I have no idea what size these GAP jeans are because they are Catherine's and the tag is cut out, but they FIT! I received a box of clothes from Kristen about a month ago and couldn't really fit into much of it - too small. Well, this morning I was feeling adventurous and tried some of them on and was pleasantly surprised! Once I pulled the famous GAP jeans from the pile - I thought to myself "These will not fit yet, don't get upset.". Imagine the joy as they zipped up all the way and no muffin top!
My doctor's appointment for an adjustment was this morning and the whole way in the cab I keep trying to decide what I wanted to do. As I have mentioned in previous posts, my band is extremely sensitive, to the point where I can't handle .1 cc's in a fill! When I got the last .1 about a month ago it was really tight - I would get stuck at least three times a day. Then as if right on cue my trip to Chicago was great, I had wonderful restriction but no stuck episodes - not even one!! Well, the first night we flew in was really bad - but I just assumed that was from flying. We got in real late due to a delay and ran over to the bar across from our hotel once we dropped our bags off to our room. I couldn't eat anything, I was in so much pain and had to run to the bathroom three times, so embarrassing!
Anyway, I am still pretty comfortable at where I am restriction wise and happy that I am not getting stuck as often, but a little tweek could be good too, right?! When I got in to see Gaspar he said that he was very pleased with me losing 4 lbs this month and that it sounded like we should wait until next month for an adjustment. He said that their numbers show me losing a total of 52 lbs and that if someone does that in the first year they are very happy. So the fact that I have done that in 9 months should make me feel great. I will take it, I really wanted to get down to 100 in the first year, but I am losing and that is all that matters.
It think it is time to think about actual goals... Will post about this scary topic later after I have analysed my current pace, stay tuned!