Does this count as an NSV? Funny, but true story!

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Sorry if TMI, but I thought you could all use a giggle at my expense.

I had a wardrobe malfunction at the gym this morning. I've lost inches across my chest, not to mention some volume, and all of my "hold 'em ups" are getting pretty loose. I reached up to grab the bars on the stretching cage and the "girls" slid out the bottom of my bra. Yeah...this happened. emoticon

Not sure if anyone noticed. I was afraid to look around. I crossed my arms over my chest (well, thanks to gravity it was kind of "under" my chest) and went straight to the shower/dressing room and adjusted myself before fleeing the gym as discreetly as possible.

I wanted to wait until I hit ONEderland, which is only 14. 4 pounds away, to purchase new clothing and lingerie, but now... New bras? Definitely!

Other NSVs? I'm stronger. I'm more flexible. I can scratch places I couldn't 3 months ago. I can hold a plank for a second or so before I face plant. I walk faster. I sleep a little better. My seat belt fits better. I have to pull the seat up closer to the steering wheel. Many more but that's off the top of my head.

NSVs are signs of success, even the funny, embarrassing ones. Treasure the moments, and the laughs!

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    And way cool with the new profile photo.

    Now get the too the bra store. and get new ones every 15 lbs you lose. At our age we need all the support we can get.

    you go girl.
    1648 days ago
    Congrats on the loss in inches!! Sometimes the "clothing police" is our activity and when that happens, it's not easy to argue!! Hope you got a good one, I finally bought into sports bras after I lost about 45 lbs. and couldn't find a bra that fit me with enough support!! Take care, keep up the attitude and have an excellent weekend!! emoticon emoticon
    1657 days ago
  • GHK1962
    At least you knew! I mean, what if you were so into your stretching and was bending this way and that!

    Heh ... another NSV ... I see a whole lot more enthusiasm for exercising on your part ... wooohooo!

    Waiiiittt...it's woohoo Wednesday ... you should use this!

    MJ: "My Woohoo today is my woohoo's got loose!"

    *whaps myself for making that goofball joke!*
    1660 days ago
    NSVs are awesome! Despite embarrassment. :D Oh man, definitely time for some new support! :D You are doing fantastic!
    1660 days ago
    I know how you feel - LOL!

    After I had lost quite a bit of weight I was at my Dietitian's appointment. She got me to stand up to measure my waist. I knew that my fitted trou were getting loose, but didn't realize HOW much too loose they were until they fell to the ground, totally unaided :-)

    My daughter had to go one better. She had lost quite a bit of weight. She was going for a brisk long walk around town as part of her exercise regime. SHE knew she had lost a fair bit, too, but didn't realize how much. As she was striding it out her trou fell to the ground, but not only that ..... they took her knickers with them - hahaha. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

    BOTH of us had to hurry up and get some new clothes :-)

    1660 days ago
    emoticon Oh my... But a happy reason for the malfunction! emoticon

    1661 days ago
    ha ha!
    DH is about where you are now.. I have to talk up onderland to him. One cool thing is that we don't have to look for booths with more room when we DO go out to eat.
    1661 days ago
  • JUNEAU2010
    Love it! Laugh all the way to the store!
    1661 days ago
  • SBEAR5
    LOL, I literally LOL'd. I'm pretty sad to say that, that's one place I haven't lost much. ugh! Hopefully, someday! :)
    1661 days ago
    What a funny NSV, definitely not TMI, this is where to share that kind of stuff!
    1661 days ago
    emoticon for the laugh! emoticon
    emoticon for you!
    1661 days ago
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