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    I will be 10 months post op on the 18th & I was weighed & measured at the gym this morning. I’m 70 kgs (11 stone or 154 pounds) down. At least 75.75 inches gone forever (I say at least because I didn’t measure myself at my biggest!). I’ve gone from BMI of 59 to 38. Still a way to go but I’m so happy. Today is a good day :0)


    You have NAILED it Treeza. Well done my lovely. You have worked so hard and are now reaping the benefits. Way to go, girl 🙂

    Doodah x


    Well done Treeza you have done so well. So pleased for you x


    Brilliant Trezza well done my love you worked so hard for this it’s fantastic xxxx


    I want you to remember how amazing you felt yesterday and use it to help you realise what you have achieved when you are having a ‘bad’ day. No matter what happens form here on in, you have given yourself a better, happier and healthier life already.

    I want you all to do this. I will do it too!

    Doodah x


    HI Treeza, absolutely well done to you, you must be so proud of yourself for everything that you’ve achieve, that is just fantastic. I’m sitting here feeling really happy for you, as Doodah said it’s surprisingly easy to remember that feeling of achievement and it’s something we should file away and take it out for an airing when we need to strengthen the old will power and keep thinking positive.

    Great achievement
    Well done


    I’m having to remember my feelings of accomplishment at the moment as I’m feeling a bit poorly (tooth trouble again) and that seems to be the time when I start to wish I was just that little bit lighter. Ridiculous isn’t it? What possible difference would it make to my toothache!!?

    It’s amazing the way our minds work. It’s like having a self-destruct button. I feel like Father Dougal after he has been told NOT to touch the big red button on the plane lol! I would like to be a stone lighter for my health but then I remember….if I hadn’t had wls, I wouldn’t even be here. Plus….sssshhhh, don’t tell anyone….I’m 55 in September. Most middle aged people spread a little don’t they?

    I suspect that if I did lose a stone, I’d be too scrawny (as my husband puts it) and wouldn’t be happy with that either. A bit like if you have curly hair, you want straight and vice versa. the thing to remember is that none of us are defined by the scales or tape measure. In that way lies madness.

    Doodah x

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