To silly but I have to share. As I was drying up after the shower, I noticed that the towel was actually rapping me. Before there was a gap of at least 4 inches.
Here to NSV victories LOL
Helene GW 140 CW 198.2 SW 224 Every day is a gift do your best, be kind including to yourself and smile.
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10 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:NSVTo silly but I have to share. As I was drying up after the shower, I noticed that the towel was actually rapping me. Before there was a gap of at least 4 inches.
4 inches off, right there! WOOHOO way to GO GIRL! Next stop new , better fitting undies and bras. Don't short yourself Helene. That's a HUGE nsv and you earned every inch of it. Happy Dance 4 U huggs k
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Report This| Share this:NSV4 inches off, right there! WOOHOO way to GO GIRL! Next stop new , better fitting undies and bras. Don't short yourself Helene. That's a HUGE nsv and you earned every inch of it. Happy Dance 4 U huggs k
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