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i want to post, but i think it'll be all pathetic and whiney :(

I have a bacterial infection and do not feel at all good. I will spare details, but I'm really unhappy!
Worse, the medicines make me sick and have weird rules for eating, so I have to schedule meals.
I'm already thinking too hard about meals because I joined weight watchers (lost 9 pounds so far!) and right now I only have two points left but am hungry and tired of carrots. Grrrrr. Mango soon?!? One point there...
I can't exercise because of the infection and that's bugging me in general but especially now as I'm hungry and could use the extra points! Sigh.
Major drama at work, blech. It's bringing me down, man. Why do people gotta make with the drama?
blah blah blah whine whine whine

I'm sleepy and and taking a break from reading. I'm 50% done with the 3rd Dresdon book.

but who wants to hear that?
So instead, read

"I know many people think we're eccentric and do crazy things, but if they don't understand what we're trying to do, why put it down just like that? They should have an open mind because there is a chance that what we're saying and doing could be related directly to them. It's like with John. Maybe they think he's a lunatic or something, but because he keeps on being the same lunatic, time heals, and the public begins to realize that he is genuine. And even if we all still think he's a lunatic, at least he's a genuine lunatic. All I can say is that there's a purpose to life. Like Shakespeare said, 'All the world's a stage, and men and women merely players." The men in The Beatles are just four of the actors. In the circumstances, all the others and I can do is act our parts in the way we believe. Not that I, or anyone else, can't try to change. I've changed a lot, and I'm going to try to keep changing. Life itself is one big constant change. Day and night, constant changing. Joe Public should realize that, in the end, he is probably looking for the same things in life as we are. Somebody who criticises us may, for instance, be the kind of person who won't get his happiness out of a new telly or a new car. But what happens to someone who's got a million tellies and a million cars and all the money in the world and a thousand palaces and castles. What happens then? He then sits there looking for happiness, and it can only come from within. Which is the basis of everything I believe in." - George Harrison, November 1969

And did you know that American's are shorter than other peoples of the industrialized word. The average man's height in the Netherlands is 6'1" and American men average 5'10". Heard it on the Daily Show. We do; however, lead the world in girth. Go USA!


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Jun. 26th, 2007 01:18 am (UTC)
WOO FRIGGIN HOO!!!! 9 LBS!!!!! Yea!!!! I'm proud of you!!! Feel much better soon lady!
Jun. 27th, 2007 11:26 pm (UTC)
thanks! i went back to the doctor yesterday and the antiobiotics to cure the on infection have given me another infection! so now i'm infection squared. it's funny, but it hurts.

and this week i've been not so good about food. i haven't really be bad, per se, i just don't feel like i'm as committed. i think i've only dipped into flex points for four points so far. but i'm not measuring as devoutly as before. i split a Sonic burger and fries the other day, maybe i'm feeling guilty about that? or maybe i'm just sick.

i made some good stuff, though!

i found some lenders lite high fiber english muffins that are only one point per muffin. so i made turkey burgers one day this week (6 points!) and mini-pizzas (7 points for two!).

so we'll see how things work out on Friday. the whole two hours before eating/one hour after three times a day makes me grumpy. but i have blackberries for later tonight and So You Think You Can Dance in thirty minutes so maybe it'll be okay... ;)
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