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RACHCOX
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Who knew 1 inch could make me so happy.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Down another inch in the hips!! YAHHHHHH!! My gianomous backside has been a source of embarassment for years. I am so happy to find ways to see a change other than the scale. (I have a very fickle scale) That thing will turn on you when you least expect it. Sometimes I wonder who's side it on, mine or the old, lazy (bigger) me. LOL emoticon
Love how I feel and I am looking forward to the day I can say "I DID IT!! emoticon I stuck to it and made it to my goal....any goal. LOL So one day at a time on pound ant a time one inch at a time I will continue to push forward. emoticon
Happy day to all and I hope everyone is still focused and pressing on. emoticon
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  • v OSDOWNS
    Yay you! emoticon
    1261 days ago
  • v MOMTO2HEINZS
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    Keep up the great work!!
    1262 days ago
  • v RACHCOX
    I weigh every morning, I know it isn't advisable but I have to right now. When I stop seeing a change on the scale then I measure I usually find a change there and it is always a great surprise. When I get more comfortable with my program and know that what I am doing is going to continue to work I will back off of the weighing so often. Thanks for your comment and I hope I get to a place that I can not weigh at home like you. It would be a blast to see the big change, instead of the the tiny ones. emoticon
    1262 days ago
  • v EWL978
    Good on you!!! I'm one of these nuts who doesn't weigh at home...I wait till I see my doctor (every three months). Then we both see the loss at the same time...and I don'thave to sweat it each and every day.

    Besides, I enjoy hearing his praise.
    1262 days ago
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    1262 days ago
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