I am a little over four feet tall, and I have the widest hips of any woman in my family.
I am very thin, and my body weight is about one pound and eight ounces.
I’m 5’3, so I am an athletic fit and have a long, lean frame.
I love to run, I love lifting weights, and when I am not exercising I am working out or cooking.
I have been able to achieve the weight I wanted by training regularly and eating healthy.
The one thing that has held me back is that I was afraid of the potential for injury.
In 2012, a young woman I was dating broke her leg in a freak accident, and it’s one of the reasons I stopped eating dairy products.
Since then, I’ve been eating well and exercising regularly, and the only thing that’s kept me from dropping back into the abyss is the fact that I am currently married.
I feel like a lot of people feel the same way about the health issues I face, but I just don’t think I am.
For one, I am so happy in my life that I’m able to do everything I want to do and be happy.
For two, it’s not really possible to avoid a health issue if you are in a relationship.
I don’t want to have a relationship with someone who is a burden, but the truth is that if I am honest, I know there are plenty of people who are.
I also have a very strong desire to share my story, so that others can make their own choices.
I decided to share this story because I have seen so many people who struggle with weight gain, and have ended up in the hospital or even in jail.
I’ve lost friends and family members who are still struggling with their weight, and that’s something I know I need to help others with.
I believe in the power of love and hope, so it’s hard for me to believe that my husband, who is healthy and strong, could possibly lose weight and become unhealthy.
However, I think if people are willing to accept that there are people out there who have problems with weight and are not perfect, then we will be able to find solutions.
I think it’s important for us to share our stories, and to give people hope.