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Benefits of a Back Injury?!

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

About a week and a half ago I injured the right side of my back. I have no idea what I did, but I'm hoping that I never do it again. I was struggling so much that I was willing to use my husband's back brace to give me more support. My husband works on boat restorations and engines and all sorts of messy things which have found their way onto his back brace. Plus, the poor thing is so stretched out. It's like a worn out black gertle (?spelling?) with suspenders. Anyway, I hurt and I felt like I looked ridiculous. But I did wear a black shirt to kind of disguise the back brace. What is the UPSIDE to all of this?

My daughter looked at the backside of me and said, "WOW Mom! You look great from the back. You can really see your weight loss with that back brace on!" I was shocked and also pleased. She suggested a photo so that I could see the results of being steadfast with staying within my calorie range on Spark and exercising. The photo below is the backside of me! emoticon

Currently, I am feeling great! The back pain is almost non-existent and I did buy a new back brace for myself so that during these days of healing, I wasn't as self-conscious. emoticon

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  • v RONALANA
    I guess that means that you need to start wearing things that define your waist more! Hey...a compliment is a compliment!
    1317 days ago
  • v 67YKCEB
    what is they say ..... vaa vaa voom! emoticon

    I do hope your back gets better.
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    1318 days ago
  • v A-NEW-TARA
    Look at that figure! A beautiful back side!
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    1318 days ago
  • v MAGGIEVAN
    Nicely curved! It is fantastic that something good came out if it. Congrats.
    1319 days ago
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