Progress: a pictorial

November 2007 
Approx. 220 lbs

November 13, 2008     New Year’s Eve 2008         January 17, 2008
       156.8 lbs                     148.6 lbs                        146.8 lbs

9 Responses to “Progress: a pictorial”

  1. Look at you! Fantastic!

  2. Love the new pic! You look gorgeous!

  3. Nice job! Thanks for sharing.

  4. You look fantastic!
    Any advice on downloading pics? I like how you did yours, and my attempts to put progress pics up fail every time.

  5. You are amazing!

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