Err....competition is fierce!

Wednesday, September 23, 2009


So last night i spoke by phone with my twin sis (we are separated by a 4hr drive, so our chat's are most often by phone these days).

Well, as i mentioned in my last blog, i visited her at the end of August and it put a firecracker under she was down to the 180 something's. Of course i was happy for her, but it burned by butt bigtime...i better get going!

So, last night she casually mentions to me that she had to go out and buy new pants for work as her old ones were practically falling off. She is in a size 11 !!!!

Size 11...seriously, my twin sis and i growing up have almost always been within 10lbs of each other. (except when she was pregnant). I honestly think the last time we may have been in size 11 is public school. I'm quite sure we wore 16-18 throughout highschool, maybe the odd size 20.

So, she tells me she hopped on the scale last week and it said 170! Yesterday she was weighing in at 177.

She said she was almost a bit concerned when she noticed the weight was rolling off, as usually it is such a battle for us to lose a pound. Never the less she said she's feeling great, energetic, etc.

One funny thing she spoke of was how her once vuluptuous breasts now look like shrivelled up prunes!...too funny, these were her words. I said i don't have to worrry about that (as i have always been quite a bit smaller than her in that respect)...i said i don't think mine could get too much smaller anyhow!
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    Bonnie, you and I are in the same boat. I used to say I had more cleavage in my shoulder blades than in my chest, lol. Didn't know you had a twin. This could turn out to be a good healthy competition for the two of you to stay on course with your weight loss journeys.

    All the best to both you and your sister. emoticon

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