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HI guys--any other November Gobblers here? How are you doing? Figured we needed a thread! And I guess we're Gobblers no more, right?

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i'm here .. whats up @JRT Mom ?i'm doing good . I seem to like pictures now lol .. Whoever from November 2019 .let's show and introduce ourselves to each other visually . I know we got some progress to show . get them before and afters up !!! Don't be shy !!!

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The Lady in Red--looking good!

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I'm one too! I have to look and see if I have any actual pictures. I have never been a fan of being on camera. Novermber11, you look great! I hope I feel confident enough to dress up like that someday!

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Hi everyone! I'm a November sleever too and it was the best decision I ever made! I feel great and it's amazing to try on and buy smaller clothes! Keep up the good work and continue to share your progress and non-scale victories! Stay healthy!

Tami

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