She is clothed in strength

Monday, January 20, 2014

I'm psyched about finally gettin out of the 260s. When I stepped on the scale I was confident all the healthy choices and exercise i put in for the last 2 weeks paid off. I really didn't have to step on the scale as I know I lost 3 inches since September. But when I did I broke off from my plateau of losing 4 lbs from 264 to now 260lbs. Can't wait to see the 250's and going down another pants size. Size 18 is fitting me nice but I don't want to get to comfortable in them. I already have a pair of size 16 that's waiting for its debut lol. Those pants is my goal for the next 2 months. I could remember when they couldn't even fit on my calf, lol. Now they can fit over my butt but my stomach is impeding the progress😕. No worries, I'm determined. It's incredible to see how far my body has gone from my highest weight of 325lbs. I wish I took more full body pics but I see the shame I was feeling so I took almost none until I started losing weight. Its crazy how I look in the mirror and finally see a difference. Before I only saw the difference in what I wore or my belt size, smh. Then came the difference of weightloss when I started walking the mall and walking long distances when I was running errands. My back, neck and knee would be in pain. Now I can almost skip around, lol. It's about progress and I'm slowly making it. I thank God for blessings me with each step I make in attaining my healthy lifestyle goals. Also to my family and followers who give me words of encouragement. We know in life we have to do it alone but it feels good that someone does say a kind word or press that like button for the extra boost of "I hear you girl" or "keep it going your doing great". Thank you all for being a source of strength.
Peace and Blessings
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    1585 days ago
    Great work
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