Today the scale read 60 POUND WEIGHT LOSS. Okay, it actually read 267, but same difference. I don't know if 2nd graders weigh 60 pounds, but I thought it sounded good!
Couple of updates:
Last night I ate a piece of pizza. Not thin crust, but whole wheat crust from Papa Johns. It was so good and gave me NADA problems! Weird since the pasta of the lasagna wouldnt go down.
I started taking my prenatal vitamins today. I am hoping that it will help with the hair loss. It will probably make me grow a full beard.
I got my passport out today bc I wanted to see when I went to St. Martin. It turns out I went in 2002. I wanted to know bc this is the smallest weight I can remember being in my adult life. I thought I was 209. So, as I have mentioned before, I have kept a weight loss journal off and on since 1999. I flipped to the year 2002, and guess what! That year I only recorded 2 dates...and they were in January. SO, I dont officially know what I weighed in June 2002. I know I was in a size 18. I was looking at other year's weights, and apparently in 2004 I was 246. And in 1999/2000 I was around 215. For some odd reason this really made me sad. I think because I am just still so fat compared to then. I look at pictures now of when I was 215 and I had a really nice figure. But didnt appreciate it. And then in some messed up part of my mind, I think I was sad bc I feel like I am making the best choices for my health...and I feel like I SHOULD be at my lowest weight ever....RIGHT NOW DANG IT!
I know. You are saying AMY! You started at 327. Get a grip crazy pants!
Have you also noticed that you work and work to get to a 10-pound mark. Like 280, 270, 260...and once you get there you are only satisfied with that for like one nano second...and then you are on your next quest for another 10 pounds! Geesh, it makes my brain and soul tired. We are never satisfied. We always want more...which I believe is how we got into this predicament in the first place.
Do you think they make a lapband for your mind?