Post # 1
…the day I fit into a size small!
I’ve been losing weight slowwwly since high school. Now 6 or 7 years later, I got down from a size XL to a size S. Last year I made the beautiful leap from size 10 to size 8, which I’ve maintained currently, by I guess in my midsection I lost more recently – slowly. I actually thought I had been gaining. I know I should attribute a lot of it to realizing that some of what I was wearing was too big on me (to hide the imperfections) and that I’m choosing styles that fit more appropriately (rather than, say, junior sizes). But still. I’m wearing a size small today and it feels wonderful.
Now, I know it’s not *THE* day I’ve been waiting for. But it’s one small step to make me feel more confident in face of my waiting woes. It’s also a welcome distraction from work/school stress and concern over a sick family member who I am close to.
What makes you feel good today?
Post # 3
Good for you I am glad to hear that you have reached that goal. The thing that makes me feel good today is even though I am an anxious waiting bee knowing that I have the love of my life by my side and that soon we will be engaged but untill then the time we spend together I cherish every minute of it.
Post # 4
That is wonderful! Even though it’s not *the* day, it’s just as (if not more) important to recognize such an accomplishment! Congratulations 🙂
Post # 5
wonderful goal- congrats!
Post # 6
Congrats!! That’s a huge accomplishment. I think most women know both how difficult and satisfying weight loss can be, and it sounds like you’ve not only done it right (slowly over time) but met an increddible goal today! hooray!!
Post # 7
Wow!! That is awesome news. I feel good when I’m slimmer too. I’ve been thinking about the big day that will hopefully happen soon. I want to be in the best shape ever for my wedding day. I decided next week I will start hardcore. LOL. This week is my birthday so I’m not going to worry about it too much. : )
Post # 8
You bees are all so sweet! We should all remember to focus on the little goals, because it’s so easy to get caught up in “the big picture.”