Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Another WINNER :)

Sorry... I know I should have posted this on the 12th, but life is unusually busy this month.

The winner of the Weight Watcher's scale is.....

S

That's all that was listed on the comment, and there is no email address attached. So if you are "S" please email me at skinnyhollie at gmail dot come so I can get your scale shipped to you!

Hopefully I will be back tomorrow or Friday to update you on my #failing diet... smh

Update...

Umm... I TOTALLY didn't notice that there were TWO people who posted under the name of "S"... so THIS is the comment that won the scale...

"My worst: I joined in at my job for a coporate YMCA challenge to see which group as a whole would lose the most weight over 8 weeks. I was training for my second marathon and on the final weigh in day I had run 48 miles during the week. I wore light clothing, I didn't eat or drink that morning, I was running like a maniac...and in front of all of my collegues, I was read my weight and informed that I hadn't lost a SINGLE pound- OR gained any muscle... or lost any inches. How could that be? I don't have a scale at home and would love one."

Sorry for any confusion!

5 comments:

richardstevens445 said...

Hi Hollie,

I used to struggle with diets, as well, but since I've been eating organic foods I have had no trouble sticking to it.

Since you mention a failing diet, I thought you might be interested in reading one of my recent posts, Why Diets Fail.

Yolanda said...

lol@S ... well congrats to the winner hopefully you can find her :)

Skinny&Fabulous said...

Congratulations S! I want to throw this out there...Do you think we as women are addicted to the scale? If so, why? It doesn't seem to is make a difference how my jeans fit if I know what the number on the scale;)
Pattie

fatburninggoddess.com said...

Congrats S - winning is such a sweet surprise!

Neil said...

I think men and women are addicted to the scale, but women more so than men. Sadly for women the scales are less use (because the menstrual cycle can add/reduce weight so easily through water retention) and often it can be misleading