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NSV at Doctor Visit

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

My Doctor retired, so I had to find a new one in a new clinic. I really like the Doctor I chose...she LISTENED and didn't make me feel rushed. We covered a grocery list of topics.

She told me one thing I never expected to hear a Doctor say to me: "You don't need to lose ANY more weight."

I am not planning to lose more, but I'm still working on finding just the right balance of calories for maintenance at my activity level. I have been losing at 1530 calories, so I'm going to eat more and see what the next few days show as a result.

Who'd have thought a Doctor's comment would be a non-scale victory? Here's a photo my husband took of me before I went to my appointment.



  
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    Congrats! And best of luck trying to find the right mix of exercise and daily calories. You look fit, happy and glowing. emoticon

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CAMAEL100 4/22/2013 6:56AM

    Wow that is a great NSV. Also great that your new dr is so nice. It can be hard changing from the familiar!

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CHRISKENANDKIDS 4/21/2013 9:36PM

    That is awesome and you look FANTASTIC! Congrats!

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    emoticon on the NSV!
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WATERMELLEN 4/20/2013 6:32PM

    You look super! Not just slim but fit and poised . . . that blue is gorgeous. So is the doctor going to hire you as her "poster patient"?

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CIRANDELLA 4/19/2013 8:34AM

    Wonderful news! And you look absolutely terrific, too - CONGRATULATIONS!!!

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BESSHAILE 4/19/2013 7:49AM

    those doctor NSVs are the hardest to get - and feel so good. Congratulations. And your photo is lovely.

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    BEAUTIFUL!

Congratulations on your NSV, way to go. I am inspired!

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MEADSBAY 4/18/2013 5:19PM

    Hearing that from my doc would make me very very happy!
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    Very cool stuff!

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LESLIESENIOR 4/18/2013 11:53AM

    Those are words that we never think we will hear. How very wonderful to find a new doctor willing to listen and support.
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KANOE10 4/18/2013 9:04AM

    That is a great NSV, You look wonderful.

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TRAVELGRRL 4/18/2013 8:10AM

    Beautiful, glowing, healthy! Congrats on the doctor visit!!!

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3 Weeks at Maintenance... sort of.

Saturday, April 13, 2013

March 23rd, I officially hit my goal of 130 pounds. I spent time basking in the glow of that accomplishment - 29 pounds gone.

I didn't change my eating right away. I thought I'd lose bit more so every ounce gained wouldn't panic me. I easily got down to 128. I had been eating about 1200 calories a day since November.

Watermellen has a rule of thumb that says 10 calories daily per pound she wants to keep. I began to transition to maintenance by eating 1300 calories a day, but I kept losing weight. I got down to 126.6.

I upped the calories to about 1420 a day (which is what Sparkpeople recommends for me) and gained weight back to 127.8 in a day. Hmmm.

I liked being 126ish. It took 3 days to get back there. I seem to need more than 1300 and less than 1420 calories at my current activity level. It's a balancing act at which I am not yet proficient.

I changed my goal weight to 129, so I could say I'd lost 30 pounds. I've actually lost 32.5 :-) I've changed my ticker to a range with 129 in the center.

My daughter's upcoming June wedding gives me extra motivation to keep this weight and learn the balancing act. By the time I've been at it for 2 more months, I might have learned enough to keep it up forever. Wish me luck...

  
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SQUIRRELMISSION 5/3/2013 12:56PM

    That is soooo wonderful! keep it up! i know what you mean about the calories and trial and error. its all trial and error. but if you gain a pound in a day, chances are it was just bloat/water. this is awesome and encouraging. thanks!

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    emoticon You are doing great!

I am experimenting with the number of calories a day too. I have been maintaining for nearly 8 months and am trying to settle for 1750 cals average per day but I still keep going up and down 2 or 3 lbs which is a bit difficult to cope with at times. I suppose I will have to accept that that is what my body does and that it shouldn't matter as my measurements have remained the same. emoticon

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    Honey you don't need luck you've got sparkpeople and the spark tools you have learned how to use. WOOHOO! Keep up the great job!

