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Under 200 was great!

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Well I was under 200 pounds but I gained this week so I am now 200.8. Was great while it lasted...
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  • COACHKRYSTIE
    It'll be gone next week!~! So proud of you.. I'm right behind you to get there!!!
    3420 days ago
  • AFTERMYKIDS
    I did the same thing at 200 pounds. Now I'm doing it at 50 pounds Gone. LOL You can only emoticon take it and keep moving forward. We can't stress b/c it will get the BEST of us. Keep on Keeping on, THAT CRAZY scale will get w/the program! emoticon
    3420 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8026245
    That ok it might have had something to do with your clothes. Keep up your good work. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3422 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8099773
    Just water...don't worry, you are doing all the right things, and you'll be back down again soon!
    3422 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8341363
    Fluctuations are normal, keep on making healthy choices and you may soon drop to well below 200.
    3422 days ago
  • JOYINKY
    Many things can cause a temporary gain and it's not necessarily fat; just hang in there and keep making healthy choices! You are doing great! Joy
    3422 days ago
  • MRSSMITH622
    I maintained. I was supposed to lose one and be at 210. It isokay next week we will rock the weigh in.
    3422 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8608143
    emoticon - you'll be back on track in no time! 200 will be a distant memory
    3422 days ago
  • SIMPLERLIFE66
    What is it about the number 200? I always get stalled just short of 199, so congrats for making it across the line!
    3422 days ago
  • CLAUDECF
    It'll be gone with more by next week! It's what I call travelling pounds! emoticon
    Don't you worry, you are doing fine! emoticon emoticon
    3422 days ago
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