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    KML410   10,385
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weigh in day

Sunday, October 06, 2013

sw =208
cw = 177
twl 31lb emoticon emoticon
wwl = emoticon 1lb

Well this week I lost 1 lb. I'll take it emoticon . I feel like my weight loss is starting to slow a little which is ok I know that I cannot have the consistant weight loss forever but I do hope that I continue to lose. I still have about 25 more pounds to lose.

At the end of the week I have an appointment with my dr. I always get nervous when I have to go will try not to think about it until later in the week.

Tried to make butternut squash soup today, didn't turn out very good, not really sure what I did wrong. I also roasted some butternut squash, that turned out great! emoticon

Well getting ready to settle in for a quiet night. Wishing you all a wonderful week. Looking forward to readying everyones blogs. Talk to you soon emoticon

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MATTEROFHEART 10/7/2013 9:58AM

    emoticon on the 1 pound! emoticon

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TMRGRANNY 10/7/2013 9:42AM

    Great job on the loss! Butternut squash sounds really good and fall like. I might just have to get some now. I have never tried making the soup. It sounds hard. I have an appt this week too. (now is the time to see if I am losing on that scale as well)
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STAY39 10/6/2013 8:21PM

    Awesome job! emoticon emoticon You will get there, even if it takes some time! Good luck at the doctors! emoticon

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GETNFITAFTER60 10/6/2013 6:44PM

    emoticon So happy you released this week. You are doing great. emoticon

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MSHEL7 10/6/2013 5:59PM

    Great job with your weight loss, the total and the weekly. It will continue to come off, just keep pushing. Don't fret the dr. It'll probably go fine.

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