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Random Observations This Morning

Thursday, August 08, 2013

And they all took place in the bathroom. Hmmmmm.

I noticed as I was putting lotion on my legs that I have a lot less leg to cover. Hence, less lotion will be used emoticon

When I opened the medicine cabinet, I saw a box of Prilosec. I honestly can't remember the last time I needed to take one because of heartburn. I'm thinking it was before I committed to a healthy lifestyle and stopped eating foods that caused me to suffer heartburn. Stop eating at least in the quantity/frequency that I used to eat them. I deny myself nothing and that's why this is working so well for me. emoticon

Random observation from yesterday: As I was walking out of my office building to my car I suddenly noticed that my skirt had slipped down to just above my butt. Ruh roh! Guess I really do need to buy a few clothes to tide me over. Guess I will have to break down and go into a store and try things on because I have no idea what size to buy. I hate to shop so this will be a sacrifice. Oh well...

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
AKATHLEEN54 8/9/2013 11:17PM

    I so love when people have those types of amazing NSV's!! That made me laugh as I hope you did too when you almost lost your skirt!! We are usually so focused on the scale that we don't notice the small stuff like no longer needing antacids etc.
I actually came home today and found two new pairs of jeans on my kitchen counter. My sister bought them and left them here for me because she said all my pants are too big for me. She found a bargain and though of me. Sweet!!
Anyway congratulations on such a great job. Life is good when we are doing the right things and get such great rewards!! emoticon emoticon

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