Wednesday, October 24, 2007
So I was a little annoyed with our digital scale. It gives weird weight fluctuations even when I don't think it should. Then if you stand funny it gives a really high weight. Hopping off and then back on again doesn't work, because as soon as it's decided on a weight it then goes automatically to that amount if you hop back on.
After a trip to the doctor where their scale said I was two pounds lighter (even though I was wearing clothes!) we decided to buy an analog scale.
Now the only problem with our analog scale is that the tic marks are so tiny, I can't see my exact weight. Although I can if my husband looks!
This afternoon I weighed on both (with my husband's help on the second one) and our new scale says I weigh 4 pounds less than our old one. I'm thinking I should either weigh on the analog scale and add two pounds or continue to weigh on our digital and just subtract two pounds.
I sort of like the analog scale though! It says I weigh 185! I also learned at the doctor that the last time I weighed there I was 250. Which is 5 pounds heavier than I thought I had ever been. So am I supposed to change my ticker to reflect that?
Also I wonder if I should update my ticker to 187, which would be the median number between what each scale says.