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A Milestone Bordering on TMI

By Advsinwtloss @advsinwtloss
In case you can't tell by the title of this post, this post will be bordering on TMI (too much information). Maybe even entering TMI territory for the faint of heart. You've been warned.
There are milestones I've been keeping to myself because they are just TMI. Although I do share quite a bit on this blog and I'm willing to share probably more than some people, there are some aspects of my life I like to keep private. However I feel that I can skirt around TMI with a milestone I had last night.
One thing that is a big deal to me since I've lost all this weight, is not having to use the handicapped bathroom. I felt so awful going in and using it. Although, 99% of the time I wasn't inconveniencing anyone. One time I used it at our local Chinese buffet and an older lady with a walker came in and couldn't get out of there fast enough.
Even if I didn't really inconvenience anyone I got some dirty looks sometimes. I can only imagine what they were thinking. Shudder to think. Weird thing is, I am still in the habit of using the handicapped bathroom when I don't really need it anymore. I need to consciously remind myself that I don't need the handicapped stall anymore. I pride myself on not needing it any more and don't feel like I freak anymore because I don't have to use it.
Well, we went out to celebrate Hubby's birthday with some friends and there's a beer (snob) bar that Hubby loves to go to, so we had to go there. They have a very tight ladies room and I avoided it at all costs when I was heavier. It's a 'one holer' (which in my family means there is one toilet) and the walls are probably about six inches away from the toilet on both sides. Well, I conquered the ladies room last night. It was something on my weight loss bucket list and I'm so thrilled. I probably hadn't used that bathroom in at least two years and we've been there at least ten times in the last two years.
That is all. Thank you for reading. Hope I didn't cross the line with TMI.

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