OT PESO - Painted Desert.

P. J. Alling webstertwentysix at gmail.com
Fri Oct 16 15:34:22 EDT 2009


Could you give us those numbers in something we can all relate to, say 
cubits and funts...

David Savage wrote:
> 2009/10/16 AlunFoto <alunfoto at gmail.com>:
>   
>> 2009/10/16  <Eactivist at aol.com>:
>>     
>>> Lovely.  Yeah, noticed you haven't been around. Any reason you were
>>> unsubbed? Going to  hang around?
>>>       
>> Last time he popped his head up he said something about a health kick. :-)
>>
>> Dave, nice shot, but with an 11 frames stitch it's hard to imagine how
>> good it looks in a big print, because mine stops at awesome.
>>     
>
> Thanks Jostein.
>
> At last recounting I was on a health kick and I was hovering around
> the 110kg mark. I'm pleased to say I am still shedding the kilos.
>
> <warning recent update on the shrinking of Dave>
>
> As I stated a couple of months ago I've been on a mission to lose
> weight since February. I have been very successful. While I don't know
> exactly how many kilos I've lost (I pig headedly refused to weigh
> myself at the start so I wouldn't get into the habit of chasing kg
> targets as I have in the past), I do know how many centimetres I've
> lost.
>
> In Janurary I was a 7XL shirt (137cm chest) & 132cm waist (52"). I've
> been shrinking all year & have spent more money on clothes in the last
> 9 months than I have in the last 3 years. Just this week I've
> discovered I have dropped another shirt & pant size. I'm now 98.5kg
> (at my last weigh in), wearing a XL shirt (107cm chest) & a 97cm (38")
> waist.
>
> That's 35cm (14") off my waist. WOW! :-)
>
> And I think I can loose more.
>
> </warning recent update on the shrinking of Dave>
>
> Anywho, thanks for looking.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Dave
>
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