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I have goal jeans.

Friday, April 13, 2012

A long time ago in a land far away (2.5 years ago, San Francisco) I bought a pair of Seven brand jeans in a size 28. They cost me seven or eight dollars (yes at the thrift store). For those of you who don't know, this is one of those fancy pants brands of jeans. Anyway, when I bought them they JUSTFIT. With a little overhang but I thought, no sweat, I'll lose a couple pounds and tada! Ok well tada! never happened and then I gained a bunch of weight and these jeans have stayed in my closet, quietly mocking me in the dark. I am holding onto them because never in a million years can I afford to buy a brand new pair, so you best believe I'm going to eat right and work out and get back to that point where they JUSTFIT, and right into WOW THOSE LOOK GREAT! You just wait n see.

In the meantime, I just ordered a pair from fredericks of hollywood. I dont usually buy their clothes but I'm hoping these will look good. And... heh, sure hope I fit into their size 32, since that was the biggest size I could order it in.

Anyway, I am going hiking this weekend, I'm going to drag my honey on the 2 hour trail with lots of work involved. I told him we're not allowed to act fat anymore, since acting fat makes you fat. And we have both gained a few (20) pounds.

Have a great weekend folks!
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  • X5X52000
    Oh I just LUV those 7 jeans. Keep up the good work and get into those jeans!!!
    2528 days ago
    Sounds like a good plan! Especially the part where you don't act fat, since that makes you fat. I think you may be onto something.
    2532 days ago
    You should do a "pants saga" like I did! It was a really great motivator for me. Check out my photos on my page and you'll see the time-comparison photos!
    2532 days ago
    Isn't that the best feeling? I'm sure you'll look great in the Fredricks jeans, too.
    2532 days ago
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