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You look amazing!! Congratulations. Cheers to HAPPY, HEALTHIER YOU!!

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On 5/7/2019 at 1:48 PM, Sosewsue61 said:

Rock that bathing suit girl!!! You look totally awesome, small waist, and may not need any plastics. You could just wait a couple years and see how much tightens up because you are still young. (Especially if you are not done having children, you didn't elaborate on that part)

Thank you! I am done having children so that part is over lol. I don't know that it will tighten up, I have some VERY loose skin. I'm going to see how I feel this summer and go from there!

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On 5/7/2019 at 2:50 PM, GreenTealael said:

Looking great!!!

TRIP 💜

Thank you!!!😘

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On 5/7/2019 at 3:15 PM, Wanda247 said:

You look amazing!! Congratulations. Cheers to HAPPY, HEALTHIER YOU!!

Thank you so much!!!

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On 5/7/2019 at 4:29 PM, Tinalsw said:

Holy, moly, bijoly! You took it church, girl. Congrats!

Thank you! 😘

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You look awesome my surgery is Wednesday hope i do as well as you congats on your success[emoji106][emoji16]

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OMG YOU LOOK AMAZING, GIRL! I am having my VSG in 4 days! I am so excited. Keep up the amazing work! You look both happier and healthier! 😊❤️

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You look so good! I'm so excited to be that small, I was just looking at bathing suits online because I could never find my size in stores and now I'm excited to shop for mine in stores!

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Wow, you are doing great! I'll be months out come this Sunday. Those pictures are very inspiring and help keep me focused on my goal! Thanks

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You look just beautiful as you are! I had a Tummy Tuck after losing about 120 pounds and did not realize that having that done you lose all sensitivity in your stomach as the nerves are severed. I was not happy and I almost died when I threw 3 blood clots from the procedure. It is not minor surgery. Just a word from someone that has been there done that.

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On 5/2/2019 at 10:02 PM, Dfox1984 said:

happy, healthy, and proud of where I am!

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@Dfox1984

120 lbs down!! you are aces girlfriend lookin' good

a pic says a thousand words, it is great for newbies et al

to see pics like your, showing them anything/everything

is possible - flaunt your stuff with or without plastic😉

kathy

congrats

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