Sprang Brank!

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Yes, that is what I call Spring Break. It originates from the uncle character from The Proud Family, this old cartoon from the Disney Channel. He talked all weird. He would have pronounced "spring break" as "sprang brank, y'alllllll."


I'm wondering how long I can go on not exercising. I really don't like to exercise. I hate getting sweaty, I hate needing to shower the instant I'm done, and I hate feeling tired and sore. Excuses, excuses, I know.

But, I'm finishing up my degree this semester (!!), so allowing myself not to exercise might be the only thing keeping me eating the right amount of calories.

Speaking of calories, I've lost almost 24 pounds. It's a big number when you think about it. I don't really mind that I can't really tell. I'll be able to tell eventually. What is more of a bummer is that I am now back to the weight I was last summer. I'm not really breaking new ground in terms of dress size.

Though, speaking of dress size, I did buy myself a gorgeous MadMen-esque dress to motivate myself. It is exactly one size too small. I tried it on today, and it ALMOST fit. Well, it almost fit with triple spanx. Whatever, that counts.

Sprang brank ends tomorrow. I have done a lot of writing, and the stress eating is creeping up on me a little bit. But I have noticed that I stay fuller longer these days. I think that might be due to my increased water intake.

I watched the Aviator last night. Is there anyone more beautiful than Kate Beckinsale? Nope. Not even the real Ava Gardner. I can't wait until I'm pretty too.


Happy Spring, everybody. And happy Zombie Jesus Day!
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    Dude! I loved the Proud Family! It was very silly! Congrats on the 24 lb weight loss! I need motivation to start exercising too. :P It's so emoticon with a capital P, ya know?
    3362 days ago
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