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So I debated posting about this.. but I was in such awe over this, and I think only my fellow female WLS peeps can appreciate this. (And i'm grown, married, blah, blah, blah...).

Hubby and I were having some special time. Off he went to "lady town" (Grey's Anatomy fans should get that). And I realized... I can *see him*. My stomach was not blocking my view of him. For the slightest second it seemed awkward cause, I've just never had that full view before. It was a serious, momentary, mind trip!

So...NSV qualified, or too risque?

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TOTAL NSV!

You go, girl ;)

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serious, momentary, mind trip!

@@dhrguru

wonderful NSV - "Too risque"

your point? LOL

keep enjoying all parts of your new and improved life

77 lbs down!!!

keep up the great job

good luck

kathy

congrats

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It's absolutely qualified for NSV. And I have also experienced this phenomenon. And also? I love Grey's Anatomy and thought of the show immediately when you said "Ladie's Town". LOL

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Nice!!! Something to look forward too...????

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Wow that's great! I can't wait to be able to have that view lol

I don't think her husband and her want anyone watching. :)

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Wow that's great! I can't wait to be able to have that view lol

I don't think her husband and her want anyone watching. :)

LOL!!

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Definite NSV! Awesome!

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NSV for sure! You go girl!

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Awesome thread. I needed a smile this morning!

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LOL!! Great post! Enjoy the view!! :P

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