Slimming down like a champion

I’m trimming down just a little before my trip back home next week. Nothing drastic, just a slight slimming. Of all the people who will be there and all the friends and old classmates I’ll see, I don’t want to be the one looking three months pregnant. Because I am not three months pregnant and I don’t want there to be any confusion about that.

I take this endeavor very seriously and and I’m working at it through very healthy channels. Last night for dinner I had some cheese and a small can of sliced pineapple. For breakfast today (at noon) I had fries covered in melted cheese, dipped in honey and ranch dressing, and a Diet Coke. Oh, and a small can of sliced pineapple. I’ve read a lot of magazines, and I’m pretty sure that my meal plan is flawless.

In unrelated news, I watched three movies in a row last night while tying my quilt: Finding Nemo, Ice Age 2: The Meltdown, and Go. That second one was surprisingly bad. It was five hours of straight movies and my attention span never faltered. I was impressed. This afternoon will be pretty much the same thing. And then all I need to do is finish the edges and the quilt is done. Finally.

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June 9, 2007. Words.

4 Comments

  1. ZoeJane replied:

    But you’re already so thin!

  2. admin replied:

    Not thin enough. I want people to say, “Are you ok? You look, um, frail” and not “You must be the one who is 3 months pregnant, congratulations!” I am not leggy or curvy or tall or dark and beautiful; thin and small is pretty much the only option I have.

  3. sarahhhhhh replied:

    I don’t think you have to worry. I look knocked up, especially when i don’t have clothes on. I can walk about naked with you if that would make you feel better. When i’m not pregnant any more and i’m just eating pineapple to get back to my pre-fat weight I’ll remind you of this….so knock it off. your thin and beautiful.

  4. sarahhhhhh replied:

    oh, by the way, i’m very excited to see you.

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