It's called With the Exception of Taco Tuesdays . This looks like it is going to be a hilarious blog. I think it might get a little um, "colorful" at times. This girl with PCOS who has trouble losing weight has just moved to a beach house because it is her husband's dream. She hasn't owned a pair of shorts or a bathing suit for years. She either needs to lose the weight and actually leave the house or give up and watch her hubby go surfing everyday with a bunch of college girls. Of course she feels misunderstood and that no one understands, especially her skinny friends and husband. Oh and after years of infertility she had 2 kids, so maybe she'll be giving some insight on that. She is not holding back and is sharing very personal info that I think many of us can identify. She just gave up flour and sugar, with the exception of taco tuesdaysView Thread
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