*** Updated 6/27/11**** - All of the stuff below is still true..well with the exception of Smoochie Boy.. I like to think of it as "healthy attrition" rather than "breaking up".
I am a somewhat mouthy (ok more than somewhat) currently fat girl (but on my way to being less so), living in Kansas City, MO. My life includes a gaggle of fabulous gay men, an incredibly spoiled dog, perhaps one too many pairs of shoes (if that is even possible), and a boyfriend (aka "Smoochie Boy") who lives two hours away.
Why am I here? I am terrified of getting diabetes or dropping dead from a heart attack, I want to be able to have children, and quite frankly I am sick of my boobs suffocating me when I lay down.
To be able to wear knee length boots without cutting off the circulation to my feet.
To be able to complete a yoga class without the use of those damn blocks because my arms are too short and my boobs are too big.
Two words = Back & Fat
To be able to walk up a flight of stairs without feeling like I am going to pass out.
To not have to worry about the seatbelt on the plane not being able to clasp, thus having to endure the look of shame from the flight attendant.
To buy something other than headbands and earrings at Ann Taylor.
To be the sexy, confident bombshell I know I am!!!!!!
This is a crazy idea.. but I am going to eat less crap, eat healthier stuff, and get off my butt more.
Specifically I aim to stay within my calorie range everyday, log everything I eat (because its the only way I can stay in control), and get at least 60 minutes of cardio in 4 days a week.
I have decided to ditch the scale (thus no weight tracker on here) and just check measurements and clothing sizes. Why? Because I can't emotionally deal with that scale.
"Sorry, you're much too big. Simply impassible."
"You mean impossible?"
"No, impassible. Nothing's impossible."
~Alice and the Doorknob, Alice in Wonderland
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There is no such thing as a "self-made" man. We are made up of thousands of others. Everyone who has ever done a kind deed for us, or spoken one word of encouragement to us, has entered into the make-up of our character and of our thoughts, as well as our success. - George Matthew Adams
Have a great week!
1838 days ago
Good humor is a tonic for mind and body. It is the best antidote for anxiety and depression. It is a business asset. It attracts and keep friends. It lightens human burdens. It is the direct route to serenity and contentment. -- Grenville Kleiser (1868-1935), Canadian author
Hiya! Just stopping by all my sparkfriends' pages with a little reminder not to take life too seriously. Have a great week!
1852 days ago
Thanks for the add :) Go inner bombshell!
1878 days ago
(GUFFAW!!!!) uh, excuse me. BRB...
ok, i'm back. sorry, i spit my gum out on to my keyboard because i laughed out loud as i was perusing your sparkpage. thankfully, i was at lunch behind closed doors cuz it came out MUCH louder than i expected. plus, i drooled a little bit. but don't worry, i'm rarely, this uncouth. OKKKK, maybe am but usually NOT in public. OK, that's not ENTIRELY true either. you know what, scratch that too. how 'bout, i'm just glad today is basically over. that's a pretty safe statement and TOTALLY true. have a great day!
1885 days ago
Thank you for the comment on my page!!! I agree that Deanna is one of the best!!!
1885 days ago