Honestly I cannot believe it 'cuz I still feel like a fat woman.
Probably because I have been overweight for soooo many years.
Weight Watchers guidelines suggest that I lose another 4 pounds.
If I do, I'll get the "golden key" with it a lifetime membership ~ which means that I can weigh in and attend meetings for free if I stay within 2 pounds of that weight.
Sounds like it is worth it so I will track on and continue on this journey.
I lit a candle and made a pot of Earl Grey Tea.
Johnston Scottish Cashmere sweater, a gift from Mr. HB.
Years ago (and wearing a size 10) the Christmas that he gave this to me.
Echo black and white scarf.
Dark Denim g21 skinny jeans.
Stuart Weitzman shoes...love these old stalwarts.
You might ask what big changes I have made to shed this weight.
Well besides walking everyday I am eating differently...
small amounts of lean protein and way more greens and fruits and veggies.
I celebrated by treating myself to a few non-food items...
I scored a Joules jacket in a smaller size at The Thrift Shop after my WW weigh in.
At Starbucks when I bought some coffee for Mr. HB they gave me a free coffee.
I found a dressy beaded vintage sweater.
Love the attention to detail in these vintage garments.
While I sat and sipped my tea I perused this fabulous cookbook and made notes of all the low calorie recipes.
What's not to love about a fundraising cookbook?
High Society Hostesses sharing their favourite recipes.
Well this Hostess could learn a thing or two from all these clever cooks.
The celebration menu:
(gin and soda with a wedge of lime)
Kale and vegetable salad with Paul Newman's Light Sesame Thai dressing
Wasabi Encrusted Halibut