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MAREE1953 4/20/2013 6:16AM

    Congratulations on reaching your weight loss goal and welcome to "Maintenance" land. Good for you to realize that this is a tricky stage which requires vigilance and lots of adjustments. I reached goal 6/15/11, but am still "tweaking". So grateful for the At Goal and Maintaining Team at Sparkpeople, as this is where it's at!! Best wishes for continued success and good health!!

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    Congratulations! Wishing you all the best! I know you can keep it off. Linda from bean town emoticon emoticon emoticon

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JSTETSER 4/19/2013 3:53PM

    Amazing! You are such an inspiration!

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BOXER-MOM 4/19/2013 3:39PM

    Congrats!!!! It can be done ;)

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DIANNEMT 4/19/2013 11:35AM

    Wow! I am toying with declaring myself at goal--I'd like 145 but seem so stuck at 150 + or - 2 pounds. I will have to read your old blogs and shamelessly copy! I will keep exercising and tracking that and food but I am tired of being sad that the numbers don't go down....

EXCELLENT and the wedding party will take a back seat to the gorgeous mother of the bride!

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Good Health!!
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MOMMY445 4/19/2013 7:47AM

    you are doing so well! congrats on reaching your goal weight! woo hoo! have a fabulous day!

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Tracking carefully does it for me too! You are going to be looking fabulous for your daughter's wedding!!
Keep up the great work!!!

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SKYVALLEYGAL 4/18/2013 10:29PM

    Congratulations on reaching your goal weight. You sound like you have it pretty well under control. Hope your daughter's wedding is fabulous!

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SANDICANE 4/18/2013 8:54PM

    Look at all the people who have commented on your blog already! Gosh! Isn't this a fabulous site???

Congrats on working so hard at determining your correct calorie intake, and congrats on losing your weight.

Cheers,
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MOBYCARP 4/18/2013 8:38PM

    Yes, it's a balancing act. I have a year of making the weight go sideways, but I don't think I've gone more than 4 months without having to adjust my calorie range one way or the other to keep the weight from trending up or down. Sometimes I can tell why I need to adjust the range, other times I can't.

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I too found my maintenance range thanks to Spark people and I eat around 1400 to 1500 calories daily and it's working for me and most of exercise is gentle.. I only use the stationary bike every other day.

Keep up the good work!

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DAYSPRING-STAR 4/18/2013 6:42PM

    Your blog was a eye-opener to me about what I may experience if I ever get to the maintenance leg of my journey. I like your straight forward do what it takes approach. I'm not familiar with you (yet!) but at least from this blog, it seems that you are keeping the emotions out of your quest for the weight at which you feel most healthy and the tweaking you are employing toward that goal. That really is refreshing and encouraging! Good for you! Thank you for the positive motivation and insight into maintenance. Congratulations!

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    emoticon I haven't figured it all out myself. I'm working on upping my calories to stay at 130 and not go under.

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UPTOIT59 4/18/2013 2:40PM

    best of luck to you- I haven't figured it all out yet myself!

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MEXGAL1 4/18/2013 2:39PM

    congrats on reaching your goal and below. I normally "diet" if you will so that I can get under goal and then splurge. Although right now I am having a health problem and I am having trouble putting weight on. It should get some answers tomorrow from a GI doctor. My goal is 110 and I am at 105. Good thing I am small boned.
Have a terrific day.

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AMARILYNH 4/18/2013 2:16PM

    As had been said over and over, its a balancing act! Congratulations at reaching (and going under) your goal weight!! emoticon

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ADRIENALINE 4/18/2013 1:56PM

    Good job and congrats! You and I are so much alike. I WAS the proproverbial yoyo but SparkPeople has made me understand that this is a lifestyle, not a diet.I reached my goal weight of 128 on 3/22/2012. It was 130 and I kept on losing. I'm holding steady now around 124. For me it seems that I am no longer leading a sedentary life style so my calorie needs have changed. I walk briskly every single day, something I never did before in my life. Just to top off the similarities I too am a bookaphile, love to sew and quilt.

