34 pounds lost yaye and ewww!

Thursday, March 18, 2010

So today i did some scale jumping, bad me, but i was pleasantly surprised. After 2 week of the scale not moving past 188 i finally broke past that number and hit 187 earlier this week. I have gotten on the scale every day since then because i just cant believe i hit my 30 lb milestone. the nice thing is that every day since i have continued to lose weight. today i was 183. 183!!!!!!! holy poop i am excited to be near the 170's. I also looked up this picture to post and it grossed me out to think i had this even in my body. I will post it below. When you hit that bump dont give up. keep trying. even though i had not gone past 188 for 2 weeks i had lost inches below is what i tracked from Feb 26 to march 12:

weight 189

arm L-13.5 R-14

waist 39.5 -sheesh!

hips 44 - wish it were a big J-lo booty but sadly it's a deflated tire bum bum

thighs L-25 R-26

chest 48 -what big tatas i have


weight 189 (i was real upset that my weight had not gone down but not after i saw the change in inches. It explains why my pants have been so loose)

arm L-12.5 R-13

waist 38.5 -

hips 42.5

thighs L-24.5 R-25 (actually this was like between 24.5 and 25!!! =) )

chest 46

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One Pound of Fat...EEEWWWWW!

I cant wait to lose the next 30
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    That fat is not pretty... but we're getting rid of that bad boy and his friends, and only keeping the bit that makes us curvy and purty emoticon

    CONGRATULATIONS on hitting 34 gone- that's gone because of your determination and strength of will!
    3589 days ago
    well done and love the pic of the 1lb of fat it puts it all in perspective you have lost 30 times whats on that plate very impressive well done emoticon
    3594 days ago
    That is so great!! emoticon
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