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Friday, November 14, 2008

Warning - shameless narcisism ahead! But at least I'm not subjecting you to my undies ones!!

This is me in the outfit I wore to school today. There were several reasons that I took this picture. One, this is an old shirt and I know that somewhere out there is a picture of me in this shirt from several years ago where it's clinging to fat rolls. I couldn't find that picture, but I did find other "before" gems! (See below.) Two, I am wearing my almost-too-big, but still fairly new, size four jeans in this picture and a way-too-big belt. Three, I discovered (thanks to FitGirl) that you can put multiple photos in one blog entry now. Look out world!! :) Four, someone at work today told me that from the opposite end of the hall, from the back, she mistook me for another teacher who is 5'7" and 100 pounds - I am not exaggerating, seriously she's 100 pounds. My jaw dropped!!! I am NOT as skinny as her!!

Here is a particularly unflattering before picture I was able to find from May 2005:

Note that I am wearing the SAME BELT in both pictures!!

Here's another "before" from my 27th birthday, December 2004. Holy thighs!!!

Now I have to not be shy here...check out this picture of me in a skimpy bikini! (also taken this afternoon)

I can hardly believe that's me. I am sooooo excited for my 2/09 Carribbean vacation now!!!

Finally, I decided to take a picture in my gym outfit:

I am still in this outfit, and I still haven't made it to the gym yet. Time to go!!

I put most of these pictures plus a few Halloween ones in my photo gallery.

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TERRIANGEL 11/20/2008 7:19PM

    WOO HOO!!!!! Thanks for the pics!!

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RA4945 11/17/2008 10:53AM

    Wow! What an amazing transformation! You deserve to feel most proud! Love those abs!!!! I'm still working towards abs like that. All of your hard work has paid off!!! Congratulations on obtaining a fit and healthy body. Are you still trying to lose? How tall are you?

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SEEHOLZ 11/17/2008 9:51AM

    Ummmm... I think these are just the motivation that I needed--- my eating has been off the last week and I am trying to avoid the fact that my body is being neglected. You look fabulous!!!! I'm very excited that you're excited!
Yep, you are sure going to turn some heads on that Carribean vacation!!!!

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LYNN248 11/14/2008 10:19PM

    Girl, that's awesome, you look fantastic!


t me, if i could wear a bikini and post pics of it, i'd have my own website;)

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SARAH_VW 11/14/2008 8:43PM

    Awesome transformation! You look great and your hard work really shows. Great abs!

I also was unaware that you could do multiple images in the same blog. This excites me!

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CATERPILLAR85 11/14/2008 8:41PM

    hello hot stuff! love the new pics and can i say.....inspiration :)

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BRUIN2 11/14/2008 8:09PM

    Look at you you sexy lady!! Love it!!!

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SWEATONCEADAY 11/14/2008 6:54PM

    wow you got abs girl and look great!

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ZIRCADIA 11/14/2008 6:40PM

    Those before and afters look amazing and your muscles are ROCKIN!!! :D Check out your stomach in that bikini! OW OW!!! ;)

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SUMITH2008 11/14/2008 6:39PM

    Looking good, Keep up the good work!

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PAMELA984 11/14/2008 6:36PM

    Whoa, girlfriend - you look awesome!!!! You have every right and reason to be proud - even narcissistic! Keep it up! emoticon

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Holy Tummy! :)

Friday, November 14, 2008

All of a sudden I must have burned off a bunch of tummy fat, because on those rare occasions like this morning when my stomach isn't bloated, I've been practically overwhelmed by how much better my tummy looks! I am wearing a really old shirt today that used to cling to fat rolls - I know this because unfortunately a photo was taken of me in it, sitting down no less. I'll try to find that picture and have Jess take a new one of me in it, that'll be a fun comparison. :)

So I really didn't mind that this morning the scale said 137.6 again. I think my scale at home and my scale at Jess' must be especially off for my current weight, if that makes any sense.

