Thursday, September 30, 2010

Thank you...

For all the encouraging and sweet comments on my last post!

At the end of the is all my hard work and sacrifice thats making me lose the weight and get my confidence back!

I think I get scared of "who might find out" and they can see right thru me! Crazy I know!
This world is a crazy one and there is craziness all over the damn place!

On a happier note, I finally bought my first size 14 pants at the GAP! 185lbs and a size 14! I have to say, they do have stretch in them and I look HOT! Yeah, I went there!

Skinny Cargos are the pants of the season...
Check them out! They have great slimming effects and the but looks FAB!


  1. Super cute! That's great about the 14!!

  2. WHOO-HOO!!! Size 14's baby!! I love Gap jeans. I found some there the other day that were soooooooooo soft! I didn't buy them but I've been dreaming about them ever since. I like those cargo pants too. Damn, I am so far overdue for a shopping spree!

  3. That's awesome! Congrats on the size 14's - and if I remember right, GAP always ran a bit tiny, anyway!

  4. oooh those are cute!! Congrats on getting a 14. I'm so looking forward to being able to wear that size.

  5. Size 14 pants! You are my hero!! I shopped for tops at the Gap today...first time in my life! Woo! We rock!

  6. excellent! Now I need to decide if I can wear these. Are they good for the big butt/thighs girls or are these for the leggy girls who carry weight in the middle? I am the former. I want some! Cute!

  7. That's fantastic Nella!! Size 14's already, I am just now into them myself!! You are doing terrific!! By your Cruise, you will be one hot mama for sure!!

    As for your question about Cruising in the Caribbean. It depends on which route you are cruising, on how great a chance you will have of getting sea sick.

    I have cruised both the Eastern Caribbean, and the Western Caribbean. The Eastern was more nauseous, although I never actually got sick. This is because it is closer to the open sea, higher winds, more stormy weather, etc.

    I preferred the Western Caribbean. But only because it was more protected from the higher winds, seas and weather, which made it a much more calm, warm cruise (we went in January and it was about 78 degrees outside 24/7, and we had a great outside Cabin with a Veranda, so we could sit outside at 2 or 3 in the am and it was still 78 degrees watching the flying fish!!).

    I haven't as yet cruised the Southern Caribbean, but I have been told it is more like the Western Caribbean, in the temps and sea conditions. So if you are prone to sea sickness, I would hope that you are going on either the Western or Southern Caribbean Cruise!!

    However, if you are prone to sea sickness, you can go to your local Doctor in advance of the trip, and request some sea sickness patches be prescribed. Usually, people cut them in half (instead of using the whole patch), and they are placed behind the ear. But you need to wear them BEFORE you get sea sick!!

    However, if you are going on the Western or Southern Caribbean Cruise, chances are you won't need anything. You can also get some pills from the Ships Doctor. I hope this helped!! Let me know if you have any other questions!! I'm always glad to help out. :)

  8. I adore the SKINNY CARGOS! I bought a pair and can't wait to rock them with boots!!!!
    Yahoo.....we skinny girls are really keeping the fashion world afloat!!!