Saturday, September 05, 2009
This morning, we woke up and wanted to make some breakfast. I made some delicious zucchini and tomato egg scramble, and my girlfriend made the hashbrowns. We normally don't make hashbrowns, so I was SHOCKED when I looked over and she was pouring olive oil all over those little potatoes. :-(
I tried to put them on a paper towel, so that the oil wouldn't be on there so much, but she got so upset with me. Yelling because she didn't want paper towel in her hashbrowns, and how this nutrition/health thing has become excessive. So no paper towel, just greasy hashbrowns.
This whole thing is really hard on me, and our relationship. It's just that I don't want to continue to be overweight, and unhealthy. I'm trying not to pressure her to do anything with me, but I feel like I can't make healthy choices without making her feel guilty. Does that make any sense? Like in this situation, things escalated so quickly, there's no way I could say, "Sorry hon, but if I eat these potatoes, I won't be able to eat anything else all day."
Uggh, just venting. I'm sure we'll work out something that will work for us soon. I'm going to go get my hair cut.