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  1. I finally ate pizza!

    Not a big deal, some of you might say.
    But the point is: I have not eaten pizza since my surgery, 1,5 years ago.
    So yesterday was a family day and we went out for lunch as well as dinner.

    For lunch we ended up in a restaurant where food choices were very limited.
    But there was pizza!
    I reminded myself, that I was NOT on a diet and ordered a slice of tuna pizza.
    And though it tasted good, I craved some healthy protein and my veggies.

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  2. After 1,5 year

    Last week was my 1,5 year surgiversary.
    Time flies when you are having fun!

    My sleeve does his job and so do I.
    We are really a good team.

    For the last couple of months I have maintained this weight, sometimes I weigh a bit more, sometimes a bit less.
    And to be honest, I don't feel I have to do much to keep it like that.
    My sleeve works itself, more or less.

    I eat approximately between 1200 and 1300 calories per day, according ...
  3. My first slider foods

    I finally did it!
    My first real slider foods!
    I had eaten a cup of popcorn before, but this time I went way further.

    We are currently in Germany, where they have these delicious baguette-like little bread rolls.
    Made of pure white flour, absolutely no nutritional value whatsoever.
    Those breads.
    I used to love, love, love them.
    Yesterday I ate one of those and I really wondered why I ever liked them...
    No taste, no texture, just ...
  4. The sleeve and the hammer.

    As some of you may know, I am constantly doing research and browsing through the internet, to learn as much as I want to about the sleeve and other wls procedures.
    Yesterday I came across a youtube video from Dori'sJourney and she had a great analogy, I thought I'd share.

    Our sleeve is a tool, just like a hammer.
    You want to use that hammer to hang up a picture on the wall.
    So you find yourself a nail and start hammering.
    After you hit the nail two or ...