Two days won't make that much of a difference. Even if you doubled your count on those 2 days, it couldn't add up to more than a pound.
The hardest thing about this journey is that is it actually a journey. You can't decide that you want to be 20 pounds lighter, and go to the mall and buy a 20 pound weight loss.
If you eat healthy food and exercise regularly, over the course of a year you WILL lose weight. I didn't see a food tracker on your page, so I can't make specific suggestions. In general, though, load up on the green vegetables and other bright colored plant parts. That will feed your body the nutrients it needs, plus make you feel full from the fiber.
It says on your page that you are planning to hike the Appalachian Trail in the spring. If I were you, I would concentrate on making sure that your muscles and joints were up to the challenge. I would walk or jog as much as I possibly could. I would also eat lots of high calcium foods to prepare your bones.
I met a man who lost 100 pounds walking the Appalachian Trail. That isn't to say that you should put off losing weight until then. Just a reminder of how physically demanding it's likely to be.
Keep working at it. You will see results.
"There's treasure everywhere." Hobbes, in Calvin and Hobbes