Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Victory!! Final Goal Reached

Yesterday, without acclaim, swan adjusted her weight scale, above here on our Blog, to reflect a one pound weight loss she experienced yesterday morning. Now mind you, swan is the non-bartiatirc surgery patient member of our polyamorous triad intentional family, but the lifestyle changes that t's and my surgery have kicked off have effected every one of us in the household. I only wish it wasn't her curent bout of what we have humorously been calling the "Hiney Flu" (H1N1) that had precipitated this final weight loss.

Swan has now lost 25 pounds since we began all this last March. She is the first of us to reach the top end of her optimum weight range. While she did not begin this, thank goodness, with morbid obesity, she too is experiencing health benefits from her weight loss.

Our swan has reached the magic 25 BMI: the standard of health for us all.

We couldn't be more thrilled and proud for her.

Thank you for all you've done to support t and I through this transition, from endless nights sleeping in a recliner chair next to my hospital bed as I struggled with my post-operative infection, to forgoing eating what anyone would consider anything close to a "normal" diet along with your bariatric surgically challenged dining/family partners, to walking with me, to now, having the courage and discipline to achieve your health goal.

Thank you for doing all this to prolong the time you will be Mine Always and All Ways.

I love you so much.


Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you've imagined.


swan said...

Thank You, Sir :-) I have tried to mostly stay out of the picture here -- this blog is really about what You and T have accomplished through sheer bravery and determination. My correlary accomplishment makes me happy, but seems minor in comparison. Still the numbers do not lie. Here I am, seven months later, and it feels great.

I love You.
Yours always and all ways.

T said...


Way to go, Sue! I was thinking that as quickly as Tom is dropping, he would be first....

Congratulations, Sister-Heart


Anonymous said...

Great job Swan! Congrats to you.