You WILL be able to do it forever. I personally am coming up to 60 weeks and it really is beginning to feel like it will be forever!

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LESLIESENIOR 4/18/2013 11:35AM

    Congratulations on your success! (I have to say I've never ever had the situation where I "kept losing" and had to gain it back) That's pretty awesome. But I've maintained a 60 pound loss for 6 years. It has become increasingly harder since I retired from a very active and adored career last June. It's a new balancing act. Always a challenge, but worth it!!!!
You are a great example for your family. Have a beautiful wedding!

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_JODI404 4/18/2013 11:30AM

    emoticon on reaching your goal weight!! Your body will definitely settle into a goal weight range that is comfortable to maintain without a lot of "struggle". Sounds like you are right in that zone!

Keep doing what you are doing with good choices and you have GOT IT!!

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PAM_COOPER 4/18/2013 11:20AM

    Right where I am . . . learning and trying to get it right.

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MANILUS 4/18/2013 9:51AM

    Congratulations on your success! Good luck on finding the right balance and enjoy your daughter's wedding with pride!!

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MKELLY72 4/18/2013 9:48AM

    It can be quite a delicate balance between gaining back and losing more than we want--it seems to be a dynamic that continues for me after a year.
Keep tweaking with it--you'll find what works for you:)
Michelle

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MANDELOVICH 4/18/2013 8:44AM

    Bravo to you! It's amazing how we have to tweak every little bit to find the sweet spot that works for us. It's all so individual!

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NELLJONES 4/18/2013 7:55AM

    Congrats! Be aware, though, that you won't burn the same number of calories each day no matter how you try to measure. Even a car, a machine, get slightly different mileage out of every gallon of gas. Over time it all works out, though.

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LOVESTOWALK49 4/18/2013 7:49AM

    emoticon Maintenance is a balancing act. One I haven't figured out yet myself. I started in a maintenance weight of 130 in January. I'm now down to using a maintenance weight of 120. I like how I look at 120 so I'm not going to deliberately gain ten pounds back. It is definitely a balancing act. My weight can go up or down three pounds or more in a day due to water.

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DESERTJULZ 4/18/2013 7:46AM

    Congratulations! It is a continuous balancing act! Miss a few workouts, eat less. Workout extra, add in another piece of fruit... Regular weigh-ins & measurements do help me quickly discover when I need to adjust!

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LRSILVER 4/18/2013 7:14AM

    You are doing great in planning for maintaining. Congratulations on your daughter's wedding.

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CELIAMINER 4/18/2013 6:59AM

    Sounds as if you're in it for the long haul this time...congrats!

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LOGOULD 4/18/2013 6:39AM

    Congratulations! I originally lost 45+ pounds her on Spark, but didn't really have that balancing act down. I have about 10 lbs left to get to the low end of where I want to be.....and stay. I will get there, with the leaadership and inspiration of fellow team members like you!

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BESSHAILE 4/18/2013 6:38AM

    Oh won't you have fun at your daughter's wedding knowing you look slim and trim?

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BROOKLYN_BORN 4/18/2013 6:34AM

    Congratulations! So much of life is about finding the right balance.

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    Love your blog - Congratulations on your ongoing success! I hit goal today and like you I will have to tweak my calories and my workouts to keep things panned out! emoticon

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TORTISE110 4/18/2013 5:05AM

    I do wish you luck with maintenance, but with the focus and consistency you have shown in your time I'm sure luck won't be it, but YOU! Congratulations on all you have accomplished. I trust you will look smashing at your daugher's wedding!

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    That is a wonderful achievement.

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MONGO2TEN 4/18/2013 4:11AM

    Great work! Maintaining is a constant balance and a challenge. You'll do fine, just keep yourself accountable.

~Nancy

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Nylons with dresses or not?

Monday, April 08, 2013

I've been looking for shoes to go with the dress I'll wear to my daughter's wedding in June. A salesclerk who fitted me with some of the shoes in his store told me "of course, you won't wear nylons with these shoes." Really? This is totally news to me.

