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chozengirl

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Posted: 03 May 2009, 22:29
Hi everyone! I was excited to find this site a couple of days ago. I can tell it' going to be a big help while I'm trying to lose my last few pounds. Now I need some buddies to help keep me motivated encouraged and that I can do the same for. I'm a 29 yr. old from Oklahoma and I am currently using Weight Watchers. I started off at 205 and lost 65 lbs. by counting calories. However, I have found that the last 10 lbs. just doesn't want to budge...lol. So I am trying Weight Watchers. To be honest, I haven't been as faithful as I should have been, but I am now refocused. Not only do I want to lose the last few pounds but I want to keep it off. So, let me know if you'd like to be buddies. God bless everyone.
"I can do all things through Christ who strenghthens me." Phil. 4:13
dianaez

Joined: May 09
Posts: 11

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Posted: 04 May 2009, 21:16
Hi chozen! Wow! you have done great! 65 lbs gone! congratulations. I'm 22 and I'm always at around 137-144. Up and down in that range, which I'm not happy with. I wish to stay in the lower 130's I once dieted to 131 pounds and felt great. Now I'm determined to get there and stay there! We can be buddies if you like!
Take care!
- Diana -



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