Today’s weight: 139.6, down 0.6 unearned pounds. First, Ken sabotaged me by bringing home leftover CPK pizza from lunch with his mother. Down the hatch. Then a few spoons of Nutella and a glass of Devil’s Lemonade “to use them up.” I did otherwise eat healthfully and went for a walk, but honestly, I don’t deserve this. And yet I’ll take it.
Today I am grateful for: 1) Grateful clients; it’s lovely to feel appreciated. 2) Making graduation plans for our son’s big day next month. 3) That Bodhi the Swiffer Cat never holds a grudge after a visit to the vet.
Today’s gym monitor gleanings:
* Movie star forced to lose weight!: Only this time, it’s adorbs Jason Segel. LOVE how he hoodwinked his own trainer!
* Let’s move to Dubai!: So we can have the Pizza Hut pie ringed with cheeseburgers!
* Slow-jamming the news: With the Prez! “Or, as I like to call him, the Preezy of the United Steezy!” Check out Romney’s Top Ten List too.
* Another reason to drop the extra pounds?: This dude shot his girlfriend, “mistaking her for a hog.” The money quote for me is: “He was very sympathetic that he’d shot his girlfriend.”
* Yeah, no: Think I’ll take a pass on PB&J-flavored vodka. Especially now that professionals tasters have deemed that the vodka flavor is a “bit drowned out by the peanut butter.” Ya think?
* Cats behind bars: Prisoners and kitties both getting second chances.
* Just when you thought teens couldn’t get dumber: They start shotgunning hand sanitizer.
* Shall we start the day: With a margarita? And a kitten?
Still no weight news today. I’m gearing up for the Primal Challenge I’m doing with some friends locally. You’re invited to follow along if you’d like. Here’s the book: The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation: A step-by-step, gene reprogramming action plan. Target start date: May 7th. My copy of the book should arrive today, I’ll start filling you in on some of the theories and practices as I read it. I do like that the book is Workbook Format, with pages and stuff for me to fill in.
Gratitudes: 1) Having a plan to look forward to. 2) My new energy levels at work prompted a colleague to accuse me of cocaine use. I realized I haven’t been healthy the entire time I’ve worked here. They’ll have to get used to the restored version. 3) A Good Hair Day.