Ermagherd, here come the embarrassing photos (and some not so embarrassing)

Thursday, May 02, 2013

Hey all,

So, while I've been avoiding it for almost two weeks, I decided it was time to pony up and take the 'before' pics. Even though these are a week and a half into it, I was feeling... *slightly* improved so it was time to do the damn thing so I can have something to compare against later. Woof. There goes that slight uptick in self confidence.

Pure, unadulterated 'before' pics

Trying to make the best of it...

So, here I am in all my glory, fallen off the SP bandwagon and trying to hop back on. I've got some old photos around here, lets see what I can dig up..

To keep things in perspective, here's where I was in...2003. No idea what I weighed here, but it was at or around 200 at least.

And here, at the lowest weight in my adult life, in 2009. After boot camp and tech school, at 145 lbs. However, I notice I don't look very toned there, just skinny.

And this, one of the pics I've loved of myself, at Rockfest in 2010, around 150-155lbs.

March 2012, 150-155lbs

November 2012, 170-ish lbs

December 2012, Key West 170lbs

So there you go, quite the history in photographs. Yikes! Work to be done, for sure.


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  • MRS.NG.06
    WHEN did you get that tat?! YUMMMMMMAY

    Lets get back in the SP saddle together xoxox I'm with you sistah!! TIRED OF BEING TIRED!
    1845 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/5/2013 12:53:37 PM
    You are beautiful!
    Love all your photos.
    1846 days ago
    Your "before" looks pretty good! Hopefully this means that it won't take you long at all to get back on track and to reach a weight where you feel more comfortable.

    Good luck!
    1878 days ago
    1879 days ago
    I think you are absolutely gorgeous in them all!! emoticon
    1879 days ago
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