Weight Watchers Wednesday

All right people, get on the scale! I don’t care if you dropped out last week, fell off the wagon, ate your weight in birthday cake, whatever – if I’m doing this, you can do this too.

A couple of years ago, when I started Weight Watchers the FIRST time, I did it because I had reached my all-time highest weight. Let’s say that number was 900. It was actually higher, but that’s a nice round number so we’ll go with it. Anyway, the number was so HIGH, I just had to start dieting. And after months of watching everything I ate, I lost weight. I was skinny all of about two months. Then I gained it all back, PLUS some. Look at me, breaking my previous weight record. Whoo Hoo.

But now, with three weeks of dieting, I’ve lost 5 pounds – meaning I am now officially BACK to 900 where I started. Yea, me. If I continue at this pace, it might actually begin to show in another six months.

This week, I tried Mantamy’s recipe – the pumpkin pudding which was YUMMY.   You can see her recipe in the comments from last Wednesday.

I also found some great things this week. I love Everything Bagels, and these are just 3 points!

I paired it with the Weight Watchers cream cheese for a yummy, 4 point breakfast.

Never mind my breath. AND I actually got in some exercise. We bought MP the Just Dance Wii game –

and it is FUN. How fun? Well, she’s been in bed for 2 hours and JD and I just finished our dance off . I’m not saying who won, but I WAS on a traveling Line Dance team in my youth.

Interestingly enough, I weighed 900 pounds back then too, but it was mainly in my belt buckle.

So, how did YOU do?

3 thoughts on “Weight Watchers Wednesday

  1. Congratulations Zolli and thanks for faithfully blogging on WWW. I need the encouragement!

    I lost .9 (that’s POINT nine) lbs this week after leaving lots of daily points, all of my extra points and loads of activity points out there! Sigh. At least I didn’t post a +9 like Dan and Don.

    I made your pineapple angel food cake TWICE this week! Try it readers, it’s delicious! Also tweaked my “pumpkin pie” recipe and used only vanilla pudding and folded in FF or lite whipped topping to taste. I like it much better.

    Am hoping your readers will post some of their favorite low points recipes too! And, if like me, anyone else had a discouraging week – well, hang in there! This things works if we’ll commit to sticking with it!

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