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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Sorry, I am having a silly attack....

My life is slowly gaining equiliberium again and I have been assessing the damage...

145 lbs 30% body fat... that was the numbers from nearly 2 years ago... and they are back...


Okay, I really need to get a grip and make some progress. I have totally lost my disapline and finding it again has been hard. The evening "Food in mouth" disease is back and the weekend binges too.

I have a very optimistic (Okay probably impossible) goal of being back under 140 by the end of this week... (I was at 142.3 this morning) I'm having a birthday dinner at Olive garden tonight with a friend. Soup & Salad & maybe a breadstix and a little red wine. I could use the drink, trust me...

I have often complained about my sister-in-law and well, with my brother in law gone, it's worse. I really really dispise this woman. She has a new/old "friend" that has materalized and is in constant company with her. The Facebook shenannigangs continue also... My poor tongue is hamburger from biting it.

I am playing Dragon Age...Eh...Again a game with "Love interests" At least Alister is cute. The other 2 options make blood run cold. I find character relationships interesting, but "Love Interests" it's a little creepy. It's hard to develop a relationship in the confines of a game for me. I am barely relating to my own character in this game. I will be playing through again, as a human instead of an elf. Maybe I'll play with the look of the character and that will help. It did with my Shepard and was much more involved.

Beyond that, nothing major. I won't talk about the ring I found while just looking with the BF. It hurts my heart too was perfect and I won't be getting it... emoticon

I hope you all are well and if you are going to Otakon...I hate you...
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