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The Thinning Kim as Seen by Mike

Thinning Kim, February 14 2009, 179.6 lbs., Photo copyright Mike Hainstock

It isn’t as bad to see a photo of myself. My first action is not an overpowering urge to destroy the image. Here I am near Presque Isle taking photos of float ice built up on shore. Mike is the photographer (My Valentine). I stand here at 179.6 lbs., a pound and 4 ounces over my lowest posted weight, but where I seem to have leveled off for the last week and a half. I am wearing a size 16 jean for the first time in over two years. It is difficult still to see where I have to go (with my weight loss) but hopeful as I can see it happening. My face is aging and I make funny faces when framing a shot. I’ll have to work on a happy face while capturing images. I thank Mike for taking these images of me. Overtime I grow more comfortable with myself. It has helped motivate me, too.

To see a photo of Mike, My Valentine and Magic Man on this Valentine’s Day shoot visit A Winter Journal.

  1. Cindi
    February 14, 2009 at 10:51 pm

    You look great! Good job on the weight loss. You’ve inspired me!

  2. February 16, 2009 at 10:32 am

    Oh Cindi I have been stuck at this weight for nearly a month! I am hoping to get it going downward again this week.

    Hope winter is being more kind than cruel to you!

  3. February 16, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    Congrats on your skinny self 🙂 I love visiting your blog because I always feel motivated and inspired. Off to the treadmill for me!

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