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Hit 80 lbs down !!

I feel amazing and it is surreal to try on any clothes I want to!!

Super happy and healthy. So very grateful!

Thank you to you all for being with me on this journey so far! You’re all an inspiration!

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CONGRATS!! Isn't it awesome!!
21 lbs to your goal! YOU ROCK!

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Congrats!!! But...where are the before and after pictures so we can gush over how great you look??

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That’s fantastic, you must, and should be, so proud of your success.

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On 05/31/2018 at 17:17, Ylime said:



Congrats!!! But...where are the before and after pictures so we can gush over how great you look??


Not sure I’m ready for that lol! Too private of a person :)

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I'm considering doing buttock shots instead of my face! But if everyone voted to look, I'll do it. WARNING there is a distinct,chance of developing sun blindness from the the reflection off all that bright white flesh!💇

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I love these success stories, Congrats!!!! I only hope to do as well in my journey.

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