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I did a weigh-in and measurement update today to track my diet results. Since my last update, I lost 2 lbs (which isn't worth reporting), 2.5 inches in my waist, 1.5 inches in my hips, and GAINED an inch in my chest. It's a bit curious how I can GAIN an inch in my chest, although my husband is doing the measuring and I am topless when he does it. We all know how men lose their sense of concentration when the breasts are out. Either that or I'm getting the dream diet results and losing weight without losing a bra size - I'd say the bare breasts are just distracting my husband.
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I'm not going to question it too much though because I'm wearing jeans right now that 2 weeks ago, I had to change because Wayne told me and I quote 'You're not thin enough for those jeans yet' It may sound harsh, but he was just looking out for me, knowing I wouldn't want to go out wearing something that didn't look good one me. This time when he saw me wearing the same thing he said - 'hey, pretty girl'
I'm really pleased with these results considering I went off my diet the day before my birthday when Dougie took me out for a birthday Thai meal (one of my favorite UK things to eat) and didn't start it again until this past Monday. While in France, I didn't do too bad if you don't count the chocolate cresaunt (wow was that good) and the crepe I had for lunch on the last day. It wasn't until we got back that I did the hormonal eating - 1 snickers bar, a half a cake in one sitting (two days in a row - it was a very small weight watchers cake, but I don't think you're meant to eat 1/2 of it at one time), Two separate Indian meals (one of my other favorite UK meals) and an order of fish and Chips (yet another UK favorite). This was spread out over about 8 days and I don't feel the least bit guilty about it. Dieting constantly really sucks and I deserved to eat what I wanted for a while and am quite proud of myself for going back on my diet when I said I would. The only down side is that I know my results would be even better if I didn't cheat at all.

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