I thought I read a post about this, but maybe it was in response to someone else, I don't know. Anyway, I'm tall but the weightloss makes me look taller<or so people tell me, I assume it has something to do with less weight pulling on my spine, therefore I stand straighter? Or that the eye is drawn more up towards my height instead of around my girth?> So, people are saying I look like I'm growing, as long as it's UP and not AROUND, I can dig it. But, suddenly, my already long legs seem longer? Have I missed something about a 30's growth spurt? We were laying in bed yammering today, and I had my foot flat on the bed, heel pulled up by my butt and happened to look over at my leg, and was like WHOA!! I think my leg grew! Matt of course, says's I'm an idiot as he told me this weeks ago, that they just look so much leaner it gives more illusion of length.
Anyone else noticing this? Am I out in left field? Sometimes, I think I notice things that aren't there, especially if I'm wanting to feel better about the whole weight loss thing? So, anyone?