjoyable but once I stopped working out, I started not holding myself AS accountable for my eating and between those two components - I AM TIRED!!!!!! 

I could not get out of bed this morning, which got me to thinking of how I was before I started this journey. I was always tired and wanting to lay in bed.. even before I became a mommy. I wanted to sleep until noon every day and never had energy. After I started this journey and started working out all the time, everyone always asked me "Where do you find the energy to do all that you do??!" The answer??? :: From eating right and working out!! 

So needless to say,  I am done with this two week hiatus! This is not how I want to live! I don't want to be tired and mopey because I want to lay in bed. I don't enjoy this lifestyle and I don't plan to ever go back to it!!!  If I put it on here then I will do it! I have come too, too far now to be getting lazy!! I won't go to bed tonight without getting in a workout of some sort. I PROMISE!

I saw something on TV yesterday saying that the fat inside of a sedentary person looks like squirty cheese.

Whereas the fat inside of an athlete looks like oil

I'll take the OIL please!!

Quick update on my foot:

I went to the orthopedic yesterday planning to get my cast and he said that he understood before that I was in more pain that I actually am and since he realizes now that I'm not in so much pain that the bone he is seeing on the x-ray may actually be what's called an accessory navicular bone that I have always had and the joint between the bones just got inflamed or irritated. 2/3 of people who have this bone, have it on both feet but 1/3 only have it on one foot. I am hoping I'm in that 1/3 of people! So I need a bone scan to find out...HOWEVER...yes there's always a catch... I still breastfeed my daughter and after my bone scan I can't breastfeed for 48 hours. Since I don't pump and I am in the process of weaning anyway, I need to get her off the breast before I can get my bone scan. lol so that is kind of on hold. IN THE MEAN TIME, I just have to do things that don't hurt my foot, says the doctor. Which means no plyometrics. No running. etc. Basically, no high impact. 

Which leaves out my favorite workout of all time - Turbo Fire. But I'm gonna try it on low impact and see how that goes. The doctor basically said as long as it doesn't make my foot hurt right now I can do it. So I plan to bike ride and so on until I get it situated! Until then, just praying that it's really not a fracture! I'm thinking if I have been walking on it for two months that it's most likely NOT a fracture!

"The sun's energy warms the world. But when you focus it through a magnifying glass it can start a fire. Focus is so powerful!" - Alan Pariser

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Weigh In & Injury update

When life gives you a hundred reasons to cry, show life that you have a thousand reasons to smile. 

So I almost didn't go to weigh in this morning because I don't feel well and was convinced that I gained weight this week but I'm glad I dragged myself out of bed anyway - to my surprise I lost 2.8lbs for a total of 65.2lbs!! Annnddd I'm in the 180's!! Super excited about that.

It just goes to show that my way of life has really changed. Even when I think I'm over eating, I'm really not eating THAT much. I didn't really track this week but just stopped when I was full or had a fistful of whatever I was eating instead of the whole bag and it seemed to work for me. Obviously, I wouldn't keep doing that because I need structure but it is rewarding to know that my lifestyle has really changed for the better and I DO have control even when I think I lose control.

Update on my ankle..well actually it's my foot: Not such good news. I actually fractured it and will be in a cast as of Tuesday for 4-6 weeks. Originally I was pretty bummed about it but the way I look at it is there's nothing I can do about it but get it healed! Being sad and mopey about it isn't going to fix anything. Eating my sorrows away is DEFINITELY not going to fix anything. So what's a girl to do??  Get it fixed, deal with the cast, make the most of exercising on crutches, focus on toning my upper body, and hope I get it off in 4 rather than 6 weeks. That's about all there is to it. 

Oh and I could always pimp my crutches like this girl did: 

If there is one thing I have learned this far in my life it's that God's plan is more than perfect, don't question it. So I am rolling with the punches. God probably heard me complaining about needing to get back to toning my stomach and arms so he gave me a solution - crutches. LOL

I'm just glad that I am to a point in my life that I can shrug things off and go with the flow. This is a huge step for me! I used to get really beat up about things pretty easily.

God is GOOD, all the time! Not just when things are going my way. :)

Stop telling God how big your storm is and start telling your storm how big your GOD is!
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