Viva Las Vegas…

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

I have a trip coming up next week to Las Vegas. I am really looking forward to this trip because I need times to relax and do me, while not trying to think about other things that are going on in my life like work and the economy. So, I have been planning for this trip since beginning March and I told myself that I wanted to lose 20 lbs before I go…but I have not reached that 20 lb mark yet but I have reached the 16 lb mark which is still an accomplishment and I still have 7 days to try to lose the 4 pounds to reach my goal. So I am very happy about the weight loss I have accomplished and feel great….


But there is one thing….since March and my 16 lb loss I have been buy cloths to take on this trip to find out that they all are a littler bigger than I expected. So now I am stressing at the last min. to do returns for smaller sizes or different outfits…don’t get me wrong I a very happy that I loss the weight and will continue to strive harder…but there’s nothing in my closet that doesn’t fit me correctly….sounds like new wardrobe coming soon…


Who would have ever thought that I would be writing a blog about how I need to take cloths back to the store because they are to BIG and not to SMALL???

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    3632 days ago
    emoticon way to go, good luck reaching the last 4 pounds. If it doesn't happen don't get down on yourself, just look at how far you have come. emoticon it up in Vegas, however try to stick with your plan.
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    3632 days ago
  • MONIQUE138
    That is great that you are going to Vegas. I've been there a couple of years ago and you are going to have a blast!. I'm going to DR next week and I had the same problem with my clothes. So it looks like we have some shopping to do. Feel great about your success.

    3632 days ago
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