Last night's workout started well with Body Pump - I was using heavier weights whenever I could - but then in Zumba I got tired and I'm sure I didn't get much of a calorie burn. I again wasn't hungry enough to need all my snacks yesterday and "only" ate about 1,850 calories. I also did a five-minute "easy" jog at 6.5 mph at the beginning of my workout because I was early for class. I can't believe how easy 6.5 mph feels now. I'd like to get in a sweaty cardio workout tonight. There is Body Combat at 5:45 on Fridays now - this is new, there used to be no classes on Friday nights. I might do that or I might just use a machine.

I run a "Homework Club" after school on Thursdays. Yesterday I was munching on an apple and I asked the children if they had brought healthy snacks. One boy didn't have a snack, but he went to the nurse's office to get some Cheeze-Its (ew! why does the nurse have Cheeze-Its?!) and another kid had Chex Mix. I told them that healthy snacks were natural foods like fruit, vegetables, nuts, and yogurt (well...yogurt is processed...but I didn't get into that). I'm not going to be the food police and confiscate salty snacks, but I thought I'd at least give them something to think about........but is that none of my business???

My mom's been having weight issues. Unlike me she grew up skinny, but got heavy having kids. She joined Diet Workshop when I was a little girl and lost all the weight, but gained it back and was pushing the size 16s until probably about five years ago, when her doctor told her she had pre-diabetes. In order to prevent full-blown diabetes she'd have to make some dietary changes, and she started having to check her blood sugar levels. She followed a low-carb plan laid out by a diabetes nurse and not only did she control her blood sugar, she also lost over 40 pounds and hit a low of 127 about a year and a half ago. She stopped counting carbs officially, but kept eating small portions and healthy, lower-carb foods, and she tries to walk every day (she wishes she could do more, but has arthritis). However, despite her best efforts she has been slowly regaining the weight and is now up to 136 on her 5'4" frame. Though her weight is still in the healthy range, she definitely wants to cut off the gaining pattern and would prefer to get back down to around 130. So I offered to show her SparkPeople and tried to explain how fully this website has changed my life. I would be seriously surprised if she gets as into it as I do, and has already told me she doesn't want to have to carry around little tupperware containers of all her meals like I do, but we have plans to look at the website together this Sunday after a family brunch (my brother and sister-in-law are visiting from Oregon). If anyone has any advice for me to pass along to my mom, please do....especially on the exercise front. I would LOVE to see her doing more intense exercise than just slow walking, but with her arthritis and her age (almost 66) I wouldn't want her to hurt herself. She used to work with a personal trainer as she has very low muscle tone, but she's really picky and when her favorite personal trainer moved away, she didn't feel a connection with anyone else so she stopped going. :( She has some exercise bands and a ball at home and is trying to get back into some exercises a physical therapist had given her a few years ago.

Thanks in advance for any advice!!

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ZIRCADIA 11/14/2008 1:29PM

    Definitely get her doing some resistance work again -- because doing strength training also helps with bone density, which as we ladies know is increasingly important as we age. That's really all I have to say -- but being older doesn't mean more intense exercise is out, but if you're not used to it you still have to build to it gradually just like anyone else. I definitely second the suggestions about getting her to an arthritis sparkteam -- I bet she will find a lot of support that way and some good exercise suggestions!

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FITGIRL15 11/14/2008 1:20PM

    I use Photoshop to make my photo montages... or else I use PowerPoint (and export as a jpg) I find them very useful for me especially during this time of "plateauing weight loss"... because like my nutitionist said, if you are still watching your diet and exercising like you alwas have... how on EARTH could you suddenly start GAINING weight??? (If we are holding steady we should actually be thankful... this is the time when your muscles will be growing and start to POP!)

I think it's great that you are giving your kids some nutrition advice! I wish I had a teacher that would have done that for me back then... even in our Health classes we didn't learn about proper eating habits! I think if we can get through to the kids about healthy eating habits while they are impressionable, we won't have so many disease , illness, and obesity epidemics as our population ages!

