Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Still tryin' to lose, still not getting anywhere...this week I'm not using any flex and keeping my pts lowered to 25 per day. I will earn my 28ap's this week as well.

Soon, I'll just give up. My body is comfortable in the 150's whether I like it or not.

AH WELL - tis life I guess!


Q102Briand said...

Don't get down on yourself, you have already accomplished more than most of us could even dream and hope for. You look amazing and I am sure your family is more than proud of you!

You inspire us all :-)

Kari@Onederland said...

Just wanted to say hi. I found your blog the other day and wow are you ever inspiring. You are strikingly beautiful!!! Congrats on all that you have accomplished. And if I look half as good as you when I hit 150 I'll be stoked. By the your hairstyle short like that!

Shirls said...

I FEEL for you and I'm right there with you girl :0)

Rhonda said...

You have done such a fabulous job! For your height the 150's is great,you look fantastic. Your blog is one of favourites and I show it to all my friends that need inspiration. Love to see your cakes,your fabulous finds,haircuts etc. And thanks for posting so regularly! Keep it up.

sarah sundae said...

You look great!! I hope you know what an inspiration you are!!

Lisa said...

if that's where your body is comfortable (and btw stunning!!) than that's where its comfortable..

i have read a few times on this blog and in your posts its not always the number on the scale that measures our success..

look at you in all these pictures!!! i are IN pictures!! And goofying around, not trying to suck in/hide/avoid etc..

look at the FABULOUS clothes in your closet!! lululemon baby!!

the cake decorating class..did you do this before you lost weight?

the running accomplishments!!

and so on and so on and so on..

You rock it honey and you have GOT to know that!!

no matter what a stupid digital box says!!


Anonymous said...

Shauna: you look so great and you are so consistent with this eating thing that if 150s is where you land and your body is comfortable, you'll be able to maintain that weight for a very very long time and that is a good thing!!!


Anonymous said...

Isn't it frustrating! I hear you...except I'm in the 190's and training for a 1/2 marathon....and it has made me maintain since June! ARGH!!! Hang in there buddy!


Anonymous said...

Wow Babe!!!

This is so awsome!!! I'm so proud of you and YOU should be sooooo proud of yourself,dear!!! Your blog is so great!!! I still can't believe that was you!!! WOW!!!! Love all the pictures, and great cakes. Oh,and love the bag too, inside and out!!!!

Thanks so much for sharing this with me!!!!

You make me want to go running right now!!! You have motivated me again!!! Thanks so much!!

See you in the morning!! I can't stop saying WOW!!!!


Anonymous said...

Hi Shaunna:
I've read and enjoyed your blog for quite some time now, and speaking as someone who's only lost 1/2 the weight you have, but has kept all of it off for 4 years, may I suggest just floating for a bit. Not giving up, but just giving yourself a little break from trying to get back to the number you prefer to be at. Perhaps your experiencing a plateau right now, and your body is asking you to leave it be for a while.
Judging by what I've seen you accomplish to date, I have NO DOUBT this is just a slight bump in the road for you!
Chin up my dear, you have done a FABULOUS job of recreating yourself!
Wendy (aka Snookies; aka Tamie's sister)

A.B. Starns said...

I just wandered into your blog and was completely speechless. I'm almost 20lbs larger than what you were at your highest and it is such encouragement. You don't even look like the same person!

Congratulations on everything you've accomplished!