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I'm wondering if all of you have some weird things that you are looking forward to after surgery?

I have a few:

  • Being able to eat cheese again (without feelnbg guilty) and feeling full from it
  • Being able to look forward to only tasting a (tiny) bit of everything instead of eating lots of the first thing I like.
  • Drinking milk again

Well, they may not be all that weird, but they do seem odd in a positive way. What about you guys?

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Eating the right thing in the right amounts, planning to plant and grow some items, today is our last normal frost day, so should be " gravy" from now on.
Otherwise looking like a Foxy Lady instead of someone's Big Momma, I will relinquish my title to Martin Lawrence and Tyler Perry, they both can have all the things that go with such a role.
Otherwise, less short of breath, able to move smoother,quicker and without those groans I used tease,my older relatives about, I now make those sounds myself!!!
And best of all, living a good long while in this crazy Earth. 🌎, have a deep urge to see 👀what happens next.

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Oh, I just thought of a new one.

Being able to wear high heels without killing my feet because I'm too heavy and think I look horrible.

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Clipping my toenails and breathing at the same time 🤣 Which I can actually do now!

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2 hours ago, Ti11y said:

Relaxing in my soaking tub with the Water up to my chin.

Fitting in a tun without worrying about not fitting or bot being able to get up,

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Posted (edited)

I don't know if these are strange but:

- getting on an airplane. I can fit in an airplane now but I want everyone around me to be comfortable.

- so I can throw EVERY LAST ugly fat clothing I own away!. I have clothing down to size 16 and I can not wait until I can give it ALL to goodwill and start afresh!

- to (eventually) have a boyfriend. Let's be honest, the only reason I don't is because I am fat. I do not blame men, I am not attracted to fat people either. It is a preference.

- to have sex again without a tank top on.

- to be able to clean myself better! It does make a difference.

- to shop for clothes that I actually LIKE..

- to wear a non-skirt bathing suit. maybe never a bikini but a nice one-piece or tankini would be nice!

- to prove T every one of the people talking behind my back, that I in fact can and will succeed...

I am sure there are more!

Teri

Edited by Teri B

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For my stomach to shrink enough that I feel comfortable trail running in just a sports bra and shorts. Fresh air on bare skin while running is heavenly.

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Not being the biggest person in the room.

Sitting in a chair without the arms pressing into my sides.

Sitting on an airplane without a seat extension
-getting of of high blood pressure mess
-getting rid of this miserable CPAP
-even being able to consider walking/running a 5K.
-having a toned body instead of one that feels like Jello.
-being able to shop in stores other than Catherines and Lane Bryant
-not having to ask salesladies in the plus size Dept “what’s the largest size you go up to?”
-being able to walk up a flight of stairs without the person on the phone asking me “Why are you breathing so hard all of a sudden?”
-being full after eating a small portion instead of having three plates For dinner.
-the biggest one is feeling comfortable in my skin. I know it sounds strange but sometimes I just can’t get comfortable, as if my skin is the wrong size or doesn’t fit correctly.
- FREEDOM FRIM FEELING MISERABLE EVERY DAY!

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Not sure if mine are weird...but:

1. Being able to wear shorts and skirts in the summer and to not feel like I am a complete lard failure if I throw on a tank top.

2. To run a 5k - looking to sign up for one in the fall for motivation and to reach this goal.

3. To be happy with who I am - this weight is the only thing about myself that I truly hate.

4. To make my husband proud of me...don’t get me wrong he is freaking awesome, has never ONCE treated me badly or made me feel like I am less than great because of my weight. Just want to be able to go out in public and not think in the back of my mind how I would be embarrassed to be seen with me. It’s a weird psychological thing.

5. To be able to fit in seats and not feel like I’m squishing the person next to me.

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On 5/14/2019 at 11:18 PM, Teri B said:

- so I can throw EVERY LAST ugly fat clothing I own away!. I have clothing down to size 16 and I can not wait until I can give it ALL to goodwill and start afresh!

Amen girl, AAAAmen!

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You will be BLESSED and ready to DRESS TO IMPRESS! No more UGLY, just new and pretty things to go around in and live your New lifestyle.

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1 hour ago, Frustr8 said:

You will be BLESSED and ready to DRESS TO IMPRESS! No more UGLY, just new and pretty things to go around in and live your New lifestyle.

And a bit poorer along the way....but MUCH happier!

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