PS... has your mom ever considered weight training? Even at home, with a few light to moderate dumb bells, she could add some very basic movements (suuats, lunges, bicep curls, tricep extension, lateral raise, overhead press, etc...) to her daily routine and start to see some really great results, not only for weight management but also her bone density and her posture!
... you never know... Maybe one day you'll be bringing her to your BP class! :)

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RA4945 11/14/2008 12:43PM

    Congrats on toning up even more! It feels so good to have more room in shirts that were previously too snug. You should post the pictures. I wish I had done some before and after shots. Well, I'm not done but I have lost 9 pounds. I don't see a big difference so I wish I had taken pictures.
I hope you can get your mom excited about SP. Surely your progress will help her too. Show her some teams that will interest her. I'm sure there is even a team for those with arthritis. I feel for her. Its not fair when you want to exercise but can't very well and the weight starts coming back. Bless her heart. And bless you for helping her!

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LYNN248 11/14/2008 12:35PM

    YAY you!

that's awesome your had work is really paying off.

As for your mom, i don't really have advice. I did tell my mom about sparks too. She's been on a few weeks. She loves how she can track her calories and surprisingly caught on pretty quickly.
good luck to her:)

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LIVINFIT4ME 11/14/2008 12:09PM

    AWESOME about your shirt/tummy!!! yeah!!

Re: your mom - I think try the site as maybe she'll find a niche & like it...also, my mom is an AVID workout-aholic and she does the elliptical and now even some spinning classes - all about finding what we like to & me and our parents! The elliptical shouldn't bug her arthritis but I dont know for sure. Also, my mom does weights which I think is awesome for a 60+ year old and she also learned from a trainer. Maybe thats the best route.

have a great time with your family. my brother lives in Oregon too :). Happy Friday!

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SWEATONCEADAY 11/14/2008 11:05AM

    good luck with your mom.

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BRUIN2 11/14/2008 10:42AM

    Hmm, suggestions... Well, I think showing your Mom SP is a great idea! Especially since there are so many teams here, she's sure to find others her age and ability who can give her motivation and support!

And RIGHT ON for a noticeable difference in your tummy, so fab!

And I love it that you're teaching the kids about healthy nutrition! I would agree that you shouldn't turn into the food police, but being a good example and educating them...well, isn't that what they pay you to do?? hehe. You're just taking it one step further and teaching them healthy habits that can help them through life!

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Weigh Low!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Yesterday despite my best efforts I couldn't leave work in time to make it to any fitness that means I must go to Body Pump tonight, or do strength training on my own. By the time I got to the gym it was too late to go to any classes whatsoever, so I used the elliptical. It was a nice hard workout and including my cooldown I went seven miles in 65 minutes. I was watching a young, fit-looking couple walking at 3.3 mph on the treadmill, holding onto the sides, and I couldn't help but get annoyed - they could have been working so much harder! Then I started to wonder why that should annoy me - why should I care? For all I know that was their second workout of the day, or they were just going for an after-dinner "stroll" or something. I guess I just needed something to occupy my mind with during those 65 minutes.

Afterwards, while I was stretching, I had a conversation with one of my gym buddies. It went something like this:

Her: How was your workout?
Me: Great! I just did seven miles on the elliptical so I'm very proud of myself.
Her: Wow, I couldn't do that.
Me: And I couldn't do what you do! [She does hours of strength training at a time.] We all have our areas where we feel competent, I guess!
Her: Well, I just do it three times a week. You come more often than that, right?
Me: [Laughing] I feel guilty if I ever miss a day. My mom tells me I'm going to hurt myself by working out so much, but I tell her I'm getting myself HEALTHIER by getting a lot of exercise. And besides, I don't push hard every day. Sometimes I just read a magazine on the recumbant bike. How long have you been here?
Her: [Looking guilty] Since 5:30...but at least a half hour of that was just talking to people...
Me: I am certainly not the kind of person you have to defend a long workout for!
Her: I think you and I understand each other.
Me: Yeah, especially since you've told me you work out so much so you can eat more!
[Both of us lauging]

A friend invited me to go out last night. I never usually go out on school nights, but this feels like a fun, festive time of year. I went out on Tuesday night and wanted to go out again last night. But with my late workout, I had to cancel. Oh well, there's always next time.

