VLCD 14 revelation

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

I'm finally going to stop complaining and be happy that I'm back in my smaller clothes that I had to put away because I didn't finish phase 2 properly the first time I did the hCG program and rapidly put on weight, so my cute clothes stop fitting. Thankfully I didn't get much past 150 pounds this time (at one time I was between 215-225) when I slacked off.

I've had a revelation that my body wants to hold onto those last vanity 15 pounds instead of 5 (I was hoping for 10). I was never cut out to be skinny anyway, so I'm secretly happy to stay within the 135-138 range. Only time I feel bad about my weight is when skinny bi**** that have never battled their weight or had an unhealthy connection to food try to guess your weight and guess 15 pounds more than your actual weight. True story, this happened to me at work by a co-worker and that's what motivated me to try the hCG diet again. She'll probably notice I've lost weight but then ask if I'm down to 150 pounds from 165 (I was 150 when she first guess I was about 165).

I still feel the sting of when she said it out loud and it was a few months ago this conversation took place. I couldn't start the plan until my in-laws wouldn't be in town for over 30 days because I knew they wouldn't understand.

So, here's starting to current:

Day 1: 150.2 (1st day)
Day 13: 141.8
Day 16: 140.3 (today)
Day 26: ?? (hoping 135)

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    Oh yes.... my favorite is when those skinny (you know whats) say... "Oh... I just have a great metabolism... I can eat anything I want and never gain a pound... must be good genetics" Yes.... I will confess.... I am a true hater! giggle.... and I secretly revel in the fact that my genetic gift was for the weight... I am willing to work for it.

    1769 days ago
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    This is great!!! emoticon
    1771 days ago
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