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Before-Middle Photo

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Ok, I don't like to think of myself as a vain person, but I put a before-middle photo on my spark page and then I couldn't stop staring at it!

I called it before-middle because I won't have an actual before-after photo until I am completely done losing weight.

So I've been staring at my own picture for a couple of minutes now I think I should find something else to do!

I felt the need to repent of my vain-ness? So if that's a word, I have repented against it, and I feel much better!

Edited to add: After I finished typing this blog I HAD to look at that dang picture again!
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    I am one of the vainest ppl I know.....I am not the sexiest thing on the earth but what a person see's as the truth......well it is. that exsplains why so many ugly ppl get movie roles. Other ppl start to believe their lies as well hahaha! its contagous, I mainly use my vainity to piss off my wife, like blowing kisses to myself in mirrored windows at the mall
    3271 days ago
  • KAREN_01
    Wow! If that was me, I wouldn't stop staring either!
    You have done an amazing job losing weight. Keep up the good work!
    3272 days ago
    KOZERAAG, you deserve to keep looking at that adorable picture! Congratulations--awesome job!

    3275 days ago
    Its good motivation I suppose, I wouldn't be too worried about it unless you're all of a sudden drawn to it while doing something else entirely LOL. You look amazing, don't feel too bad by being in awe of yourself!
    3280 days ago
    Amber, you look freaking awesome!!! Your hardwork is paying off!!!
    3280 days ago
    you look awesome--congrats on your progress!
    3281 days ago
    Congrats on your progress :)
    3281 days ago
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