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Offline Maddie

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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #480 on: July 17, 2020, 12:53:27 am »
Pammie, I thought I saw a photo of you somewhere in a dress 👗 that recently arrived in the mail.
Not seeing it now, but it was a cute shot .

May the gin help the chocolate do its best work ;)

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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #481 on: July 17, 2020, 02:49:37 am »
Big HUG from me as well, now red wine and choc -----
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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #482 on: July 17, 2020, 03:05:36 am »
Alright. I'm going to try and make you feel better. If you don't like it... sue me. :P

Pammie... you are gorgeous. You are warm, kind, sweet, gentle, smart, and the world is a better place for you being in it, okay? I know I'm not here a whole lot, but it makes me feel better knowing people like you are. To be that warmth this place needs.

I forgive you for the chocolate comment. (Ewwwwww. :P)

But seriously, sweetie, you should be proud of yourself. You're living a life so many people dare not live, even though it's their heart's greatest desire. You have so much strength inside you. Probably more than you realise. I know there have been debates around this stuff... but I am of the opinion that you need steel in your soul to be able to be yourself. To be able to make the choices you make and stand with your head high. That's testament to you, hon. It's something not everyone can do. So be proud of yourself, okay? Be proud of who you are, the wisdom you've given, and the light inside you. Because I'm extremely proud. And it's a privilege to know you.

Okay only about half of that was to make you feel better. The other half was me not being able to shut up once I got started. :P But you get the point. Pammie, you are a blessing to the world. You really are. You're a shining example of who people can be when they allow themselves to be. Keep being you, okay? Because you're kind of awesome.

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Sephirah, i’m overdosing on feel-good right now! Thank you soooooo much!
Such words make me tingle with pleasure and make me realise how lucky I am! Xxxx


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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #483 on: July 17, 2020, 03:08:49 am »
Pammie, I thought I saw a photo of you somewhere in a dress that recently arrived in the mail.
Not seeing it now, but it was a cute shot .

May the gin help the chocolate do its best work ;)
Thank you so much Maddie, it probably wasn’t me but love the thought! Xxx


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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #484 on: July 17, 2020, 03:09:18 am »
Hugs
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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #485 on: July 17, 2020, 04:15:20 am »
Today’s look is for less warm weather - and still feeling rough!


Managed at least a walk today which is a step forward


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Hope you're feeling better now Pammie.  Accidents happen, I hurt my leg with a ladder inside a week ago, it came crashing down and I took the weight instinctively to save it damaging the wall (it's healing very slowly).  Awesome top you have on btw :)   

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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #486 on: July 17, 2020, 11:25:11 am »
I thought it was you.  You were mentioning kettle bell  exercises for your shoulders/upper arms

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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #487 on: July 17, 2020, 01:43:08 pm »
I thought it was you.  You were mentioning kettle bell  exercises for your shoulders/upper arms
That sounds like me!
Managed a run today which made me feel better

Coffee time


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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #488 on: July 18, 2020, 04:36:43 am »
Managed a run today which made me feel better

Well done!
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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #489 on: July 18, 2020, 05:10:17 am »
Well done!
Thanks Ellie! Ran again today.
Saturday is my weight day - managed to lose some this week so down to 83.2kg now. I struggle when I see some girls talking 65-67kg but i’m 1.89m talk so I could never be that weight and still be alive!


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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #490 on: July 18, 2020, 06:27:37 am »
Thanks Ellie! Ran again today.
Saturday is my weight day - managed to lose some this week so down to 83.2kg now. I struggle when I see some girls talking 65-67kg but i’m 1.89m talk so I could never be that weight and still be alive!

In terms of a BMI, you are already in the healthy weight range - yours is 23.3. You would definitely be underweight if you were 65kg as it would then be 18.2, below the 18.5 minimum at which "normal" weight starts.

I suspect you are fitter than most people, regardless of whether they are men or women.
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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #491 on: July 18, 2020, 10:00:53 am »
In terms of a BMI, you are already in the healthy weight range - yours is 23.3. You would definitely be underweight if you were 65kg as it would then be 18.2, below the 18.5 minimum at which "normal" weight starts.

I suspect you are fitter than most people, regardless of whether they are men or women.
Thanks Ellie! Xx


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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #492 on: July 18, 2020, 03:24:27 pm »
Feeling better today, casual Saturday with rubbish weather!



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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #493 on: July 18, 2020, 03:40:39 pm »
You do casual well dear.XXX
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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #494 on: July 18, 2020, 03:41:06 pm »
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Dear Pammie:
You look terrific in your "casual Saturday" photo.
The weight that you are at looks good on you.... so not worries there.

My BMI is usually between 20 and 21 ....   
I am 5' 3"  and stay around 115 pounds.

At one time I tried going lower by I did not like how I felt...
...plus when losing more weight I ended up losing some of my curves that I worked so hard for.

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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #495 on: July 18, 2020, 03:46:04 pm »
@Pammie
Dear Pammie:
You look terrific in your "casual Saturday" photo.
The weight that you are at looks good on you.... so not worries there.

My BMI is usually between 20 and 21 ....   
I am 5' 3"  and stay around 115 pounds.

At one time I tried going lower by I did not like how I felt...
...plus when losing more weight I ended up losing some of my curves that I worked so hard for.

HUGS,
Danielle

Thanks Danielle!
I got down to 75kg last year which was a BMI for me of 21 and that was skinny for me and like you say I also lost hard won curves!


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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #496 on: July 18, 2020, 05:31:13 pm »
You do casual well dear.XXX
Awwww thanks! Xxx


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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #497 on: July 18, 2020, 05:37:54 pm »
At one time I tried going lower by I did not like how I felt...
...plus when losing more weight I ended up losing some of my curves that I worked so hard for.

I relate to the second statement. In a kind of way, anyway... I do have slight curves. I didn't lose them, but my bust measurement became slightly smaller when I lost some weight.

I think it's best for me to remain a size 10 (UK). I'm already in the situation where I would find a lot of difficulty finding men's clothes that fit. I don't want to get into a situation where I would find a lot of difficulty finding women's clothes that fit... you can find clothes in size 8 or even size 6 in some places but they are quite a bit rarer!

I've also done some research on the hourglass thing. Apparently it's pretty much an indicator that you are healthy and you have not had your first child. A high proportion of women fit the rectangle body shape. I'm cool with that, because that's where I am, albeit fairly close to the hourglass shape. That'll do me!

At least, I keep trying to convince myself of that...
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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #498 on: July 18, 2020, 05:55:11 pm »
I relate to the second statement. In a kind of way, anyway... I do have slight curves. I didn't lose them, but my bust measurement became slightly smaller when I lost some weight.

I think it's best for me to remain a size 10 (UK). I'm already in the situation where I would find a lot of difficulty finding men's clothes that fit. I don't want to get into a situation where I would find a lot of difficulty finding women's clothes that fit... you can find clothes in size 8 or even size 6 in some places but they are quite a bit rarer!

I've also done some research on the hourglass thing. Apparently it's pretty much an indicator that you are healthy and you have not had your first child. A high proportion of women fit the rectangle body shape. I'm cool with that, because that's where I am, albeit fairly close to the hourglass shape. That'll do me!

At least, I keep trying to convince myself of that...
I agree! I’m a uk 10 for trousers and skirts (and knicks of course!) but a 12 or even 14 for most tops and dresses and even when I was down to 75kg I couldn’t get away with size 10 tops or dresses


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Re: Pammie’s all new blog
« Reply #499 on: July 19, 2020, 12:17:21 am »
Pammie so glad that you are feeling better.   Hmmm gin and chocolate.  I have to try that some day.

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