Monday, July 24, 2006

I am Fat and Mad and...

Its about to get ugly!

I know that if blogged a time or two or forty about my weight and my desire to go back to being the girl I once was, but this time I mean it. I am prepared to do the absolute unthinkable to drop 30 lbs by the end of the year. What exactly, I am not sure other than running every morning and sometimes evening like my life depends on it. Cutting out all meat products. No fast foods, no fried foods, no sodas, sugars or desserts. There will be nothing but tuna, pasta and salad for the next 5 months I am fed the fuck up. The last straw was looking at the pictures of myself at the wedding I attended last week. I don’t normally put myself out on the corner of first and front like this, but if public humiliation and torture are the only ways for me to be serious about this than so be it.

This is what I used to look like:

And this is the house that Chipotle and Coldstone built.

and no, I am not pregnant, though at least if I were I could blame something other than being greedy.

Seriously, there is going to be some psychological trauma, starvation and serious pain coming. I used to be so cute, and I used to be so proud of my little size 6 body, but a 12 is just crazy, and I hate even searching for something to wear these days. So when I finally go back to looking like this:

I will finally shut up and be happy.


Anonymous said...

I am getting an elliptical machine or a treadmill so I can do it all day in the privacy of my own home.

Nichelle said...

I feel you Avin. I used to think I was fat when I was an 8/10... until I crept up to a 12/14. I even had the nerve to hit 16 for a while there.

I saw that Oprah show too. I don't know how many pounds I want to lose ( I always look smaller than my actual weight) but I know I want that 8/10 again.

Avin said...

nichelle - I was so ungrateful for my happy lil figure. I used to pray for ass and titty meat and now they are like lead weights straped to my body. BTW tips are always welcomed, let me know how your weightloss goes.

Nichelle said...

I'll let you know. I think I'm going to crawl back to David Kirsch's "New York Body Plan". It has similar restrictions to the Oprah diet, but that's the name of the game.