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Weekend and today...

Monday, July 16, 2012

So this weekend was bad bad bad. First, Saturday we had to get up fairly early to get to Sacramento, so I had one egg over hard, which wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, and two pancakes. Not too bad. Then we got to Sacramento for my under 220 pounds reward, a massage, and they had given me the wrong week! It's next week! SUPER annoyed. So bf was hungry, we got lunch at McDs. I had the mcChicken and we split the small fries that came with it, so it wasn't too too bad.

That evening we planned to go to dinner and then to a comedy show (expiring Groupons!) but because my bf LOVES to shop, we were too late to go to dinner. So we had some appetizers at home, frozen potstickers from Costco, boiled, not terrible but not great, and we to the show. There was a two drink minimum and my bf only had one drink so I ended up with three beers. It was hot and I was thirsty, but I still should have switched to water! I also had had a beer with the appetizers.

Then after the show we were kind of jazzed and the baseball game was just getting out so we got to watch romantic fireworks over the river and then met up with my dad and brother to get dinner. We went to a pub that we thought would still be serving food, it wasn't. So we ordered the appetizer platter, thinking it would have like chicken wings, quesadillas, etc. It didn't. It was ALL deep fried. Chicken wings, chicken tenders, fried mushrooms, fried zucchini, fried scotch egg, fried fried fried! Then, my brother ordered smothered fries!!

Had another two beers while polishing off my 1/4 of the fried greasiness.

Woke up at 3am with the worst heartburn and an upset stomach. I am not used to this kind of lifestyle!

Sunday we slept in, thanks to the late night before, and woke up just in time for lunch. We went to the place we were supposed to have had dinner the night before and shared a pizza. We took home leftovers, which we then had for dinner. Neither of us were feeling great, but bf was feeling really bad, mostly due to a sinus infection, so we just were not motivated to get off the couch.

I was a little bit energized by the afternoon, but he pretty much passed out and I thought we were going to go jetskiing so I didn't go do anything else (also it was 95 degrees outside).

So we come to today. I worked out this morning with a trainer and signed up for more sessions. I've had all-healthy foods and plenty of water. I'm back on track. My boyfriend on the other hand is having a crisis of conscience saying that this weekend proved he's too old for me and that's why he's being a jerk (he is) and that I should be with someone younger.

Um, first of all, I love HIM, not someone younger. Second of all, before we started dating I hadn't had someone I would call a boyfriend in about 6 years. I hadn't had any potential boyfriend dates in over 3 years. I've never been asked out on a date, things just "happen" organically or I internet dated a couple times and got some real duds. (And I'm sure they thought the same about me, no chemistry.)

So, even if my bf and I did break up, a thought that fills me with horror and dread, there is no guarantee that I would meet someone else! Most of the guys I've met in my LIFE are not worth dating, they're only concerned with getting one thing and are not particularly concerned with where it comes from.

Anyway, so today is kind of a crappy day after a moderately crappy weekend.

I'm thinking about driving to Sacramento and surprising my bf. I think he would like it? But he might still be sulking. And if I'm going to go I need to go NOW so I miss the traffic and don't get there just in time to turn around and come home so I can get a couple hours of sleep before work tomorrow. What to do!?
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    Sorry I didn't respond right away and so didn't help with the decision to stay or go! I'd say chill out, get a good night's sleep, and keep taking care of YOU! If it's meant to be with the bf, he'll step up and be supportive, and you deserve someone who puts YOU at the top of his list! emoticon
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