OK I'll admit it. I've been weighing myself. Mostly out of curiosity. It's been beaten into my brain to stay away from it but I can't help it. The worst thing about weighing yourself has already happened to me, I've stalled for a week and it didn't freak me out. I expected that to happen. For the past few days I've been losing at an amazing rate. So fast in fact that I'm expecting my next stall. I've lost about 3lbs a day for 3 days now. Here are my stats so far:
379 - 2 week Pre-Op visit
360 - Day of surgery (7/11/11)
309 - Today (9/5/11 which is 8 weeks. I'm not celebrating anything until my official two months next week)
I have officially lost 70 lbs. Thats HUGE! I feel amazing! I have so much energy. I can move in ways I couldn't just 70lbs ago. I'm still not comfortable in my body though. A 3x is still tight on me so I'm making that my first small goal. I am so happy it's ridiculous.
I've stopped telling everyone around me about how fast I'm losing because it's starting to piss some people off. It's a jealousy thing for sure. Before my surgery if someone kept tell me how they lost 3lbs in their sleep I'd be super jealous too. I just wish they knew this wasn't as easy as it looks. I mean, it's not hard at this very moment but it's not a walk in the park either.
My newest complaint? Eating. Who would of ever thought I would almost never be hungry? I've set a timer to remind me to eat and if I don't I find myself going almost all day with nothing but water in my system. I've been eating a small portion of protein centered food every 2 hours. So when I go out that means packing myself a snack or two. If I don't do these things my blood sugar drops (yes you read that right, the prediabetic is having low blood sugar problems). My body will even itself out over time in this respect but it takes patience and getting used to "grazing" my food throughout the day.
Speaking of which. I have a B.A.T. calling my name! YUM!