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One Shirt!...

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

I was just thinking of some of the things I want to do once I lose this weight. One that came to mind is that I want to wear just one shirt…one. emoticon I always wear two so I can hide. I have my tank of some kind and an over shirt. It fools me into thinking if I cover myself up I will look better, that it won’t show how I truly look. emoticon What’s really dumb is I also know the beloved ‘over shirt’ actually makes me look bigger so how stupid is that! emoticon I just want to be able to throw on a shirt, any shirt without having to put thought into it and feel confident. emoticon It’s just a simple thing really, but something I really want that I haven’t had in many moons. emoticon
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  • BERRY4
    Great goal!
    1175 days ago
  • MISS*J
    I do this exact same thing! It makes me feel better about myself, more comfortable even though I know it doesn't always look good.

    We *will* get to the point where we can throw on any shirt and feel amazing about it.

    1178 days ago
  • KIM22211
    ok lady! The t shirt you are referring to in my pic could almost be a mini dress! Did you happen to notice the length of it! Seriously! Plus it is a huge shirt. I am certain you have t shirts that you get around in! I dream of the day I could wear a shirt that just stops at my waist! lol!!!! emoticon We are finally getting there!!!!
    1178 days ago
  • KIM22211
    well that is a bit tricky. Because sometimes it looks better to layer. I doubt seriously that you look bad in anything you wear. I know mine are always oversized and long. I think it is tacky for me to show my rolls
    1180 days ago
  • KDRICH24
    It's funny how we notice such little things. I also wear 2 shirts! No matter what but it's because I don't want my back showing when I bend over! Random! ANYWAY! Good luck! emoticon
    1180 days ago
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