Climb Every Mountain!!!
Laundry Day with Kaycee and Tosca Q. Puss
Greetings, and welcome to my Sparkpage.
I am in my fourth year of SparkPeople, and I have learned a lot about myself. Unfortunately, none of that has resulted in any physical weightloss. Mental baggage? Well, that's another story.
Right now, I'm focusing on getting out of destructive thought and behavioral patterns, and basically becoming "master of my fate and captain of my soul." And fitting into some smaller jeans at some point, because I'm tired of wearing the thighs out of my jeans faster than I'd like to admit. Whatever.
1. To be able to bike long distances without dying.
2. To live long enough to be a terror to the senior citizens' community.
3. To not be mistaken for a linebacker from the Greenbay Packers.
4. Get back to "Onederland", and go from there. One crisis at a time, kids.
1. Track the food.
3. Strength training 2x a week minimum
4. Movement as anesthesia instead of food
My house is in the Republic of Texas, but I mostly reside in the State of Denial, with a summer cabin in the State of Angst. I'm working on moving out, but there seems to be a whole lot more baggage than I anticipated.
I'm fulfilling my childhood dream of taking piano lessons and playing the piano. So far so good.
"If your chicken starts barking, it's time to throw a clown at the president." --Cedric the Entertainer
| current weight: 299.5
Thanks for your comment on my “Bike Fest” blog. I hope your trail rash is not too bad. The Giant XTC is a great bike. Did you test ride any 27.5” bikes? Giant has sworn to emphasize only on 27.5” bikes. Specialized has brought out few 27.5” bikes.
Now that you are a hardcore trail rider, you may want to invest in some protective gear. I always wear gloves. I prefer Fox short gloves with gel padding. I also have long Pearl Izumi and Fox gloves.
I have knee and elbow pads. I like six-six-one (661) “Rage” pads. These 661 pads are made for adults, rather than kids or skinny racers.
A helmet is an absolute must!
I am anxious to hear about your riding adventures.
746 days ago
Comment edited on: 5/11/2014 7:17:50 PM
Thanks for commenting on my “Walking Cast” rant. I am not my normal bubbly self. I have photos of my foot when the nurse took off the bandages. I didn’t want to post any of these photos and gross out anyone. There is a big cut over my ankle that goes up my calf and down along my foot. I have a jillion stitches. My foot, ankle and calf are all black and blue. Now that the swelling has gone down, the cast is rubbing against the incision and driving my batty.
838 days ago
Hey, thanks for checking on me. I've been fighting some darkness with varied results. for some reason, I can't see what I'm typing on this page until I post the comment, so this may be an interesting collection of mishmash. I'm here. I'm getting by. And I'm trying to get back to working out regularly. Trying is the key word there.
842 days ago
Thanks! And I hope you continue to feel better.
853 days ago
"If you go to work on your goals, your goals will go to work on you.
If you go to work on your plan, your plan will go to work on you.
Whatever good things we build end up building us."
Thank you for commenting on my "Turn Back" blog! Have a healthy day!
853 days ago