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The sisterhood of the shrinking pants

Monday, June 24, 2019

This last weekend I finaly joined the sisterhood of the shrinking pants. I have been, quite literally, working my butt off. I have been exercising six days a week, found my optimal calorie burning zone, and have been pushing through everyday to be a stronger, healthier, and more optimistic version of myself that I can be. Seeing the physical evidence has been my greatest achievement this far! From a 24 to a 16. I have my eyes on size 10! This pic posted is lined up even with the button on button. Thanks for keeping accountable my fellow Sparkers. Cheers!
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    Yesterday I went to ROSS with my friend. We hadn't done that before, and it was fun. She was trying one most clothes, and I was her second opinion. I looked but don't need clothes nor have extra money or felt like trying stuff on since I had gone off program for a few days, but I did find something to wear on the 4th of July and did try on three dresses in size L to XL that fit like skin, but they did fit. Too much like skin to buy, but I could get them on. It was fun to try different styles. I am not really a dress person, but in the summer I like to throw one on. I do look forward to shopping again when I lose more weight.
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    Woohoo!!! You are working hard for it!!!
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    emoticon You're doing great! So much fun to looking forward to shopping for those size 10 pants. I know you can do it!
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    I remember when I was in that club and hope to rejoin again. I'm a size 18 but have a few 10s just waiting for the day. Congrats on your achievements... keep it up!!
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