Jen Halliday 13 years, 9 months ago

Stacie, I saw your post on the February 2006 messageboard and I wanted to post my congratulations to you. Tomorrow is the big day, huh? It will all go very fast. I had my surgery last Wednesday, the 22nd, and I tell 'ya, one moment I was sitting in the admission area, the next I was in recovery! It went so fast. Cherish the process and pay attention to every moment. Try to remember the names of every nurse that helps you; it'll help keep you mentally alert, but it will also help you be grateful later. Hey, good luck and God bless, Stacee!!! Jen Halliday

mZ gRoWn *N* sExY 13 years, 9 months ago

Congrats on your upcoming surgery. Wishing you a successful and uneventful surgery and a speedy recovery!!! See you on the losing side baby girl!

angelaridenour 13 years, 9 months ago

Congratulations on your upcoming surgery. I hope you have a safe and speedy recovery. You are in my preyers. I hope you loose all the weight you want to loose. Best wishes on your new life. Good luck! Crystal

angelaridenour 13 years, 9 months ago

Congratulations on your upcoming surgery. I hope you have a safe and speedy recovery. You are in my preyers. I hope you loose all the weight you want to loose. Best wishes on your new life. Good luck! Crystal

neubian78 13 years, 9 months ago

Just stopping by to wish you the best on your upcoming surgery. I pray that you have a speedy and safe recovery. May God Bless you in all things that your pure heart may desire.

Dx E 13 years, 9 months ago

Stacee, Have the Greatest Ever this Tuesday!!! I’m just dropping by to let you know that there’s a huge crowd of strangers out here pulling for you and holding you in our prayers. May you have a famously successful surgery and a record-breaking recovery! We'll keep the prayers coming! You just get home soon and start walking away from the pounds and into your new life!! Best Wishes-

Johnson-Miles 13 years, 9 months ago

Hello Stacee, I just wanted to say congratulations on your decision to have weight loss surgery. I see that your date is just around the corner and we can’t wait to welcome you to the other side. As you start to lose the pounds you are going to feel so much better and your energy level will just grow. In just a few short months you’ll be able to do things you never thought possible. The little things will get so much easier, like tying your shoes. I know, I had RNY Gastric Bypass in August of 2004, and I’ve lost 130 lbs. Now the surgery and the change in lifestyle are not walks in the park. That’s why I go to support group meetings and belong to online WLS discussion groups like http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/WLBSS/ . And I check out websites like Obesity Help and http://wlbss.com for support and information. WLBSS stands for Weight Loss Bariatric Surgery Support, and you should take advantage of all the support you can get. Get all your questions answered by experienced losers who are now winners. From the Girth, a Rising Phoenix, a Bariatric Butterfly, that soon will be you. Congrats and good luck. We’re all right behind you and with you as you start to change your life. Take Care, Bill Johnson-Miles

Johnson-Miles 13 years, 9 months ago

Hello Stacee, I just wanted to say congratulations on your decision to have weight loss surgery. I see that your date is just around the corner and we can’t wait to welcome you to the other side. As you start to lose the pounds you are going to feel so much better and your energy level will just grow. In just a few short months you’ll be able to do things you never thought possible. The little things will get so much easier, like tying your shoes. I know, I had RNY Gastric Bypass in August of 2004, and I’ve lost 130 lbs. Now the surgery and the change in lifestyle are not walks in the park. That’s why I go to support group meetings and belong to online WLS discussion groups like http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/WLBSS/ . And I check out websites like Obesity Help and http://wlbss.com for support and information. WLBSS stands for Weight Loss Bariatric Surgery Support, and you should take advantage of all the support you can get. Get all your questions answered by experienced losers who are now winners. From the Girth, a Rising Phoenix, a Bariatric Butterfly, that soon will be you. Congrats and good luck. We’re all right behind you and with you as you start to change your life. Take Care, Bill Johnson-Miles

Elisa * 13 years, 9 months ago

Stacee, Congratulations on your upcoming surgery! I wish you nothing but the best. Everything will be just fine and you will do great. Hang in there and see you on the loser's bench!!

whateverittakes 13 years, 9 months ago

Best wishes on an uneventful surgery! You have taken the first step on the road to a new life. Just keep your eye on the prize..."health". An old Arabian Proverb says, "He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything." This is your hope!
About Me
Florissant, MO
Location
31.2
BMI
RNY
Surgery
02/28/2006
Surgery Date
Nov 29, 2005
Member Since

Before & After
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oct. 05
310lbs
Taken in December 2007-weightloss of 145 pounds
160lbs

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