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I made a discovery today

Monday, April 18, 2011

I realized for the first time in as long as I can remember I have no clothes in my home that are too small. This might seem like a strange thing to celebrate but celebrate I am. Because I have always had several sizes of clothes, many way too small and a few too big. I have rid my closet of all clothes that were to big since I will not need them again, but being able to fit in all the clothes I out grew over the years is a first for me. Yea me. Plus I was wanting to do every thing on the Spark points list so I needed to blog about something. This is it.
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  • NEW-CAZ
    emoticon Pat!
    Great feeling huh?! emoticon
    3676 days ago
  • USHARA
    Congratulations Pat! That is just so wonderful to hear. That's the whole purpose of being on this site, isn't it? To lose and lose and lose until you finally fit into the jeans stuck in the bottom of the drawer that you can't even get to the tops of your legs, let alone get them up over your hips and zipped up! LOL emoticon emoticon
    3705 days ago
  • SCOTTLINE
    Pat, this is so great!! Like the others I can't remember ever not having multiple sizes in my closet. Always fearing I may need those big sizes again and prayer that I'll shrink into the small sizes. I hope someday I can rid myself of clothing overload.
    3705 days ago
  • KLASSIE
    What a wonderful discovery. I pray that I will one day experience such an awesome phenomenon.
    3713 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6994021
    Wow, that is really something! Congrats!!
    3713 days ago
  • SCMAMAJONES
    Good for you!!!! I have also been getting rid of larger clothes...I refuse to go back to size 20!
    3716 days ago
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