So I don't generally measure my weight. I prefer to go by clothing fit, and performance, and total inches (if I could ever find my measuring tape again, grr). But we were at my ILs last weekend, and DH and I both hopped on the scale. And oh my god! I clocked in at 149lbs. I've never weighed that much in my life. It was a little disheartening, but I tried to not let it get to me.. I had been as high as 141lb last year when I was lifting a ton and first hitting all my PRs. DH's weight was up a lot too, but he's been gleefully crossing the line between "fit" and "jacked", haha, so I wasn't too surprised there I guess. His weight fluctuates a lot, and it was still 20lbs less than when he was "fat" (there's no nice way to say that, is there? Because 'overweight' is non specific here).
Anyway, he texts yesterday. When he's at campus for his masters classes, he uses the gym there. He hopped on *their* scale. And was a whopping 16# less. Which would make me 133lbs, which is what I've weighed 99% of the time since my junior year of college.
Again, silly, total vanity, the number doesn't matter. I know the intellectually. But it was still nice to find out I'm not up 15lbs from weigh in!