I have been avoiding booths in restaurants for years because most I could not fit in or if I did fit they were very uncomfortable. My hubby took me to the Olive Garden Saturday night and they put us at a half booth half chairs table. I decided to try the booth side and wanted to cry. I fit with several inches of room left between me and the table. I never would have fit before surgery. I still can't believe it!!
Isn't that GREAT? The first time I noticed that I had a lot of room in a booth, I immediately thought that the booths were bigger! Then I realized, "WAIT! I'm SMALLER!!!"
Awesome NSV :)
VSG 7/1/13 with Dr. Jack Rutledge 28 y/o female - 5'10" - HW: 298 - GW: 174 - SW: 290 (-8) - M1: 262 (-28) - M2: 247 (-15) - M3: 235 (-12) - M4: 228 (-7 ~First Stall: almost 2 wks~) - M5: 218 (-10) - M6: 209 (-9) - M7: 199 (-10) Onederland on 1/31 - M8: 196 (-3) 100 lb total loss on 2/2 - M9: 192.6 (-3.4) - M10: 188.6 (-4) - M11: 182 (-6.6) - M12: 175.6 (-6.4) - M13: 173.8 (-1.8) CW (7/8/15): 167 - GOAL reached in 1 Year and 25 Days! - TOTAL WL - 131 lbs
Isn't that great some times I forget how much smaller I am. A week ago my hubby and I went to a restaurant and I was in the booth side of the table it was one of those small tables for only 2. When we first sat down no one was next to us but by the time we were finished the table next to us was taken, I actually stopped and wondered how I was going to get out with out bumping into them I was so worried that I would knock into their table. Then I finally remembered there was less of me and got out with lots of room to spare