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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

I am back on Weight Watchers...oh, thank you...thank you...

Long story short:

Highest Weight: 217 (2005) (Age 30) Not pregnancy weight...

Lowest (Adult) Weight: 158 (ummm, when I crash dieted at age 19/20)

Current Weight: 170.4 Yes, .4 Been in this 170 area for 3 weeks...my body is fighting getting into the 160's!! Why?!??!

Goal Weight: 135 (originally 145 and I'll take either!) Dream vs Reality? Did I EVER weigh 135?? Yes, when I was 12. Oh, to be 12 again!!!



Follow my random posts on twitter:
https://twitter.com/CillaThe
Rottie

Yes, CillaTheRottie.

I created an account for fun as one of my Rotties...I'm not really a Twitterific Tweeter...but, I thought maybe it would help me if I did Tweet about my weight loss. Those last 30ish pounds. The sprint to the finish line...it also helps that my dog is doing it, not me. I have no control over what she says or how lame (or funny) she is. Really. She has her own mind!!!! She does sit on command though. :) Good Girl.


I hope everyone has a good day today!!


I wrote the above entry last week...update 7/23:
I weighed in this morning. Took my pajama bottoms off (my husband laughed)...and I weighed 166.2!!! Aaaaaah!!!! I did it! I kicked butt and took names! Yay me!!!!! Now, was it all my hard work and dedication or was it switching to a new diet plan that did it??? Hmmm, ME!!! IT WAS ALL MEEEE!!! hahahahahhahha emoticon
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  • MRSBUDRYZER
    Thank you ladies!!!
    2679 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14074196
    Good for you! emoticon emoticon

    And your twitter is cute!
    2681 days ago
  • MYKIDSRSWEET
    Good for yu. I am trying to break into the 180s, and having a plateau. So I need to kick some butt like yu!
    2681 days ago
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