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So, as some of you know the Muu Muu shipment was lost somewhere. (I keep watching for someone to walk down the street wearing one of our Muu Muu's. :angry: )

Anyway since I had to reorder I decided to consult a professional on looking really really good in a Muu Muu.

Sarah was very helpful. Can't wait for the new order to come in.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOWzfogt88kFunkerTactical

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So, as some of you know the Muu Muu shipment was lost somewhere. (I keep watching for someone to walk down the street wearing one of our Muu Muu's. :angry: )

Anyway since I had to reorder I decided to consult a professional on looking really really good in a Muu Muu.

Sarah was very helpful. Can't wait for the new order to come in.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOWzfogt88kFunkerTactical

darn it, the link does not work, hon....can you try it again??

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darn it, the link does not work, hon....can you try it again??

Little miracles

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wow, Those are not typical muu muus---they are beautiful!!!

I need one to be (shall we say...um, free flowing?? :) if we're going to keep trading dessert recipes!

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Yes, they are lovely. I guess it's not what you wear but how you carry it off. :)

109 here the other day and getting close again this week. I actually did sew up a quick pullover baggy dress for those muggy icky days. (And to hide the thickening middle.) :P

I am staying away from the dessert thread.

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I am staying away from the dessert thread.

me too! Evil temptresses :lol:

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me too! Evil temptresses :lol:

Look who's talking miss blueberry fool. I couldn't just buy blueberries and whipping cream at Wal-Mart, I had to go to Costco... I'm STILL eating that stuff! I'm gonna need to sew like 5 muumuu's together.

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Look who's talking miss blueberry fool. I couldn't just buy blueberries and whipping cream at Wal-Mart, I had to go to Costco... I'm STILL eating that stuff! I'm gonna need to sew like 5 muumuu's together.

:lol: OMG, tell me about it!

I have gained 38 lbs. since DX! 38. :blink:

My doc says "it's fine. You were thin and malnourished" blah blah blah"..

I went down 90-95 lbs. but I was also overweight to start.

When I bottomed out, I was 122. Looked like a prison camp victim.

Still looked yucky at 130. 135. 140...okay, not bad.

145...okay, much better, face looks full--- not like I'm 90 years old...I can stay here and feel okay with it....BUT then, I am not kidding..I ZOOMED up to 160 in the last 4 months. Like I did not even notice it happening. wth??

Think I got my appetite and absorption back?? :lol:

Holy mama!

Now, I have to LOSE 20 lbs.... geesh! :rolleyes:

um, maybe a paleo diet...

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!Now, I have to LOSE 20 lbs.... geesh! :rolleyes:

Psh, my doctor told me to lose 25% of my weight. That puts me at losing about 60 pounds. :blink:

It seems so unfair though. The muumuus got lost. I lost my wallet yesterday. I'm forever losing my keys. Why is my butt so attached to me!

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Psh, my doctor told me to lose 25% of my weight. That puts me at losing about 60 pounds. :blink:

It seems so unfair though. The muumuus got lost. I lost my wallet yesterday. I'm forever losing my keys. Why is my butt so attached to me!

:lol: :lol: :lol: I dunno....mine follows me everywhere I go, too!

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