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Weigh in looming

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

since the 14th of this month I have been inundated with work work work. It is hard being a manager really hard. I have constantly reminded myself that what does not kill me makes me stronger. I have still a couple of things lined up for me in October and two of my weeks are already full diary wise. I am scared though about the bit of travelling I will have to do.Hotels and I dont exactly get along coz it means buffets and loads of lard.Like I need that right now. My weigh in is looming and I am afraid that I am not going to be pulling any large numbers this time.I am aiming to break the 210 lbs barrier though.I will be happy when I am at 200 lbs so I can buy myself a new digital camera.Something to make me happy.I have approximately 8 days to try lose at least 2 lbs off my numbers.

I have a little crisis I am experiencing. My child's nanny has decided that she is no longer interested in working for me.She spun me a story of her sister who had just given birth last Friday and has left her baby with her to look after.(Like okay tell that to the marines). What kind of mother leaves a three day old baby to go work pppllleeeeaaasseee.And what kind of employer would expose themselves to a possible law suit by allowing someone to work within days of giving birth.We have laws against these kinds of things.So here I am putting up notices at my local grocery store for a new child minder who I have to train within 3 days that I have taken leave for. Thank God I did not dive into a bag of chips to "cope" with this crisis.

I am going to focus in getting in more runs for the days I will be off work. I want to see a good number on the scale to celebrate my two months of healthy eating.Here's to October.
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