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Date Posted: 14:24:36 03/08/03 Sat
Author: Coli
Subject: Re: Do You Have A Goal???
In reply to: Larissa 's message, "Do You Have A Goal???" on 14:15:21 03/08/03 Sat

I want to get to the point where I don't have to worry about how wide the seat is at the (fill in the blank, Theatre, airplane, arena). I'm not all that far from most of that but I do also think I'm big enough to where that certain airline that makes overweight people buy two seats would insist I buy a second....sure, I'd be more comfy too, but their prices aren't that good anyway...so I don't use them when I travel. That's a goal for my boyfriend too. altho he's 6'4", which means he will run into problems not being able to fit his LEGS in a lot of seats....but it's not like he can get shorter ;)

Anyone else??

>Do you have a goal? Not really a goal weight, per se,
>but something that you want to be able to do that you
>haven't been able to do?? I have quite a bit of
>weight to lose and recently started Curves. I hadn't
>really thought about this until a few days ago, but I
>think that it would be just wonderful to be able to
>cross my legs at the knees again - you know the way
>that you really aren't supposed to sit but you see a
>lot of people sitting. I haven't been able to do that
>comfortably or look right doing that in years and if I
>could cross my legs at the knees I think it would be
>marvelous. Well, I went first, is there anyone else
>with a goal to do something that thinner people take
>for granted?

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