Friday, August 31, 2007

Great, glorious, fantabulous day.

Remember I've been working out? (And now dieting... long story.) It's going on three months now. And today I threw out my big ugly underwire bras and AM BACK TO WEARING MY SMALLER BRAS!!!

Not the smallest ones, yet, I've still got a ways to go, but I'm not wearing underwires any more.

There are no words to say how happy I am about no underwires.

10 comments:

Sheepish Annie said...

Congratulations! That is a milestone, for sure. I'm just a "bit" older than you so, sadly, my losing weight meant I had to start buying underwires. Booooo!!!

Stupid gravity.

Keep up the good work there, girl! I'm mighty impressed!

Caroline said...

Wow, good work! Losing weight is hard.

Sandy said...

eiabaI strongly belive all women should be freed from the bondage of underwires. They are evil things! Good for you!

Amy Lane said...

That's soooooo awesome... and wonderful... (All of my fat lady's bras are the no underwire kind... I hates em1)

Anne said...

hurray hurray--I have to say that even though I still show the effects of nursing (TEN YEARS LATER, life's not fair) it is possible to find a triple D cup with no underwires if you are ornery enough. That's good, because I totally hate underwires. Can you imagine what life was like in the days of those whalebone corsets? 'Nuff said.

CoffeeLady said...

A fantabulous day indeed!! Go girl!! This should make up for some of the frustrations getting here, uh? (Now I'll go sulk, drowning my envy with a glass of wine - I'm still wearing my @$#% underwire bra....).

Alwen said...

I had always been fairly flat-chested, one of those not-quite-an-A sizes, so going from an A to a B to a C cup from pregnancy to extended nursing was . . . an eye-opener. It got me completely over wishing I was bigger.

Then when the child weaned, I think I ended up smaller than my original not-quite-an-A. I can't find a stupid bra to fit even in the girls' sizes.

Alacaeriel said...

I'm hoping I don't have too many problems when I have kids (I'm getting married next year and want to fit into my dress), but... being a GG cup, they don't make those without wires, as far as I've seen. *dreams of a bra without wires*

Donna Lee said...

I am with Annie, the underwires are all that stand between me and looking like a National Geographic photo.

Abbye said...

Congrats! That is a great feeling, I know :-D