scuba, scuba scuba

Sunday, April 29, 2012

I'm a diver! That's right, I sucked it up, went back and passed! Huzzah!

I can now look ridiculously unsexy in a wetsuit legitimately and as often as I want.

Take that 222lbs! That's the last time I see that figure on my scale too. I am sick of it. I miss onederland and I am going back. As Liz Lemon/Tina Fey would say 'I want to go to there.'

Do you hear that fat? You're about to be blasted and starved of sugar and processed food. You want wheat? tough. What's that you say? You want some carbs. I don't think so.

I'm fat because I can't stop eating sweet things and carbs. How stupid is that? It's like saying I'm unhappy because I like being miserable. No more.

Today a change is made. I am going to the gym to do zumba and then go swimming. I'm doing this despite falling down the stairs on Friday so my ankle and butt hurts big time. But you know what, that's just an excuse. If I can walk, I can zumba!

Aim of the week - out of the 220's by next Sunday :)
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  • APIE159
    That is awesome!!! I'm so proud of you. You know what we can do this together. I posted on your page then I read this. I am giving up crack (sugar) too and bread and pasta and carbs and processed and everything basically that tastes good. I have to make changes and tomorrow is the big day. I know that it is going to be hard at first with the cravings of sugar and bread for me but it will be worth it in the end. I have to get healthy.
    2723 days ago
    I hear you about the wetsuits. I think they were invented so men could know what it's like to put on pantyhose. But if you get one that fits well, they're like full body Spanx...

    How's this for another motivation to keep losing: the less body fat you have, the easier it is to be neutrally buoyant when you dive. The thinner I get, the less weight I need to get down.

    Keep diving!
    2724 days ago
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