BEATLETOT, I laughed out loud imagining you wanting to flip people off but being restrained by the presence of your coworker in the car! Ha ha ha. Your character is such a rich tapestry!
And I'm glad we got that cleared up about how many times you've been honked at. You know, my brother works in D.C., and when we were young and I used to visit him, I remember one time when he and I were pedestrians in a sea of taxis somewhere in downtown Washington, and a taxi driver did something rude or dangerous in slow traffic (maybe got too close to us?), and Kenny put his fist down hard on the trunk of the taxi as it passed, not hard enough to damage the taxi but hard enough to make the driver look in the rear view mirror to see who had done that. Kenny's reactions often alarmed timid little me, but the driver that day chose to drive on. I wonder what would happen if Kenny did that in these days of advanced road rage? Nothing like your small Texas hometown or my long-ago, no-stoplight, blink-and-you'll-miss-it place of birth in Georgia!
Thanks for the comment. I initially figured I'd be kicked out of the challenge if I didn't make the goal. I'm happy that is not the case. Even staying within my calorie range and exercising consistently doesn't always result in losses on the scale but I've seen more than a few NSVs too and I appreciate the support from team members. 17 days ago
you will love having long hair. I always have but just this year wanted a change. My new cut is carefree and still long enough to make me feel confident. It grows very quickly so by summer if I continue to grow it, I will have a ponytail again. I quite like the length I have had it cut today so will probably keep it a while.