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Day of surgery 8/5/19 VS Pic taken on 11/30/19

Slight difference but I have a long way to go!

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Day of surgery 8/5/19 VS Pic taken on 11/30/19
Slight difference but I have a long way to go!
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Wow!!!!!!!!!! What a difference!! Well done [emoji122][emoji122][emoji122][emoji122][emoji119][emoji119][emoji119][emoji119]

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15 minutes ago, MarvelGirl25 said:

Day of surgery 8/5/19 VS Pic taken on 11/30/19

Slight difference but I have a long way to go!

I think someone needs to put on a more fitted outfit to show off all her hard work....

(Congrats!!)

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17 minutes ago, MarvelGirl25 said:

Day of surgery 8/5/19 VS Pic taken on 11/30/19

Slight difference but I have a long way to go!

931534270_beforeafter.thumb.png.f69786579ddf50392dbbbbc2e8e78882.png

looking great keep up the great work

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10 minutes ago, ms.sss said:

I think someone needs to put on a more fitted outfit to show off all her hard work....

(Congrats!!)

I agree! i haven't gone shopping since surgery

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2 minutes ago, MarvelGirl25 said:

I agree! i haven't gone shopping since surgery

...omg you are gonna have soooooo much fun when you do!

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48 minutes ago, Lynda486 said:

I think you look marvelous! and your hair! Is it naturally curly?

Thank you! ❤️ That's my hair in natural state, no heat, or products. Its more wavy than anything but I tend to have a lot of crazy frizz days too lol

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I came across probably the only picture I have of me at my highest weight (the day after my VSG surgery in 2013). I'm pretty sure I deleted all the others. I avoided the camera for many years. So I put them side by side with my revision surgery (9/2019) and me at my current weight. It really opened my eyes though. And while I still might not be "skinny" I'm finally happy. It took awhile to get here. I didn't ever get down to my goal weight with VSG. I was more concerned with getting the weight off and keeping it off without regaining. And I would always either lose weight or maintain. Now that I know I can keep the weight off, I can finally focus on my goal weight. I'd be perfectly happy only losing another 20ish lbs. My goal was never to be super skinny but to be healthy and able to keep up with my son. To take him camping, hiking and fishing every summer like I did as a kid. Every time I see this picture at my largest I'm still shocked I was ever that size.

HW: 326lbs

CW: 192lbs

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I came across probably the only picture I have of me at my highest weight (the day after my VSG surgery in 2013). I'm pretty sure I deleted all the others. I avoided the camera for many years. So I put them side by side with my revision surgery (9/2019) and me at my current weight. It really opened my eyes though. And while I still might not be "skinny" I'm finally happy. It took awhile to get here. I didn't ever get down to my goal weight with VSG. I was more concerned with getting the weight off and keeping it off without regaining. And I would always either lose weight or maintain. Now that I know I can keep the weight off, I can finally focus on my goal weight. I'd be perfectly happy only losing another 20ish lbs. My goal was never to be super skinny but to be healthy and able to keep up with my son. To take him camping, hiking and fishing every summer like I did as a kid. Every time I see this picture at my largest I'm still shocked I was ever that size.

HW: 326lbs
CW: 192lbs
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Well done!!!![emoji122][emoji122][emoji122][emoji122] Fantastic results this far[emoji108][emoji108]

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20 hours ago, Roserie said:

I came across probably the only picture I have of me at my highest weight (the day after my VSG surgery in 2013). I'm pretty sure I deleted all the others. I avoided the camera for many years. So I put them side by side with my revision surgery (9/2019) and me at my current weight. It really opened my eyes though. And while I still might not be "skinny" I'm finally happy. It took awhile to get here. I didn't ever get down to my goal weight with VSG. I was more concerned with getting the weight off and keeping it off without regaining. And I would always either lose weight or maintain. Now that I know I can keep the weight off, I can finally focus on my goal weight. I'd be perfectly happy only losing another 20ish lbs. My goal was never to be super skinny but to be healthy and able to keep up with my son. To take him camping, hiking and fishing every summer like I did as a kid. Every time I see this picture at my largest I'm still shocked I was ever that size.

HW: 326lbs

CW: 192lbs

IMG_20191216_210056_759.jpg

Ahhhhmazzzing! You look wonderful, and glad to hear you are happy with yourself now and finally almost done, I guess it has been a pretty long journey to get here!

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I came across probably the only picture I have of me at my highest weight (the day after my VSG surgery in 2013). I'm pretty sure I deleted all the others. I avoided the camera for many years. So I put them side by side with my revision surgery (9/2019) and me at my current weight. It really opened my eyes though. And while I still might not be "skinny" I'm finally happy. It took awhile to get here. I didn't ever get down to my goal weight with VSG. I was more concerned with getting the weight off and keeping it off without regaining. And I would always either lose weight or maintain. Now that I know I can keep the weight off, I can finally focus on my goal weight. I'd be perfectly happy only losing another 20ish lbs. My goal was never to be super skinny but to be healthy and able to keep up with my son. To take him camping, hiking and fishing every summer like I did as a kid. Every time I see this picture at my largest I'm still shocked I was ever that size.

HW: 326lbs
CW: 192lbs
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Great job!!

HW = 360
SW = 292
GW = 220 reached 3/7/18
CW = 210 @ 6'5"
150 pounds lost! [emoji106]

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On 12/17/2019 at 10:44 PM, Roserie said:

I came across probably the only picture I have of me at my highest weight (the day after my VSG surgery in 2013). I'm pretty sure I deleted all the others. I avoided the camera for many years. So I put them side by side with my revision surgery (9/2019) and me at my current weight. It really opened my eyes though. And while I still might not be "skinny" I'm finally happy. It took awhile to get here. I didn't ever get down to my goal weight with VSG. I was more concerned with getting the weight off and keeping it off without regaining. And I would always either lose weight or maintain. Now that I know I can keep the weight off, I can finally focus on my goal weight. I'd be perfectly happy only losing another 20ish lbs. My goal was never to be super skinny but to be healthy and able to keep up with my son. To take him camping, hiking and fishing every summer like I did as a kid. Every time I see this picture at my largest I'm still shocked I was ever that size.

HW: 326lbs

CW: 192lbs

IMG_20191216_210056_759.jpg

you look amazing keep up the great work whoohoo

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This is 1 month post op vs 14 months post op VSG. I couldn't be happier with my tool. IMG_20200103_113802.jpeg

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