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Hi Stacy,

I am just over half way there and I use my before and after pics to keep me motivated, especially when I am in a stall ... I am real slow loser but I am losing...

Here goes, hopes this helps...

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this was the day I went in to hospital 2nd July 2010

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this was the end of June 10

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last week

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side view!!

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this is this week at 32 weeks post op, my most recent pic

Like I said, I still have a fair bit to go, but when I look back and am pleased with the progress so far... I look forward to sharing goal pics!!

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OOOOps... did it wrong. the last pic should be the second pic... taken end of June last year!!

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Here's my currents:

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And my Befores:

Highes Ever / Around 300 Lbs / and just Pre Sleeve

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PS: I moved this thread to the General area so more people will be able to find it. I also pinned it, I think we needed something like this here. Also, I wouldn't say the Gallery "sux" but it could be better. I know it's supposed to be being worked on so hopefully in the near future it will be more user friendly. Until then, we'll have this. :) Cheers everyone!

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Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr I'll have to play later, it's date night with the mister and my computer is being stupid ! ! !

C'mon Tiff... was hoping you would see this and put your pics up... I still have a little look at your 'photo whoring' ...lol... to cheer me up and motivate me!

I love before and after pics!!

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Oh heavens! I can't wait to be able to look back like you guys do!

Coops you look bloody marvellous! You always say how everyone inspires YOU...well let me tell you...

YOU're up there on the inspirational pedestal with the others too now!!

Elle x

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Wow. You look amazing! Congratulations. You've made such a remarkable stride in your weight loss. I hope to be able to post photos like that one day.

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OOOOps... did it wrong. the last pic should be the second pic... taken end of June last year!!

Great before/after pics everyone!

Those are the first I've seen of you Coops! Great jobbiggrin.gif

And your sweet dog seems to approve, too! Is that a Lab?

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