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(well, almost)

Today I hit 179.6 in the scale... that's .4lbs from normal BMI for 5'11" (and I'm really a smidge over 5'11" so I'm giving myself the .4) Was told it would probably take 1-1.5 years from surgery to get there, but it's only been just under 8 months. Checked with my Nut to make sure I wasn't overdoing it and she wasn't worried and said I was doing great. Started this journey about a year ago at just over 285... couldn't be happier!

(that arm candy next to me is my ultra supportive, beautiful wife of 19 years who has also reaped the benefits from the nutritional education and new habits)

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Nice work! Lookin good! :)

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It's a lovely feeling to just be normal and average! I wish my 14 year old self knew that. Ha! Congratulations on being completely unremarkable when boarding an airplane, nothing-to-see-here when standing in a line to order food, totally un-noteworthy when using a machine at the gym, and living your very best life!!

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And don't forget blending into a crowd, nobody will describe you as that BIG guy or gal, like you never had a name. And the car doesn't lean to one side when. you get in or out. My parents had a car with load levelers, imagine how you feel when you shift weight and they start running. Rrr. Rrrr! I hope I lose enough weight guys don't stare at my boobs or booty- yeah I'd like a little less attention.

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Congrats!!!! That's wonderful news and a super report! You look great, and it's awesome that your wifey has been with you on the ride and has reaped the benefits of your new fit lifestyle! Cudos!

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Way to go! You did awesome! You look super and it's wonderful that you have a supportive wife of 19 years...I know that helps in so many ways!

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