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Day 29 the Lap Band

I've finally decided to keep track of my own weight.  I haven't been because when I was over 300 pounds, my scale wasn't accurate (actually it "broke" sometime over 305).  I've been watching it carefully as I was afraid I would have to replace it.  I'm not quite at my lowest weight, but I'm getting closer. 

Speaking of my scale, I love it, it's one of those fancy BMI scales and it measures in .1 of pounds. That's really nice when you want a gradual weight loss -- I'm hoping for 2-3 pounds a week, which I think I'm getting -- will let you know in a few weeks.

Did something I haven't done in ages.  I've thought about it, but haven't done -- I went to the Galleria in Dallas and did the mall thing.  Left when I over spent, but walked most of the 3rd and 2nd floor.  Stopped in the middle and had sugar-free iced coffee and tweeter to take a breath.  Found some really cool glittery red combs in a kiosk -- where I spent to much -- and she has some other things for me to spend too much on the future.  Good sales woman, could take her hair stuff and create a really pretty hair style in seconds.  Wish she had some plain, not glittery stuff, would definitely buy.  And of course, red for school spirit Fridays.  I believe this counts as a NSV -- spending a morning shopping. NSV is lap band for Non-Scale Victory.

I'll have to commend Chico's, they did a very nice job of letting me know I was too big for their clothing -- asked me if I knew about their sizing which opened up a conversation to ask. Also went to Macy's and saw that their plus size clothing is ugly and shoved off the beaten path.  Old Navy will start fitting soon.  I thought they had Plus Sizes in a few stores in Dallas, but checked with the store and the website, and no, they shove us on-line only, which means Macy's is slightly better....

By the way, I won't be surprised if I don't get a fill next week.  I'm getting food stuck almost every meal.  Weird, but okay.