I haven't been staring at women's legs when I've had occasion to see them in dresses, so I don't know what my contemporaries do. Wouldn't their feet stick to their shoes and get blisters more easily?

I need my friends to tell me whether you wear nylons with nice dresses these days or not. That would help me tremendously. My daughters don't, but they are 30ish women. What do 50ish and up women do? I don't want her wedding dress to be invisible due to the reflected glare from my white legs! Lol. I also don't want to embarrass her by clinging to something no one currently uses. Help, please!

  
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MYOWNHERO 4/18/2013 7:55PM

    I'm in my mid 50's and I go without stockings whenever possible. Even for weddings if I have a long-ish dress on. If the dress is above the knee, then I'll use stockings.

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DAYSPRING-STAR 4/18/2013 6:52PM

    Gosh, you've posed a great question and I enjoyed reading the responses. I've only recently started skipping the nylons since I've lost weight! My Queen size didn't fit me any more and I didn't want to invest in a smaller size. However, I haven't had a dressy occasion for quite some time. I'm in my early 50's. Last week I wore a dress to Church without nylons and my mother (in her 70's) asked at least twice, "Aren't your legs cold?" LOL! I know it had more to do with tradition and appropriateness in her mind than the weather.

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POOHSCOUT1 4/18/2013 1:29PM

    nylons are always classy. For me can't stand wearing shoes without socks but I know the younger generation do it all the time.

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POINDEXTRA 4/18/2013 12:13PM

    My fashionista says that stockings with summer dresses is a no-no. However, I can't stand having nothing between my feet and shoes - there are some very good ultra-sheer stockings out there these days that no one will even notice, even with open toes -I'm wearing some now!

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KANOE10 4/13/2013 10:35AM

    I would consult with my daughter and see what she thinks? You could go either way. I would probably wear nylons but I am not in my 30s.

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PHEBESS 4/9/2013 9:04PM

    You can do stockings if they are closed toe shoes.

If they are open-toe shoes, or even the least bit like sandals, then get a nice pedicure, do what Watermellen says about moisturizer with self-tanner to take out the whiteness (test a month before the wedding, you don't want orange legs!) - and go without stockings.

Because the major fashion don't is stockings with open toes.

Hope that helps.

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WATERMELLEN 4/9/2013 8:38PM

    I'm 62!! And yes, I would wear stockings . . . especially nice ones of course, for a wedding. .

In the hot summer with a casual skirt/sundress: no stockings. But I'll use one of those moisturizers with a bit of self tanner in it to take off the pasty (if I'm not tanned yet). And: I don't have a whole lotta vein issues yet.

In the winter: love brightly coloured or black opaque tights with little short boots, even with my business suits. Or heels, of course.

For a dressy occasion . . . sheer stockings probably plain ones, not too pale or "nursy" looking (maybe sheer black/patterned in winter, maybe sheer patterned skin tone in summer).

Kate Middleton wears stockings!

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TRAVELGRRL 4/9/2013 7:26PM

    You already have gotten great comments, so I'll just second your question: isn't it hard on the shoes?? I see lots of women without stockings and all I think about is their sweaty feet sticking to and ruining their beautiful shoes! (Am I showing my age? LOL)



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SLENDERELLA61 4/9/2013 2:17PM

    My daughter doesn't wear them. She's in her 30's. I'm in my 60's and for a wedding or such a special occasion, I do. I suspect either choice you make will be okay. The idea of really sheer, silky nylons makes sense if you decide to go that way.

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MEADSBAY 4/8/2013 10:58PM

    I would splurge on some really nice sheer silky stockings, myself- assuming it is not an open toed shoe.
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KELLIEBEAN 4/8/2013 10:38PM

    I'm 47 and I prefer nylons anytime I go to something nice enough to wear a dress. I have pasty legs so I would not feel comfortable without nylons.

My daughter is 27, very hip and stylish and she prefers nylons for a dressy occasion such as a wedding.