This morning I was absolutely shocked (in a happy way) to see that I weighed 135.8! Maybe I will hit 135 by Nov. 19 (my mini-goal) afterall! That's just 0.8 pounds in six days! I know a few people have questioned my daily-weigh ins in comments on my blog lately, but I will not give them up. I really love my weigh-ins, and even when my weight goes up, I use the information to teach myself about patterns in my weight loss.

My next happy surprise happened a few minutes later when I put on a pair of pants and they were way too big. I had to wear them because they were the only pants I had with me at Jess' this morning, but after this I guess it'll be time to retire them - and go shopping! They are size 8!!!

I am now in day #3 of spreading out my meals much, much better. Yesterday after I ate my lunch, I forced myself to wait an hour before I had a snack. Then, after another hour (it was now 2 p.m.) I was really tempted to eat my dinner, but I thought to myself, "No, let's be civilized here. People don't eat dinner at 2 p.m. Eat a snack instead and save dinner for later." So I did. I still ate dinner kind of early - probably around 3 or 4, but it's definite progress. Right now, it's 12:20 p.m. and I've had breakfast, one snack, and lunch only. I still have several more snacks plus dinner to go. Forcing myself to choose to drink water instead of eating the next snack or meal too quickly definitely helps.

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SARAH_VW 11/14/2008 8:51PM

    I too get annoyed by people at the gym walking at a leisurely pace holding onto the sides. I read an article once that said that holding onto the sides of the treadmill decreases the amount of calories you burn by 30%. I wish the offenders would read that. I'm not sure why these people annoy me so much either.

Loved your "Let's be civilized here...." thought to yourself. Too funny!! That one really made me laugh. I also have a problem with meal spacing and some days are better than others. Oh, and I weigh in daily as well which works for me. I don't think it's a problem at all. I find it keeps me on track. I even took my scale with me on vacation this year. I know that's a tad overboard, but whatever makes you comfortable! Keep up the awesome work!

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ZIRCADIA 11/14/2008 1:18PM

    Congrats on getting your meals spread out AND the too big pants!!!! :D I may look small, but since I'm 6'2" and pear shaped I don't think I will be in a size 8 maybe EVER. I'm 10-12 now depending on the brand, mostly 12's, 10 in stuff that runs a bit larger. Once I tried on a pair of jeans labeled 8 and the fit me and I was like *SHOCK* and then I saw the inside tag on the pants said 10. They were mislabeled on the cardboard tags. HAHAHA At least it made more sense to me that way... My mom is always making concerned comments to me like, well... just be safe and healthy!! I think she's worried I'm gonna turn into some freak exercise addict/anorexic or something -- NOT GONNA HAPPEN. I'm addicted to exercise in a healthy way, not an obsessive way. ;) OH! And story -- I get so mad when I see this one lady at the gym. She gets on the treadmill on the highest incline and walks at a good speed... but she hangs onto the rail in front, so she's like.... at a 90 degree angle from the treadmill leaning back. So the incline is like... completely negated. I'm like UGH!!! Don't you get it!! You are NOT burning more calories that way because you are NOT really doing more work -- except for in your arms I guess... and now she's going when I do, and her locker is two lockers down from mine or something... It drives me nuts.

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TRACYZABELLE 11/14/2008 4:45AM

    You go girl! There are so many times when we mistake hunger for true thirst. I always reach for a beverage first. I feel good tonight as I made a great salad and brought carrot and celery sticks as my snack.

