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I posted some clothes on my blog's facebook page. Most are sizes 20-14, there are a couple 22's as well.

If you need new clothes and don't want to pay full price for new--or nearly new--check it out!

Search "My Sleeved Tummy" on facebook, and it should pop up, or click the link below:

http://www.facebook....260702334053075

The pictures of the clothes are in the photo album.

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Cool! I cleaned out mine the other day! :) How many pounds are you down? I am still struggling with drop, then stall. So frustrating.

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I'm down just around 50. I've been eating nothing but shrimp, greek yogurt, black Beans, choc. milk and string cheese the past week though...so I think that helped drop some poundage.

I have been having a ton of restriction this week too for some reason, so I've been struggling to get in the calories and the Water.

The stalls are the worst, but I just keep reminding myself that I'm still losing inches! And I'm sure you are too!!!

Like, today...I fit into a pair of jeans I bought 5 years ago as a reward for losing 50 lbs (which I gained back). I was so excited! I'm alllllmost comfortably in a size 14 jean. In less than 2.5 months. It's both amazing and hard to comprehend sometimes.

Aside from the stall how are you doing? Are you getting all your fluids and calories/protein? Are you exercising? ...I haven't been, really. I have a few times, but now that it's the "new year" I dread going to the gym! It's so busy and crowded until around March.

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Oh my gosh! 50....FIFTY.......lucky girl! I am still at 28 from last Wed...I am eating no more than 700 cals a day and dont know what else I can do. I am walking every day. I am scared, so scared that I will sit here forever, like every other diet. VERY frustrated :(

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Do you have any of the clothing available

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I posted some clothes on my blog's facebook page. Most are sizes 20-14' date=' there are a couple 22's as well.

If you need new clothes and don't want to pay full price for new--or nearly new--check it out!

Search "My Sleeved Tummy" on facebook, and it should pop up, or click the link below:

http://www.facebook....260702334053075

The pictures of the clothes are in the photo album.

I love the sparkly blue sweater size 14/16 how much including shipping? Also where do I send payment?

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Do you have the black cardigan available? I'll take it!

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