It wasn't a fluke.

So while having a respiratory infection might've helped me break the barrier of 200lbs (because I barely couldn't eat anything for a...

So while having a respiratory infection might've helped me break the barrier of 200lbs (because I barely couldn't eat anything for a week or so), staying under 200 has not been a fluke.

This morning I weighed in at 198 -- I've been fluctuating between 197 and 199 for a week now.  So I feel I can safely say adios to the 200s.

Man... where's my parade?
Oh that's right... I've still got work to do.

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  1. You might still have work to do but that is SO GREAT!!! I can't wait to get down there with you!! You're well on your way and that is such an awesome milestone. Go give yourself a parade (just no street vendors ;) lol)!

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  2. I will be there with open arms... and perhaps a parade. Ticker tape okay with you?

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  3. Congrats! I am at 202 and can't wait to get into the 190's!

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  4. DUDE. Maybe you do have more to do, but I completely think that you should do something to celebrate your current living situation...you know...how you just took up official residence in Onederland.

    Seriously, when I hit that mark? There is gonna' be one hell of a celebration. NOT because I'm done, but because of all that I have done to get me there.

    Congrats - really. :)

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  5. I think part of it is that my first time under 200 was when I was very sick (I was down to 196) then I equalized back at 204. It's been a steady march to get under 200.

    I do want to celebrate... but i think i just didn't believe it was true. My celebration is each and every day that i live without that weight holding me back.

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