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SINGAWOLFSONG
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I bought a new scale

Thursday, February 24, 2011


Ok I don't know why the video cut out towards the end, but I'll type here what I was going to say:

"...what's the point in keeping it? So...yea anyway, so that's why if any of you have kept track of my weight, that's why I 'gained' weight so fast is because of the new scale. So thanks for watching guys and I don't know if you have a similar situation or whatever, feel free to comment. And I will talk to you later!"

Something that I meant to mention in the vlog is that based on what the scales were reading and how much I've lost so far, my starting weight was actually around 215-220, not 210 like I thought. Scary :(
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  • v SINGAWOLFSONG
    Thank you for all the positive comments everyone! Today during my workout I used "197" as a motivation to keep pushing, so maybe it was a good thing after all :)
    1947 days ago
  • v DARKMOON1025
    NO MORE FEAR!!! emoticon
    1947 days ago
  • v LADYBIRD82
    It sounds like your doing really great, keep up the good work. Wish I could be below 200. Maybe someday. Try not to get to hung up on the numbers. Your still losing regardless. emoticon emoticon
    1947 days ago
  • v BLESSEDWIFEMOM
    Onederland and never leaving. Good job. Don't worry about the scale. Try to be healthy, and the weight will drop off.
    1947 days ago
  • v WILDFIREKRISTIN
    Hi, I just wanted to leave a quick note and to say, please let yourself off the hook. I can feel your disappointment and hurt, but you are doing a good job losing weight and should feel good about what you have accomplished. I know the stuggle is long and hard, but you can do it! Keep up the good work!
    1947 days ago
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