Sunday Weigh In (10/7/2018)

JackieOnLine

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Staff member
LW: 139
TW: 139

haven't had the furnace on so far but it's getting close. I have started using the space heater for showers and the electric blanket. the daylight is getting less all the time! but, who cares? I have jeans that fit! *smug*
 

southernlady

Administrator
Staff member
LW: 139
TW: 139

haven't had the furnace on so far but it's getting close. I have started using the space heater for showers and the electric blanket. the daylight is getting less all the time! but, who cares? I have jeans that fit! *smug*
GOOD for you!
We had the furnace running the last week until yesterday when we got to Ozark, MO and the low was 68. Turned the a/c back on cause no shade where we are staying and it gets hot in here in the sun.
 

Susan in Tennessee

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Last week 114.2
This week 113

I found my brother on floor wedged between bed and wall unable to get up Wednesday morn. Finally got him to Er and was transferred to a bigger hosp for more tests. He did have a stroke, and has had several from the mri. We moved him back to smaller closer hosp yesterday to begin some inpatient rehab. So the fun begins!
 

southernlady

Administrator
Staff member
Last week 114.2
This week 113

I found my brother on floor wedged between bed and wall unable to get up Wednesday morn. Finally got him to Er and was transferred to a bigger hosp for more tests. He did have a stroke, and has had several from the mri. We moved him back to smaller closer hosp yesterday to begin some inpatient rehab. So the fun begins!
I am so sorry. Remember to take care of yourself in the meantime so you can be there for him.
 

harrietvane

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A busy week here, as usual. Been keeping up with my walking - hiked to a monastery (and their brewery) yesterday, doing 15km (just shy of 10 miles) in total. And at the top, had a beer, pork belly and sauerkraut to celebrate! It reminded me how much I do enjoy hiking, especially in a place where no creatures are likely to kill me and in weather that is neither too hot nor too cold.

I also went to Oktoberfest and had far too much beer (2 beers is a lot when they're 1L each, even if one is a Radler) - enough to feel quite seedy the next day. Here's me in a borrowed dirndl in the Augustiner tent (before I moved to the much less sedate Hofbrau tent, where I was a dinosaur...)



Weight wise, I don't have scales, but I feel like my face is looking thinner and I'm looking pretty good in the mirror still...so I'm counting that as either holding where I was or else maybe losing a little. Certainly a lot more physical activity than I'm used to (but also more spiked hot chocolate and beer...)
 

DonRobbie

Well-Known Member
Last week 311.6
This week 312.2

It's weird, my weight's been going sideways for a few months but the wife just asked last night if I was still losing weight because I look thinner. I noticed it felt like I'm losing inches in the last couple weeks. I didn't measure my gut at the start so I don't have a good comparison.
 

Settledownnow

Well-Known Member
LW: 143
TW: 142

I can count on one hand the times I have eaten bread since surgery. Yesterday at breakfast I ate 2 slices of rye toast loaded with butter and jam. It was soooo goood. I know bread is relatively low in carbs compared to other things, but I don't trust myself with bread (or most starchy carbs) and will continue to keep it as an occasional treat. Note to self: buttered toast is way better than most other starches.
 

Settledownnow

Well-Known Member
LW: 139
TW: 139

haven't had the furnace on so far but it's getting close. I have started using the space heater for showers and the electric blanket. the daylight is getting less all the time! but, who cares? I have jeans that fit! *smug*
You are my new role model. I hope to get into the 130's with you at some point!
 

southernlady

Administrator
Staff member
Last month 144
TW 150

Nothing seems too different just my typical fluctuations. Hoping to see a drop down next week
Still doing good
A busy week here, as usual. Been keeping up with my walking - hiked to a monastery (and their brewery) yesterday, doing 15km (just shy of 10 miles) in total. And at the top, had a beer, pork belly and sauerkraut to celebrate! It reminded me how much I do enjoy hiking, especially in a place where no creatures are likely to kill me and in weather that is neither too hot nor too cold.

I also went to Oktoberfest and had far too much beer (2 beers is a lot when they're 1L each, even if one is a Radler) - enough to feel quite seedy the next day. Here's me in a borrowed dirndl in the Augustiner tent (before I moved to the much less sedate Hofbrau tent, where I was a dinosaur...)



Weight wise, I don't have scales, but I feel like my face is looking thinner and I'm looking pretty good in the mirror still...so I'm counting that as either holding where I was or else maybe losing a little. Certainly a lot more physical activity than I'm used to (but also more spiked hot chocolate and beer...)
You look and sound like Germany is agreeing with you.
Last week 311.6
This week 312.2

It's weird, my weight's been going sideways for a few months but the wife just asked last night if I was still losing weight because I look thinner. I noticed it felt like I'm losing inches in the last couple weeks. I didn't measure my gut at the start so I don't have a good comparison.
Could b. I noticed my larger drops in sizes and inches were months where weight hardly budged.
LW: 143
TW: 142

I can count on one hand the times I have eaten bread since surgery. Yesterday at breakfast I ate 2 slices of rye toast loaded with butter and jam. It was soooo goood. I know bread is relatively low in carbs compared to other things, but I don't trust myself with bread (or most starchy carbs) and will continue to keep it as an occasional treat. Note to self: buttered toast is way better than most other starches.
You are doing great.
My devil is fresh out of the oven homemade bead. I can take or leave regular bread.
 
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