It's a nice day for a white wedding
Posted: Sunday, Sep. 16, 2012
Photo by: Nathan Abplanalp Photography
Sheri Riley is currently seeking a post-graduate degree in Invasive Cardiology. She enjoys sports and spending time outside with her fiance, Jeff, and their two dogs, Lola and Cami. She is getting married October 12, 2013. Contact Sheri here.
Happy Monday!I hope everyone had a good weekend! I most certainly did! The Noles slaughtered Wake Forest, my cousin Amanda got married in Columbus, Ohio, and my scale at home says I'm into the 140's again!Since I had my clinical rotations on Friday and Jeff had work, we decided to wait until Saturday morning to drive up to Columbus to go to my cousin's wedding. 4:30 a.m. Saturday. It was rough, but well worth it. My sister who lives out in LA was even able to attend which was super awesome. She had her ceremony at their beautiful church with they recepetion to follow at a gorgeous country club. We danced like fools all night long and took some utterly ridiculous pictures in their photo booth. It was the first time Jeff was able to meet my Dad's side of the family so now he really knows what he's getting himself into :) Congrats Amanda and Eric!I'm sure with traveling and all that wedding cake, I've added a few pounds. But that's ok because I'm proud to say I've gotten myself into the 140's. SO EXCITING! Now is the point where my clothes are finally starting to loosen up and I'm starting to feel better about being in my own skin. It's rough dealing with weight gain, especially when you've never had a problem with it. Now that I've gotten out of the 150's, I really feel better about myself. I can't wait to see what the 130's feel like again. Just a few more pounds and I'll hit the halfway mark to my goal.I hope everyone is making progress. It's a lot easier to continue working when you see the results. Don't get discouraged. Anything that's worth it is going to take a fight!World peace and skinny jeans,Sheri xo
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