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Guess timing was right for a new name

Saturday, July 05, 2008

Well, I guess the month of June wasn't my month to lose weight, but I did lose some inches..from 6/6 to 7/5, I've only lost 2.6lbs, but I've lost 3.51 ins overall..I still want to see that scale move more, but I can live with the 3.5 ins gone, too lol So, since I came back in March, I'm .4 lbs shy of being able to change my profile to the 15lbs lost on Spark..woohoo! Unfortunately, I forgot to write down my measurements before I started over, so I haven't a clue on that one..I just started keeping track again last month.. But, since I was in 26ws when I came back, and I'm back in my 18w' I'm not even gonna guess, cause I'm lousy at it, but I'm thrilled with the size changes to say the least! lol Actually, if I wanted to get technical, I was 300 when I first joined a year ago this month, Im .4 of 16 lbs..yippy skippy 16lbs in a yr, and 15 of that was the past 4 months..All that time I wasted.. emoticon But, no use crying over a wasted 8 months..To me, I may have signed up a yr ago, but I JOINED this past March..

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
VISITORX 7/6/2008 7:02PM

    Good work! I know what you mean about the scales. We have to focus on the inches and the progress we're making in our lifestyle for the rest of our life.

By the way, finished Odd Hours. It was great. I couldn't put it down as usual.

Keep up the good work!


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SUSIE531 7/6/2008 12:47PM

    Scales are usually all we focus ( obsess) about and yet as you know it should be about changing shape. someone has a lot to answer for inventing scales. lol


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POSITIVELY_EB 7/5/2008 7:45PM

    Joy, you are doing great! Inches - Pounds - they all matter! Every loss is a move in the right direction.

Keep at it!

Hugs! Beverly

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