70 Pounds Lost…Officially.

Well I did it! I hit 70lbs lost on Monday night at my Weight Watchers meeting. That means I’m really only about 1.5lbs away on my home scale to hitting 75, this is pleasing. Last week went fine, I managed to avoid all Super Bowl garbage by going to see a movie (I don’t even care about sports, I only attend Super Bowl parties FOR the FOOD!) so that was good.

The weather here is still pretty crap-tastic. Snow upon freezing wind followed by sun, oh Colorado you are so crazy. The days have DEFINITELY gotten longer which Thrills me! I saw this Post Secret last week and I just feel like it was calling to me:

My meeting actually went really well, there are a lot of new members right now so every week I see people I have never seen before. When I weighed in there was a new woman at the desk, and of course as soon as she saw my achievement of 70lbs she got all excited and said…can you guess…”OH MY GOD YOU MUST FEEL LIKE A DIFFERENT PERSON!” Yeah I get this a LOT. That night though I just smiled and said “you know, not really” which my WW leader over heard and she came over to chat. We started talking about how it takes a while for you brain to catch up with your body. She told me about some study they did with like 100 woman of varying sizes that they put in a room and told them to stand in a long line from biggest to smallest. The women had to silently without help from each other find their spot in the line. In the end only a very small percentage of the women actually understood what size they were, some guessed too small, some to large. The women that were the most off were the ones who had lost a  significant amount of weight, these women were blind to their own size. I feel like that right now.

This week we talked about “Putting Yourself First” which is something I have mastered! LOL! Seriously though I have 100% made me (and Mr. Gaunt)’s health my main priority, and I’m cool with that! I could never have gotten this far if I hadn’t put ME first! Anyways, after we talked about that we did “Celebrations” which I was pretty excited about because I had a new number! When my leader announced my accomplishment everyone clapped for me, and then my leader asked me to talk about what was my key to success. This is always kind of a hard one, but I told them about how I have learned to cook healthy meals, and how I have made this my life style and how I put myself first. I’ve thought about sharing about my blog (which I do attribute a lot of my success too) but I havent yet. After that we all started getting ready to go and this little old man (who comes with his wife, I bet they are in their late 70’s) came up to me and shook my hand and said “I am just so proud of you.” It melted my heart, he doesn’t even know me and he is proud of me. It made me think how much I am looking forward to seeing my own grandparent this summer so they can say the same thing. As I was leaving a few other people came up and asked me questions and said sweet things about my weight loss, I really felt on top of the world. If nothing else, it’s THAT community that keeps me going back to Weight Watchers.

So I dont have a 70lb picture because I took one not too long ago, but I will leave you with this…it made me laugh.

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10 thoughts on “70 Pounds Lost…Officially.

  1. Awesome, just awesome!

    When you are ready, I think you should share your blog with your WW community. I know that personally, since I’ve been following your blog, you have inspired me in ways I am sure you are not even aware of. You are honest and real and you make no excuses, you just do! You really are an inspiration and you should be extremely proud of yourself!

    Love the WW kitty. I should print that out and put it IN my fridge 🙂

  2. I think it is going to freak me out when I finally see you. At Manda’s wedding you looked pretty much the same as you did the previous time I saw you since I never visited when you were at your highest weight. You are like the incredible shrinking woman! Only you are not tiny and going to fall into a garbage disposal.

    • Ha, I do not want to fall in the garbage disposal, it makes me nervous just to reach my hand in there…ahhh!

      Will I see you in March?

  3. Woohoo! Congrats, Morg! I second what Mallory said – it’ll be amazing to see you in March, we’re gonna have to freak out… and then celebrate. You looked great in September, when I saw you in Colorado, and I’m sure you are even more beautiful now!

    And yes, you should totally tell all those WW peeps about your blog… I’m sure they’d love to stalk you just as much as I do!

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