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Weight: 254 – Pounds left to lose: 94

Ouch! A two pound gain. Did I predict this or what? From last week’s entry: “But knowing my body, next week I’ll be completely good and gain a pound.” That’s me, PastaQueen, dieting psychic! I should get a 900 number.

I’m not too upset over this gain since I think most of it’s just water retention. Plus, I was going through my box of clothes last night and I was actually able to button up my old size 24 jeans. Now, they’re still way too tight for me to actually wear, what with the way they bisect my belly. Forget about sitting down in them. But I was able to button them! Wow! Couldn’t do that last year.

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Queen • December 4, 2005 at 6:06 pm

You’ll get rid of the gain. CONGRATS on getting into the old jeans. Yessssssssssssss! They’ll become more comfortable, you watch!!

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Elizabeth • December 4, 2005 at 9:38 pm

2 pounds is NOTHING… and most likely 99% waterweight. You’ll be rid of them next week! Way to go on getting into the old jeans!!

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hopefulloser • December 6, 2005 at 12:56 am

Were you walking around the house like C-3PO? ;-)

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