is worth – as they say.
I previously told you I had lost 40+ pounds and was below 300 for the first time in I don’t know when. I think I also told you that I had replaced my size 56″ jeans with 52″ and then 48″.
You may also recall that I have been out of work since last March when I got laid off in the oil patch down-turn. I thought my savings would last longer than they did. I have started aggressively looking for work, but nothing so far.
This brings up the question of interview clothing – can’t wear jeans. What about my old work khakis?
Not quite halfway there – but it is an impressive start when viewed above.
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Impressive! Congratulations, Chris! As one of those people who seems plateaued out at my current too high weight, I look at those baggy pants with envy!
Is this what they mean by buying clothes at the Gap?
Fantastic! Great accomplishment!!!!!
Alas, I know all too well the difficulties of losing weight. And the unexpected problems it can produce in the wardrobe department. For myself, I found weight loss to significantly reduce my need to buy new pants regularly – the cloth no longer rubbed against itself and wore out in awkward places. That’s an unpleasant fact of life I’ve only heard publicly mentioned on ‘The Simpsons’.
Anyway, congratulations! And keep up the good work.
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All too familiar with wearing out in awkward places – both in the location on the pants … and the location I was at 😮