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Friday, February 13, 2009

i know I've lost weight.. obviously the scale says it all.. but somehow deep down inside.. i still feel as if i'm horrible looking.. For instance.. i did my before and after of me at 276 to 265... since the diet in general i've lost four inches off my waist and 3 off my hips.. crazybut i couldn't tell. i showed my momma Lynn and she wa sestatic.. but somehow in the midst of it all.. it was difficult for me to see the change... intil one day i put on my peacoat. its this cute thing from old navy.. a size 3x (i knew a 2x would be a little snug) i put it on one morning like any morning and noticed that the belt had to closed a little tighter.. i looked in my mirror and saw the change! the coat is swimming on me! its crazy what 20 lbs can do! that same day I went to school and all of my friends were like IMG Imani u look different your face is smaller.. have U lost weight? and then on the walk hom my next dorr neighbor was like IMANI? is that you.. ya slimmin down nice! its crazy what we do to ourselves.. I was pouting the day before because i thougtht I didn't lose enough weight and now i see that i'm doing just fine at the pace that i am! for anyone else who thinks they are still the fat girl inside or they aren't makng much progress. believe me you are! just take a nice hard look in the mirror and smile at what you see! emoticon
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    You know what that's the truth because we are looking at ourselves everyday looking for the change but, we are looking in all the wrong places.... It is very amazing how what we can't see everybody else can see!!!!! I'm proud of you keep up the good work!!!!
    4023 days ago
    I feel the same way sometimes! But ya just got to keep going! Congrats with everything, keep it up!!

    4023 days ago
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