Surgery day: 234.4 lbs
Last weeks weight: 212.8 lbs
Todays weight: 211.7
-1.1 lb loss
-22.7 lb loss since surgery
-49.3 lb loss overall
We'll go with happy stuffs first...then on to the not so happy stuffs...
I am VERY happy with that loss. Really I'm happy with any loss, but anything over 1 elbee just makes me giddy!
I am also happy I got a fill on Tuesday. Just a wittle fill as I think I was ever so close to my green zone. She just put .2 cc's in. I just started eating regular food last night and it went well so I think i'm good! The nurse who does my fills rocks my socks suurrriously. She is sooo quick. And she does it so stinkin fast there's no time to feel any pain! Hoping this little fill will help me get to ONEDERLAND!!
On to the not so happy stuffs...
My grandma finally gave up the struggle to join my grandpa in heaven. She passed away yesterday morning at 7:55 am. She was a stubborn, grouchy old grandma...but she was MY stubborn, grouchy old grandma and I loved her to peices. My aunt said she passed sooo peacefully which is such a relief after all the hardwork her body was doing just to make her breathe. My dad was there basically from day 1 when she went to the E.R. for her eye pain. He only left at night and the past couple of nights he stayed with her. Yesterday morning he decided to leave to take care of some things and that's when she passed. I think she waited until he left so he wouldn't have to see it. She was very specific in what she wanted in that she didn't really want anything. Her only request was to be next to her husband. She didn't want a funeral...or a visitation...she didn't even want them to poke or prod or preserve, she wanted to be buried just how she died. She only wanted a graveside service. Eventhough we feel as if she deserves more, we are respecting her wishes and JUST doing a graveside service. I went with my aunt and my dad to make the arrangements. My dad has known the funeral director since they were kids and he has known my whole family ever since so it was nice to be able to sit with a friend to do all of that. I think it made it a little easier. She has been waiting 33 years to be with my grandpa and I'm sure he was standing at the gates giddy as a school girl waiting for her.
Love you Grandma.... We will miss you!