It is currently Mon Oct 24, 2016 11:19 pm
klas26 wrote:Yes unfortunately I'm in a little to much pain to go mountain climbing.
klas26 wrote:The surgeon needs a serious chat about the right place and the right time to discuss loosing weight, one not being when you are being wheeled into surgery feeling exposed embarrassed and scared
and are already so darn nervousness about the procedure!!!
Near 10kg off I'm not sure what more I could do at that point...
Anyways good to be home, nice not to be hungry although it's also a little scary not to have an appetite.
klas26 wrote:Can't wait to get to under the 110 mark again will be a lovely little milestone
Blitz wrote:klas26 wrote:Yes unfortunately I'm in a little to much pain to go mountain climbing.
DD Diva wrote:Kim, I can soooooooooooooooo relate to all you wrote; I too had to get to my 50's (starting my journey a month before my 50th to be exact). Youth is definitely wasted on the young, but with age comes experience and wisdom, and we'll not only end up with both but with a better, healthier future regardless of age!!!
This weeks weigh in was 700g loss.
10.5kg in total
Being 112.4kg I'm still not feeling wonderful but it beats 122.9kg...
Slow and steady wins the race.
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