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I crossed my legs!

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

I went to my PCP this morning and while waiting for him to come into the office, I accidently crossed my legs! It was a surprise! I have not been able to do that in ages!

My next goal? I am looking forward to the day that the water covers my belly while taking a bath. That's a big goal for me. I measure things in funny ways sometimes but I look forward to the day that I can actually take a bubble bath and have the water and bubbles completely cover my belly.

For today, I'm happy I can cross my legs again.
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  • v KRISPYKRITTER1
    I love the non-scale rewards. They make me at least as happy if not more than the scale rewards. emoticon
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    2069 days ago
  • v XANADUREALM
    You are off to a great start! Take it one day at a time....you can do it! I wish you the best with your weight loss!

    Xana
    Lets put the Spark back into the Waist Management Team!



    2070 days ago
  • v APRILSHOWER555
    LOL...I can't wait until I'm able to cross my legs while sitting without completely turning my entire body to one side! As for the bath....I'm right there with ya! Congratulations on your accomplishment!
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    2070 days ago
  • v TUBLADY
    Thats great. I know how that feels. I sit all the time cross legged on the bed or floor. Love it. How about adjusting the steering wheel to drive? Or the seat belt. All great moments I experienced. I was glad to not use the seat in the tub, I can get down into the water, and get back up. I was really big.
    Keep up the good work, this is just the beginning.
    2070 days ago
  • v LILANGELS
    emoticon ! My goal is to take a bath and move from side to side to touch the tub. Funny how we measure things isn't it?
    2070 days ago
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