COngrats on the low numbers and the dropping sizes

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TERRIANGEL 11/13/2008 9:13PM

    Hey, don'tcha hate when you can't get to the gym when you want to? I always feel like working out at like, noon. but when I'm at the office, that's not gonna happen too often. Although I've started paying as I go to hit Bally's for an hour run at lunch once in a while. THAT'S nice!

But I"m so glad you got it in today. Too funny about watching the fit couple strolling. People are funny, aren't we? With how we think sometimes? I figure the less they do, the more fit that makes you look! Ha!

YAY about the size 8 pants!! WOO HOO!!!!! That's the BEST feeling EVER!! I bought a new pair of size 6 jeans to go out a couple weeks ago, and am now wearing all the pants in my closet that I haven't worn for 2 years, so I am right there on cloud 9 with ya, sistah!

Enjoy the huge workouts. It makes you feel like a rock star (which you are - totally) so sorry, Mom, they've got to stay.

Later skinny,

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CATERPILLAR85 11/13/2008 6:15PM

    Hooray on the weight loss first of all! :) you never seize to amaze me. secondly, i have a bad habit of watching other people & letting things they do annoy me. like the other day ( i think i may have blogged about it ) i was on the elliptical with my headphones & the music on full blast and the women next to me was on the treadmill. first of all she was wearing FLIP FLOPS, secondly she had the treadmill on FULL incline where I was almost worried she was going to fall backward and lastly she was talking on her cell phone w/it on the speaker option so i could hear every word of her conversation over my full blast ipod. then today when i was laying out my yoga mat and preparing for bodyflow i heard someone talking loudly on their phone and turned around and surprise flip flop incline lady, ugh :( i hate that i let others bother me so much but ugh she makes me looks my motivation!

i noticed you talking about eating dinner at 2pm. do you not eat dinner with Jess? Just curious!

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PAMELA984 11/13/2008 12:47PM

    Careful before you judge other people's workouts! My short little legs can't seem to get past 4.0 on the treadmill with a 10% incline - anything beyond that and I'm running!

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BRUIN2 11/13/2008 12:38PM

    Woot woot!! That's soooo great that spacing out your meals is working for you! I know some days are definitely harder than others... Did I tell you that sometimes I "hide" food from myself at work?

Usually I just keep all of my food for the day on my desk (behind me, so I'm not staring at it all day) - but when I first started bringing food for an afternoon snack, I had to hide the snack because if it was in my bag at lunch time, I would eat it. HA.

Anyways. Glad you had such a good elliptical last night!!

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Wednesday Check-In

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Interesting development - for the past day I haven't been as hungry as normal! Yay for now, but I'm sure this won't last. Yesterday I "only" ate 1,730 calories - this is the lowest I've gone in a long time. I stayed in bed reading/sleeping in until 10:15 a.m., and then had two mugs each of green tea and coffee with soy milk before breakfast, which is actually what I usually do, only I did them at "day off" speed while chatting online with a friend I hadn't talked to in months. So by the time I had breakfast it was 2 p.m.!!! After that there was just never enough time to eat all my snacks between going to the gym and then going out with my friend. As it was, I had to sneak in time for dinner! (Which reminds me - the Mexican lasagna I made this week is again SO DELICIOUS, but the tuna/broccoli/spinach bake is a bit bland, could use more mayo - Smart Beat - next time.) So far today I'm doing well spacing out my food - it's almost noon and I have only eaten breakfast, one snack (out of five planned!) and lunch. And lots to drink. I usually am the worst at spreading out my food when I am sitting at my desk at work. That's because when I don't want to get work done, I use eating to procrastinate. I don't always consciously realize I am doing this, but when I stop and think about it, that's definitely what I'm doing. Bad girl!!

