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Non-scale Victory?

Thursday, February 14, 2013

I know this is a weird first blog, but I just noticed the strangest thing... One of the doctors I work with (he's a pathologist and I work in a hospital lab) has started talking to me!

OK, a little history. I started working on losing weight and getting healthy in 2005. He was at the hospital then. We all called him 'Dr GQ' behind his back because he's one of those drop-dead gorgeous types. I've worked with a trainer, been on Weight Watchers, gotten the lap band and worked my behind off (or at least made it a LOT smaller!) and lost over 130 pounds. And I'm not done yet.

Anyway, I realized yesterday 'Dr GQ' said hi to me and actually tried to start a conversation.

So, is that a non-scale victory or not?

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SPARKLINGHOPE 2/15/2013 11:46AM


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TIMOTHYNOHE 2/14/2013 10:40PM

    It's not such a weird thing. I told She(WMBO) about how odd it was that women were engaging me in conversation more than usual lately.

"Are you wearing your wedding ring?"

Huh? "Not always. Sometimes I am working." I don't wear jewelry of any kind when I work with my hands. It's a safety thing. Habit. Not disrespect or trolling.

"They're hitting on you."

Me? "Who? Me? I'm a grey haired former Santa. No one is hitting on me."

"Trust me. I've heard the girls at work when they don't think I can hear," She(WMBO) is the boss, "women are hitting on you."

Holy crap!

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USMAWIFE 2/14/2013 8:58PM


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HHB4181 2/14/2013 8:55PM


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SPEEDY143 2/14/2013 7:41PM

    You bet your bippy emoticon emoticon on your fantastic progress emoticon

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-WRKNG2ABTTRME- 2/14/2013 6:09PM


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DRB13_1 2/14/2013 6:02PM

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you are NOT invisible... wear your smile and continue to be beautiful inside and out
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