wow it was i dont know good to watch your transformation or journey thruough the surgury and losing weight, also the emotional ups and downs with your ex and all the things around you i found very interesting. I am fixing to have the operation on the 14th of nov 2005 and i am nervous and this week and next i am on a liqued diet nothing but what the dr, gave me and man i am going crazy i am sooooo hungry but i know that if i dont stick to this i wont get to have this done well thank you agian what you have said and your journey has made you stronger and has help influnce others and continue to may God continue to bless you and i will pray for you and hope you will pray for me as well and feel free to email me or what ever thanks judy eich
Margaret, Wanted you to know that I was thinking about you I have been watching your journey. I know this has made a positive change in your life I know it has mine also. I am glad you are enjoying your new life. I am thrilled with my results you can check out my profile for all the weight and inches I have lost in the past 9 months its been wonderful. I am so thankful God has been with me on this journey and I have not had any problems and am thankful for all the support from this site. Surgery Date 5/24/04 Weight 243/158/-85/not at goal 147
I just read your posting of your life changing experience. Girl just keep on keeping on. God will continue to see you through as he has done fron the beginning. Don't let things or people discourage you. When you feel you can't hold on any longer...just tie a big knot at the end of that rope and keep holding on.
I will keep you in my prayers that you continue on your road to not only weight loss success but happiness emotionally and spiritually. Please feel free to email me any time.
Margaret, 43 lbs. in 2 months in a wonderful loss! Don't compare yourself to others, and ask yourself, when was the last time you were able to lose 43 lbs. in 2 months? It's so easy, especially after putting your body through the trauma of surgery, to get depressed early on, but be reasonable, Margaret, you are doing terrific! Try to increase your walking, and make sure you are eating enough protein (at least 50 grams a day), these two things, along with drinking at least 64 ounces of WATER a day, will kick start your metabolism. Some of us will lose a little bit slower than others, but ultimately, the weight will come off, be patient and think about all you've accomplished so far.
Margaret, Hi I live in Tennessee Colony, Tx. I had lap RNY in Palestine almost a 1 1/2 years ago. My Mom is from Carroll Springs and I had/have a sister n law from Poyner. I know I have heard your name before. We have friends in LaPoynor School so I'm sure I have heard your name from them.
I am glad your surgery went well. It is better once you get home and can walk where ya want to instead of circles in the hospitals.
I am at goal. I have lost 124lbs and am trying to maintain at this time. I fell really good. I still have check ups with blood work but have been off meds for over a year now. We just keep tabs on the protein.
Just wanted to say hello, and glad your doing well. If ya need a ear I don't mind listening.
We have come from many trails in our lifetime to this point of where we are today. Wow, prayers and praises to God for getting us this far! God grant you a successful surgery and swift recovery! Keep safe and take care! God Bless, Anna