Monthly Archives: February 2013

28 02, 2013

WLS Plastics from the Patient Perspective

By |2013-02-28T14:21:38-05:00February 28th, 2013|My Story|21 Comments

This is likely one of the hardest blogs I will ever write for you, even as I do it, I am nervous, I am scared and I am self-conscious, but I feel that there is something we’re not talking about out loud in the WLS community and that is, the realism of results and success of body contouring and reconstructive plastic surgery to address the sagging skin that so often occurs after we have successfully [...]

26 02, 2013

One Person Can Make a Difference Choose To Be That Person

By |2013-02-26T02:33:45-05:00February 26th, 2013|My Story|2 Comments

It’s so hard for me to decide what to write about sometimes. Usually I have so many ideas that picking one is difficult, tonight though I have one pressing thought in my mind. "One Person Can Make a Difference." Pam Davis and I at the OAC Convention Costume Party Welcoming Ceremonies Dinner in Dallas, TX October 2012 This was the title of a blog post by Pam Davis, RN, CBN, Chairman of the OAC Board [...]

25 02, 2013

Its not Masturbation its exploratory

By |2013-02-25T04:35:35-05:00February 25th, 2013|My Story|2 Comments

Yes, yes, I am touching myself. Seriously, it sounds horrible, it really does, of course I worded it that way intentionally to get a laugh out of you, but the truth is, it is NOT that far off. If you are the type of person that is going to have an issue with the fact that I am opening discussing my private parts, masturbation and body image I highly suggest you stop reading this particular [...]

23 02, 2013

WEGO Awards Finalist Cooper Institute Scholarship Recipient and Powell Pack Love

By |2013-02-23T01:19:59-05:00February 23rd, 2013|My Story|1 Comment

There are days when I really wish that the things that I had to share with you were more inspiring and less depressing; today is not one of them. ::Snicker:: I have such great news to share! So let’s go start at the beginning of the week and work my way down. I had my 3-month post-operative reconstructive thigh lift follow-up appointment with Dr. O'Brien at the Waldorf Center and everything is healing well, I have the [...]

15 02, 2013

Its All About Me

By |2013-02-15T19:59:02-05:00February 15th, 2013|My Story|1 Comment

It’s all about me. I know it sounds selfish, but let’s be honest. It’s the truth. I’m not the type of person to candy coat things and sugar coat it and make it sound better than it is, I’m just the type to call it like I see it, and the truth is, that right now, where I am in my life, it is all about me. It’s been about someone else my whole life. [...]

7 02, 2013

Exercise it out – A key to my Post Gastric Bypass WLS Success

By |2013-02-07T04:20:41-05:00February 7th, 2013|My Story|4 Comments

So I made a deal with myself that I was going to spend February loving myself and doing things that I feel will help propel me towards my three main goals for this year; Become a Personal Trainer Run a Half Marathon Become a first time Home Buyer. As part of the first two I've recently started changing up my exercise a bit and going from being solely a cardio queen to trying to incorporate [...]

3 02, 2013

My Personal February Love Myself Challenge

By |2013-02-03T08:20:59-05:00February 3rd, 2013|My Story|3 Comments

I met a fellow blogger friend yesterday named Nicole, her website is Beauty and the Bypass and she is one of those people who I just know I’ll be friends with for years to come. Something about her just clicked. A lot of people have asked me how I know so early on that someone is going to be a huge part of my life. I always go back to a quote from an old [...]