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4 Pant Sizes!!!

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

When I started this whole thing back in January I was wearing size 18 pants and 1-2X shirts. Lately I've been mostly wearing size 14 shorts/pants (and a few size 12s that I had in my closet) and XL shirts. Well, today I had some time to kill and decided to do an experiement. I was at Sears and decided to try on some clothes to see what size I really am. So I started with size 12. My mom was with me and thought they didn't quite look right so she brought me some size 10s and low and behold they fit!!! I tried on a couple different styles and sure enough size 10 it was - that's 4 pant sizes!!!

Now the shirts, I was trying on larges and I'm still basically a large but they don't quite look right but that's because I'm very large chested. So, in the chest I'm a large (if not xl) and the rest maybe a medium but until that part of me starts shrinking I'll never know. Regardless I couldn't believe it. I didn't buy anything today, I will next month before school starts again, but it was just so nice to know that I've gone down 4 pant sizes!!!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
LTLSMOM 7/11/2010 7:16PM

    Great Job, keep up the excellent work!

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CRIS76 7/6/2010 9:21AM

    That is absolutely fantastic! Way to go!

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LITTLEGUYSMOM1 7/6/2010 8:48AM

    Good for you!! That is awesome. Maybe with better fitting clothes you'll really notice how all the wonderful changes you've been making have added up. Keep up the good work! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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HPRESTON714 7/6/2010 12:33AM

    That is fantastic. Celebrate your awesomeness.

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RAMJLM 7/6/2010 12:17AM

  Keep up the good work!

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