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  1. Who knew weight loss could be embarrassing?

    So while walking up the steps to the courthouse today, my panties dropped to my knees before I could catch them. I am wearing a dress, and it's a short one.
  2. New friends

    My husband and I went out this weekend with some friends, and we made new friends along the way. Turns out one of the women in our friend group and her best friend have also had the sleeve. They went to Mexico together for it the same year I had my surgery. One of them also went to Mexico for plastics the same time I got my boobs done. She had boobs, belly, butt, arms, and lipo ALL DONE AT THE SAME TIME. Holy crap! All of hers only cost 12k while just my boobs were 10,450. I'm so jealous! We went ...
  3. Therapy time

    By therapy time I mean blurting out everything on here, and hoping I feel better afterwards.

    A few weeks ago my husband, two year old grandson, and I went to visit my dad in the hospital. He's been overcome with an infection for a year now. It originated in his artificial knee and had to have that removed in April. We're hopeful that he will finally be able to accept a new knee on the 17th. After we left the hospital, in the middle of the busiest road in Mobile, my car engine blew ...
  4. Check up

    I had my annual female check up yesterday except it was more like two or three years since I last went
    Oops! Iron - great. Weight - 115.5. BP - 82/58.

    First thing my doctor said upon entering the room "Have you always been this skinny?" Hmm. You've been my gynecologist for over 20 years, and you don't know. You delivered my babies. Wtf, man! So I'm thinking he obviously doesn't remember me, but then he asked about my daughter and how she is doing. He just happens ...
  5. I got my girl out of the house!

    Meg had her surgery 3 years ago. She suffered very serious brain trauma 2 months later from excessive vomiting that caused a vitamin B1 deficiency. She was diagnosed with Wernicke's encephalopathy, and was on life support for a couple of months, hospital for 3 months, and left with permanent brain injury. She did get most of her vision back after going blind, but still has terrible nystagmus and no peripheral vision. She also cannot walk without a walker, and even with the walker the walking is ...
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