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Friday, November 01, 2013

I have been looking for a new pair of jeans for a couple of weeks now. Last week I was very disappointed that I was unable to fit into a size 18 by just a wee bit and I refused to buy size 20 (my former jeans were a 22). Well today DD and I traveled to Ann Arbor and I actually fit into a size 18 while in Macy's. Size 18. DD was waiting outside the dressing rooms for me but I was so excited when I zipped them up that I ran out to show them off to her. She was pretty impressed and I had to text my DH right then too. I bought them and I feel really, really good. I went down 2 pants sizes since September. 2 sizes. Now I know that it probably won't happen like that again but that's what I'm shooting for by Christmas. Two more sizes and I will be able to buy stuff in the regular clothing area. Not the 'Womans' but the regular stuff (why regular only goes to size 14 is a good subject for a future blog). So I have my new jeans now and DD have volunteered to drop off the old, big pair at Goodwill next week so I never wear them again. I love my family.
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  • RHYMESWITHBABY
    Oh man, that is fabulous! I always love Macy's. I make a point of shopping there when we travel to the US.
    1127 days ago
  • BLUEJEANS27
    What a fabulous feeling!! SO happy for you! emoticon

    Julia
    1131 days ago
  • HAPPYJUNEBUG
    I am so happy for you! I love buying new clothes, especially new jeans.

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    ~Junie
    100+ Pounds Team
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    1132 days ago
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  • THINFITFEMINIST
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    You'll look sensational for the holidays!
    1133 days ago
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