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Working for the Weigh-in

Sunday, February 03, 2013

So i'm watching the superbowl in bed with my sweetie, reflecting on the start of the new week.
This week was good - lots of change, lots of new things to absorb, lots of firsts. Tomorrow is my second weigh-in after the first one before we started to work out. When I weighed myself yesterday at the gym I was 4 pounds down for the week. I'm hoping that at the least those 4 pounds stay off for this weigh-in, but I'd love to see just one more.
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I realize that spark, and many other recommend that a two pound loss is the most someone should reach for, but I'm in this gym bootcamp! I'd so love to average 4 pounds a week for the next 12 weeks!!
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My guy and I are getting married in May. I don't just want to be the hottest bride possible, but I want to start our marriage on a healthy note. He and I have lived together and gained together for the past 7 years. I was a 14-16 when we met, and now I'm a 18w.
I've really been thinking about getting some boudoir photos taken for him as a wedding gift before we get married! Hopefully I'll look a lot more like the person he met then the person I am today. Either way I know he'll love some steamy pictures ;)
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With all that said I'm prepped for another bootcamp session tomorrow and that weigh-in. It's time to snuggle in for the night.
Wishing you a beautiful Monday!
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  • v JESSBOND
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    Good luck on your weigh-in!
    Just remember that, no matter what the scale tells you, you're moving in the right direction!

    1302 days ago
  • v 3RDBABYWEIGHT
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    And enjoy those pictures! emoticon
    1302 days ago
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