Saturday, May 8, 2010

Progression Shots

I've cobbled up the best I can do.

I found this in my photo booth:

That's from mid January, well before Mr F left. I think it's safe to say I actually put on more weight since then because I stopped wearing those jeans altogether.

Here they are now:

Notice they are zipped and the pockets mostly stay in. They are tight as all get out... but... they are kids' jeans remember.

Let's just remind ourselves that I used to need to wear a belt with these pants. What the heck?!

Anyway that's just a little over 3 weeks worth of effort. And, honestly, if I can find the time and energy to do this right now I'm pretty sure anyone with all their limbs can to. So, join me, won't you?


Rah said...

I am joining you! I have been in the process of trying to lose weight for over a year now. I couldn't find anything that was working well and once I found out I had to go gluten free, I actually gained weight!! I'm doing weight watchers now and it is working somewhat. The biggest thing for me is working out consistently. I am always "too tired" to work out after working two jobs in one day:) I have managed to work out everyday this week...let's see if I can keep it up!!

Mrs. Smitty said...

Happy Mothers Day, Mrs. F! May your day be filled with the illusion of having temporary freedom from responsibility!

Mrs Furious said...

Yes, my friend also had trouble not gaining when she first went gluten free... a lot of the gluten free foods are high in fat & calories to make up for the texture issues I think. That and I think it's hard when you are giving up SO much that it is hard not to want to eat the things you enjoy that you can have, even if you shouldn't. You know? Anyway, I know it's hard and a hard adjustment. But you can do it!!!

Mrs Smitty,
lol... you hit the nail on the head ;)
Enjoy your day too!

Missives From Suburbia said...

Rock on, Mrs. F!

I've had the stomach flu for the past six days, and I'm pretty close to buying some kid jeans at this point.

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