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Thursday, February 12, 2009



I woke up today next to my fiancee and made coffee and said good morning to my cat.. then realized how much happier I felt compared to the old grouch I used to be. Then I realized that it was all about my self image when I needed to get ready and dressed in the morning. OMG... did I hate getting dressed in the morning. I looked for any excuse to call off work if I felt I couldn't find anything to make me feel remotely good when I looked in the mirror. But this morning I was looking forward to putting on these new pair of pants I really did not want to try on when I purchased them and when I put them on.. I was so happy to leave the house and wear them proud. I almost felt like I wanted to post my before picture on my rear so everyone could see what I've just accomplished. (come on... like you didn't think of it too?) LOL emoticon

I DID IT ALL FOR ME AND NO-ONE ELSE REALLY. AND YOU KNOW WHAT... I AM PROUD OF MYSELF AND MY COMMITMENT AND FOLLOW THRU WITH WHAT I PROMISED I WOULD DO TO IMPROVE MY LIFE.

Without the support of some very special girls out there... and if you're reading this... you know who you are, I would have quit a long time ago. SO A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL MY GIRLS!!!

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  • MUSLIMAH05
    You look Great!!! you've come a long way. Your got some serious curves, try not to cause any traffic accidents. emoticon
    4186 days ago
  • LUCY7294
    And let me tell you ... THOSE PANTS LOOK SIZZLING TOO!!! Bikini season here we come!

    You have come so far! You should be proud of yourself! It takes a lot of strength & determination to accomplish what you (and I) have.

    Thank you too. I love WOWYing with you everyday. You keep me motivated also!

    I thank BB for not only a better body but a good friend.
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    4187 days ago
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