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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


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KAPELAKIN 12/15/2012 10:10AM

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


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CATTUTT 12/14/2012 7:50PM

    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!

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CHANGING-TURTLE 12/14/2012 6:38PM

    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

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PARKERB2 12/14/2012 6:14PM

    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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KNYAGENYA 12/14/2012 5:49PM


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