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7th Anniversary of my Sleeve August 13, 2012



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It has been 7 years since I had the Sleeve. I was 275 prior to the surgery. My goal was 200. My lowest was about 194. I am 200 today.

First pic is pre-surgery. Second Pic was last week in my kilt. I Wass 52 when I had my surgery. I am 59 now.

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Dang! Congrats! You look amazing and so healthy! Inspired and ty for sharing your update!!! WTG!

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I love a man in a kilt! Great job, you look fantastic!

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You look fantastic!!!

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Fantastic!! Love seeing your long term progress

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Wow! Looking great! Love a man in a Kilt 😍

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You look fantastic! Great legs for a kilt! Where, pray tell, in Texas was there a kilt-appropriate event going on in August?

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38 minutes ago, Orchids&Dragons said:

You look fantastic! Great legs for a kilt! Where, pray tell, in Texas was there a kilt-appropriate event going on in August?

I am Scottish. I wear a kilt every day

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34 minutes ago, stevedallas said:

I am Scottish. I wear a kilt every day

More power to ya!

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KUDOS TO YOU!!! INSPIRING - THANK YOU FOR SHARING!!

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It has been 7 years since I had the Sleeve. I was 275 prior to the surgery. My goal was 200. My lowest was about 194. I am 200 today.
First pic is pre-surgery. Second Pic was last week in my kilt. I Wass 52 when I had my surgery. I am 59 now.
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Wow!!! What an inspiring difference!! It's like a father/son picture!! Well done!![emoji122][emoji122]

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6 hours ago, stevedallas said:

I am Scottish. I wear a kilt every day

@stevedallas

totally terrific transformation, @Deedee12 is correct with father/son comparison

it takes a confident man to strut his stuff in Texas. it might be sexist to tell you how great your legs look - oh well, i'll throw caution to the wind and say it anyway.!!!🤣

keep up the great work

throwin' a cowboy hat in the air to your success☺️

kathy

congrats

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