Yesterday's workout consisted of the following:
1. Five minute warm-up walk on treadmill, gradually increasing speed and incline
2. Stretch
3. 10 minute interval run on treadmill...I tried 6.0/9.0 for a while but then dropped the speed minutes down to 8.5.
4. 12 minute StairMaster fit test. You aren't supposed to do the test after you've done other exercise, so I scored "Fair" but the score is invalid. But I really just did it to kill time before class.
5. Advanced Step class (60 min). I hadn't done it in a while mostly because it's usually hard to get to the gym by 4:30 on a Tuesday afternoon, but also because this class is really intimidating with tricky footwork and a bunch of old pros who make it look easy. I put my step in the back even though in most classes I'm right up front, and as luck would have it I ended up right behind one of those old pros. I just copied everything she did and that made it a lot easier! Also being fitter than the last time I tried it helped too. I still got a little lost and was the worst in the class, and the instructor felt the need to come over and try to help me get one of the moves even though I insisted I was just a lost cause, but I did far better than I'd ever done before. And at the end of class the instructor told me to keep coming back. I think I could be an Advanced Step old pro someday if I kept going consistently.

I also did a few pushups...this is something I want to try to do on a more regular basis...I mean I already do some in Body Pump but those are all at someone else's pace and on my knees. I want to practice some real, on-the-toe pushups when I am on my own. Unfortunately I can still only manage one real one at a time, but then I want to drop down to my knees and do as many of those as I can, then rest and try the whole thing over again. So far I haven't really gotten too into this, but I need to be able to do more real ones in a row.

PS - Weight today: 137.6. Oh well.

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TRACYZABELLE 11/13/2008 1:47AM


Do the numbers on the scale really mean that much to you or is it more how you feel?I am glad my home scale does not go high enough to weigh me or I would beb on it all the time I think. Weighing in once a week is good for me I think.

You sound like you had a great day.. very relaxing!

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CATERPILLAR85 11/12/2008 9:58PM

    sounds like a wonderfully lazy day to me!

p.s. bodyflow is a yoga/pilates class :) i think we have discussed it before!

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BRUIN2 11/12/2008 12:28PM

    Ahhh, I eat to procrastinate from work too. Bad habit, eh? (hahaha, yep, I'm Canadian apparently!)

Something I've tried doing (and had some success with) is reaching for my water bottle BEFORE reaching for my food. Kind of a forced spreading of the meals...

And Woo Hoo for such an awesome workout! Way to rock that step class!! Is there one that you can go to at a time that works for you?? You should totally see if you can watch the Biggest Loser episode from last night online - it was AWESOME! And it will make you want to keep up the stepping!!!

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Big Drop Theory Holds True Again!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

My weight loss follows this pattern again and'll hold steady or gradually slightly go up over the course of several days and then finally BAM, down a bunch (e.g., three pounds) in one day. I KNEW I was in for a "BAM" day today...that 139.0 yesterday just didn't seem right to me...I knew my weight should have been lower....

136.4 today!!!

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CREATINGMYSELF 11/13/2008 1:24AM

    I am the same way-- I have been trying to kick 204 for like 2wks. And then this morning the scale provided me with some much needed sanity-- 201 lbs even.

What the heck? It's so frustrating, but predictable I guess. I just always worry that the "magical" day won't come!

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SWEATONCEADAY 11/11/2008 6:53PM

    woo hoo!

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-JACE- 11/11/2008 3:25PM

    congrats! my body does the same thing!

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RA4945 11/11/2008 2:31PM

    emoticon Awesome! You worked hard for it, girl! Congrats! I want one of those!!!

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BRUIN2 11/11/2008 1:09PM

    I think your new nickname will be Emeril!!


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CATERPILLAR85 11/11/2008 12:49PM

    you are amazing, i am so proud!

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TRACYZABELLE 11/11/2008 12:44PM

    I think being a woman we naturally retain fluid to screw us up! Some of us more than others . WTG lady!

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BLUEBOOEYES 11/11/2008 11:55AM

    Way to go, Susan!!!

Congrats!! Soon enough you'll be at goal!

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PAMELA984 11/11/2008 11:30AM

    emoticon You Rock!

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