LOSINGAMY

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Jeans and Good Decision Victory!

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Dylan wanted to go to Sonic. Alright. Fine. We go to Sonic. I ask for a Vanilla Cone, they give me a Vanilla Coke. Whatever. I don't like to complain at places like that so I shrug it off. He got a Super Sonic Burger, Sonic Size Tots and a medium Sprite. Spent $13.
I came home and cooked my meal on the fly. I cut up 3 oz of chicken, drained a whole can of green beans, and tossed them both in sauce leftover from the chicken marsala last night. Spiced it up with some Rooster Sauce. Took me MAYBE 5 minutes in all.
I let Dylan have a bite. He was jealous. Instead of grease on greased bread with grease on the side, I had a nice healthy meal that was delicious, fast, easy, and, best of all, mostly free. Including that vanilla coke, the meal was 400 calories or less (Tracker says 344, but I'll add a few more to account for the sauce).
Also, I'd like to introduce you to my $3.25 pair of SIZE 18! jeans.
They are snugger than I'd like, but I honestly think it may have something to do with that they have "Tummy Control" printed in the waistband. I no longer have a butt in my size 20s, so it was time for the next size down. See? But now I have a rump! That once size made quite a difference. emoticon
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  • GOOSIEMOON
    Yay for you!

    I think you are so smart to enjoy all the little victories along the way on your journey!

    Keep up the good work!

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    3431 days ago
  • LIVINHEALTHY9
    Good for you! And $3.25 for a pair a jeans, what could be better.
    That's awesome!


    3434 days ago
  • _JODI404
    Congrats!! You are looking great!! I think the smaller jeans sizes may be more exciting than the scale for me!

    You are doing great! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3434 days ago
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