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Awe, that's great.  Glad you had a good experience!  I'm sure your FI is gonna love 'em!!  When are you going to give the pics to him?

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Just got home from the BD shoot! It was amazing - so much fun and i actually felt sexy for once! Cant wait to give the book to FI on the wedding day!

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Teira, how did the BD shoot go? 


 


I thought I posted here yesterday but maybe I didn't.  My BB decided it no longer wanted to store your email Marla, so when I went to send in, I couldn't.  I did weigh in and I gained this week.  Boooo!!!  Then, I went and drank and at a superbowl party too.  Boo on that as well (but it was fun!!)  I will get back on track this week!! 

 

Congrats to Charlene and Marla ~ Awesome results this week!!

 



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WEEKLY RESULTS

 

COMPETE

Cassie (futuremissbk)   +.38%

Charlene (Bryanandchar)  -2.36%

Brandy (Brandy)   -.14%

Christine (sunstarmoon)  -.86%

Teira (teira1031)  -.No Weigh In

LeAnne (sapphire723)  -1.89%

Christina (CSandC2)  -.67%

 

NON-COMPETE

Renee (Oryx)   -WEDDING

Marla (msmarmar123)  -.2.33%

Tisha (TLGnhci)  -No Weigh In

 

Congratulations Charlene (Bryanandchar).......You are the Biggest Loser for Week 5  cheer2.gif



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I know I am sucking when it comes to tips and recipes...but work has been freaking nuts lately and I am having zero free time to do anything....i will try to get some things posted this weekend...

Hope you're all having a great week so far :)

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Question?  What's our last weigh in date? 

 

I ask because I have really good and bad news.  The good news is that I'm going to Milan for three and a half weeks.  The bad news is that it's right before the wedding, I don't get to bring John with me, and the local cuisine has such awesome, but heavy, delicacies. I'm talking ossobucco and breaded stuff... not the marinara type Italian food!  I'm so worried that I'm gonna eat too much and not fit into my dress.

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That's so cool :)  Last weigh-in is March 25th...knowing that you'll be gone, I'm still ok with you bing part of the competition as long as no one else has a problem with it. 

I wouldn't worry so much about the weight...just do a lot of walking and exploring and you can try to be semi-healthier and just have a little taste of all the good stuff.

 

Bring a pic of your wedding dress with you as motivation!

 

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Question?  What's our last weigh in date? 

 

I ask because I have really good and bad news.  The good news is that I'm going to Milan for three and a half weeks.  The bad news is that it's right before the wedding, I don't get to bring John with me, and the local cuisine has such awesome, but heavy, delicacies. I'm talking ossobucco and breaded stuff... not the marinara type Italian food!  I'm so worried that I'm gonna eat too much and not fit into my dress.



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WEEKLY RESULTS

 

COMPETE

Cassie (futuremissbk)   -.84%%

Charlene (Bryanandchar)  -1.36%

Brandy (Brandy)   -1.37%

Christine (sunstarmoon)  -.86%

Teira (teira1031)  +1.17%

LeAnne (sapphire723)  No Weigh In

Christina (CSandC2)  +1.69%

 

NON-COMPETE

Renee (Oryx)   -WEDDING

Marla (msmarmar123)  -..76%

Tisha (TLGnhci)  +1.01%

 

So close this week....but....by .01% Congratulations Brandy.......You are the Biggest Loser for Week 6 cheer2.gif

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Thanks Tisha!! It was great meeting you finally!!! Hopefully we can work out together too and maybe do a class when I get up enough nerve lol!!!!

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