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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Holding Steady....

It's that time again, to pubically bear my soul to complete strangers (mostly) and talk about that most personal issue - my weight.  As a complete non-sequitur, which is the greater social faux pas - asking someone their age or their weight????  I think asking someone's weight is the greater sin, but I digress....

During lunch I went to weigh-in as part of my weekly WeightWatcher routine, and when I stepped on the scale I was down -0.0 lbs for a NO loss week. That's not a big deal but it makes for a boring blog - my apologies for the lack of drama exhibited by my waistline.

For those keeping track, I've lost -18.2 lbs since I re-started the WW program on 12/29/10 which averages out to -2.26 lbs per week since then.  If I lose -0.4 lbs. more pounds next week, I'll be equal to the weight I was before I abandoned my first WeightWatchers attempt last November and recklessly gained +18.6 lbs in two months.  

As I stated last week - a zero loss was expected because it's difficult to score big back-to-back drops, so I'm optimistic for next week and my next opportunity to update the "masses" of my mass reduction.   Non-sequitur Alert: If I achieve my goal weight (which would mean a total weight loss of 50 lbs, and I'm more than halfway there) I'll write a book titled "Weapons of My Mass Reduction: My Weight Loss Memoirs" or something like that.....

As always, I’m ever hopefully there will be less of me to write about next week! 

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1 comment:

  1. As cliche as it may sound, I am proud of you. You are such an inspiration. During the weeks you do great, you share. During the times you may not do as well, you share - and same with the times you hold steady. You remind me consistantly that this is a journey. It is, and will remain, full of ups and downs. It's the continuing the journey that makes the biggest difference!

    Not IF, but WHEN you meet your goal weight, I'll celebrate with you - and defnitely look forward to reading your book! (My goal weight is a loooooong way away!)