About 5 years ago, I bought these cute jeans. The fit was much more snug then what I normally wear and I managed to squeeze into a smaller size than usual too. That only last that summer. Then they got tighter and tighter from muffin top to can’t button them to can’t get them more than half way up my thighs. I held on to them. Only worn a few times, pretty much new. Cute cuffs for rolling up in the summer. Every time I lost some weight, I tried them on only to be disappointed again and to return them to the bottom of my jean drawer.
I came across them Thursday evening. I wondered if they would fit me now. I hesitated, fearful of being disappointed again, but I went ahead and tried then on. Here’s how it went down, or should I say up:
They slid smoothly up my thighs.
Then gently caressed my booty from bottom to low back.
They buttoned and zipper-up effortlessly.
There wasn’t a spare tire or muffin top in sight.
They were even a little loose around around my belly. A belt would be good but I don’t have one that fits – it’s too big to hold up and the buckle just sags down looking sad. Instead, I can just wear the lower down at my hips.
They made me happy! Very, very happy!
So I wore them all weekend and celebrated old jeans being new again and feeling great in them.
All this thanks to some big and very manageable nutritional changes from Corey’s Lean Living.