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Weight: 261 – Pounds left to lose: 101

What’s that place called where mountain goats live? Oh yeah, a plateau. That’s where I’ve been hanging out this month too. Still holding steady at 261. Actually, I lost half a pound this week, putting me right back where I was 2 weeks ago and 2 weeks before that. I suppose it’s a pretty impressive accomplishment that I managed to drop half a pound this week after my birthday bonanza, so I can’t be too upset. I should also be grateful I’m not gaining weight. However, I am getting sick of the 260’s and I’m going to bust my ass next week to see if I can score a 259.8 on the scale.

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hopefulloser • October 29, 2005 at 1:30 pm

I hate when I hover so close to the next lower level of the tenth place (if that made sense).

apparently my solution was to gain weight and move further away from it in the wrong direction. *doh*

here’s to kicking it up a notch to get out of the *60’s (I have to get out of them too). (I’m raising my last glass of Paisano for the weekend)


~ hopeful


kathryn • October 29, 2005 at 8:01 pm

Good luck with kicking the butt of that plateau this week!


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