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i am a vile, mucous leaking corpse.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

It's classic, really. I have a 3 day workout streak, and boom. bronchitis hits me like a ton of bricks.

BUT for the first time in I don't know how long, I'm not discouraged! I'm a little brought down on account of the fact that I feel like a total zombie, but otherwise I haven't given up!

This is a speed bump I can handle! I'm still behaving well with my food, and getting excited about cooking healthier meals! Every day after dinner I've been smiling when I finish up with tracking.

All I have to do now is rest up, see a doctor, get better, and get back to that gym!
In the meantime I'm watching what I eat and effortlessly batting away cravings.


There is a home made vanilla cake with chocolate frosting sitting atop the fridge. My room mates birthday was this past saturday, and on sunday we indulged in a tortellini dinner with Alfredo sauce, garlic bread and side salad. The left over cake has been perched overlooking the kitchen ever since. I see it every time I reach for food from the fridge, but I haven't been tempted by it ONCE.

Sunday was my designated day of indulgence. It was a satisfying meal and a wonderful evening with my room mates. When I think back I remember the conversation, not the cake.

I almost feel bad... there's a strong possibility it will sit there until it goes bad. Because I'm certainly not touching it!

TONIGHT i'm making chef meg's chicken and broccoli casserole!

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  • 41SUSAN14
    You may be a vile, mucus leaking corpse, but we love you anyway!

    Dump the cake in the trash, and pour coffee grounds over it, rather that letting it sit there and go bad, whine at you the whole time. Then take the trash bag out.
    2708 days ago
    What can you do today to take care of yourself?
    2708 days ago
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