WHAT?! Grandma - I can wear your pants!

Friday, December 14, 2012

Haha! I'm gonna cut straight to the chase on this. I went over to my grandma's house to visit and she had some cast offs that she wanted me to try on.

They were a pretty decent pair of size 20 blue jeans so I went into her room to try them on - totally not thinking they would fit because I'm used to wearing a 26-24. Umm.... I got them on, snapped the button, and then ZIPPED THEM UP. That's right... ZIPPED THEM UP! I went to show my grandma and you should have seen her face. Evidently she didn't think they'd fit either. emoticon

I honestly have been trusting the scale, thinking that it knows all, it told me that I was close to my starting weight. Bummer. I wonder just what is going on here. emoticon Oh well, I should be happy I have a new pair of pants to wear! emoticon

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    That is awesome! It's great to have some affirmation when the scale isn't doing what you think it should.

    1897 days ago
    That's freakin awesome! If your grandmother is anything like mine, showing her those pants fit made you feel smugly awesome. I know it would do that for me!

    But seriously, major congrats on those size 20s!

    1898 days ago
    emoticon Scales are not the only way to see how well you are doing. Fitting in to the jeans is what we call a non scale victory NSV. You Rock On
    1898 days ago
    The scales can be deceiving at times. Looser clothes or a different smaller size is one way to measure your loss in addition to how you feel.
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