160.8 Diet Day 14 of 14


I lost .6 pounds yesterday and I now weigh 160.8! I walked the halls for twenty minutes yesterday morning at the school where I substituted. Scott and I walked the dogs a mile in the park when I got home.
In these pictures I am joyfully trying on women's size medium down jackets by The North Face at Costco. I fit comfortably in a size medium women's jacket! That means the top of me is size 10. Medium is size 8-10.
I didn't need to buy the jacket. It was enough that it fit me. Scott taking these pictures was a nice bonus. He does such a good job catching the joy on my face, in the photo on the left! It is so much fun to try on clothes now that I actually fit in a normal size!
The bottom half of me is shrinking as well. These size 12 Anne Klein jeans are getting loose on me. I love your suggestion to put them in the dryer, Mom! LOL! :) Yep, that works for the first hour or so!
Here is what I ate yesterday and still lost .6 pounds, along with walking at least 2 miles:
3/4 cup Special K, 1/2 cup blueberries, 1/2 cup soy milk
1 cup raw carrot sticks, 2 tablespoons parmesan spinach dip
Hamburger patty, 1 tablespoon BBQ sauce, 2 cups steamed broccoli and cauliflower
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