MARIAAT160
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Hi Everybody! Update!

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

So funny story. Today I had a screening for my health insurance at work and they tested my cholesterol and glucose and blood pressure and the dreaded weight and bmi. I passed everything except for the bmi and waist measurements. My weight measurement was one inch off sadly but the lady who did my screening told me 25 pounds more and I should be in a normal bmi. Yeay!

Back to the funny story. I bought an older scale that is not digital at a thrift store here in town and I went by that since I joined this site and it stated I was at 255 so that is what I had on my ticker and that is what I had been going by since May. Today, however I weighed myself at the screening and I was 219! My scale is about 10 pounds off. When I last weighed myself with my scale here in December I was at my lowest of 226. Now I found out I am actually 219! Soo exciting! I actually have less that I need to lose and have reached my pre- pregnancy weight Double Yeay! I changed my ticker now too so that it will reflect my actual weight now too! :D

Just wanted to share that awesome story and wanted to say THANK YOU!!!! to all of you who encouraged and commented my last post and for all the great goodies that was awesomely surprising THANK YOU AGAIN!! Hope you are all doing well and WE CAN DO IT!!!
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  • EMELEE82
    SO SO SO awesome! You are doing so well! emoticon
    1593 days ago
  • SNOOPYMOMMA72
    Congratulations in getting healthy and the weight loss!
    1607 days ago
  • WANRAS
    Woohoo !!! What a great weigh-in ! Congratulations. They always say you can judge by the scale - especially when it is off.
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    1607 days ago
  • BILL60
    Congratulations on your awesome weight loss.
    1609 days ago
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    1609 days ago
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