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TURTLETALK 4/8/2013 9:59PM

    I've worn nylons to all four of my children's weddings. I would suggest do what makes you most comfortable. For me, I would be self-conscious about my legs if I wasn't wearing nylons.

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RED_DEVIL_APRIL 4/8/2013 9:41PM

    If its dressy I think its still appropriate to wear nylons. If in wearing a really long skirt I sometimes cheat & only wear knee highs, but other than teenagers most people I've noticed still wear them. If its casual or semi casual with sandals then you don't like with a sun dress, but at a wedding yes you should.

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PATTISWIMMER 4/8/2013 9:38PM

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CONFUZZELD 4/8/2013 9:35PM

    I'm 29, and have pasty white legs, therefore, always wear nylons with nicer dresses. If you have opentoe shoes, search around, there are toeless nylons out there!


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A Compliment from my Dad

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Today after a joyous Easter service at Church, my husband and I went to my sister's home where 15 of our family members gathered to eat a jointly prepared meal together

During the course of the day, my Dad, who has seen me every week since I began my weight loss venture 31 pounds and 4 sizes ago, came up to me and said that seeing me in a dress really emphasized how much weight I'd lost. He told me that I'd have to run around outside to cast a shadow. emoticon Lol. He said it with pride, to encourage me. If I'd realized dresses showed off the figure better than jeans and a top, I might have worn one before now!

So nice to be noticed even when I'm not still losing! I've been maintaining for a week now!

  
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ROCKMAN6797 4/2/2013 12:07AM

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WATERMELLEN 4/1/2013 9:00AM

    How lovely, how well-deserved!!

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KANOE10 4/1/2013 8:18AM

    That was a wonderful compliment from your dad. Congratulations on maintaining for a week! I have been thinking of wearing skirts again..

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TRAVELGRRL 4/1/2013 8:09AM

    That's SO very nice! It's funny how we always crave our parents' approval, no matter how old we get! I'm the same way -- maybe it's because that generation believed saying nice things to their kids gave them "big heads". How nice of your dad to speak up, you certainly deserve the praise.

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MEADSBAY 3/31/2013 10:34PM

    How wonderful!
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Goal Exceeded!

Saturday, March 23, 2013

I hit my goal weight early this week! Yay!

I hoped that today, weigh-in day, the scale would still read 130 rather than more. (My scale sometimes likes to tease me.) It seems as though once I reached my goal, some more weight melted off with no effort.

I weigh 128.6 today. The last time I weighed this was when I was suffering severe morning-sickness while carrying my second child. She'll be 30 this summer.

Wow. I haven't weighed this "little" in 30 years! My BMI is 20.3.

I'm just basking in this accomplishment. I'll talk about maintenance in a future blog. Thanks for your support and encouragement during my journey thus far. I appreciate you, my sparkfriends!

  
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DEBRA0818 3/28/2013 10:27AM

    What an amazing and truly well earned success! You have reached a place that few ever find and many find hard to keep, but I know that with the skills you've developed on the way to the 120's, you are sure to stay there or thereabouts!

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SAWYERPATTI 3/27/2013 1:18PM

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ROCKMAN6797 3/24/2013 10:05AM

    Congratulations!
Now it is on to Maintenance Land!

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ROCKMAN6797 3/24/2013 10:05AM

    Congratulations!
Now it is on to Maintenance Land!

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TRYINGTOLOSE64 3/23/2013 9:20PM

    Congrats!!

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TRAVELGRRL 3/23/2013 5:29PM

    Congratulations! This is a huge accomplishment!!

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MEADSBAY 3/23/2013 2:52PM

    WOW!!!

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SLENDERELLA61 3/23/2013 2:52PM

    YOU DID IT!! YOU DID IT!!! YOU DID IT!!!! Time to celebrate and celebrate before settling down to enjoy life at your ideal weight. Don't you just love it?? -Marsha emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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TINAJANE76 3/23/2013 12:41PM

    Many congratulations on this wonderful accomplishment! Can't wait to read your maintenance blog.
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