2009年3月6日金曜日

The Good the baaaad and optimistic..


All people that carry more weight than they should tend to be in denial about there actual weight until they actually step on a scale. Even then many of us balk at what we read or hear from the noncommittal foe.. as was the case when I stepped on my fresh air mail delivered scale from America.

485.8 lbs is what that white box showed me when I dared put my flesh on the devil box.

You have to be kidding me.. I thought to my self more than 100 lbs off my original estimate..

I think I would rather be looked down upon by the fitness Nazi rather than face the white box again..

Yet, if I let my self succumb to depression or fall off the wagon now.. I will only find myself sinking deeper and deeper into an abyss of sorrow, self pity, doubt and remorse.

So, I move on. I start posting my weight on a weekly basis to keep track of all the forays with the fiend until I can convert him to be my ally. At which time I will immediately disperse of this foul object in lieu of a much more subdued and complimenting piece of weighing technology, to fit my new form.

I hope all of you can enjoy the fight that is coming :)

5 件のコメント:

Harry さんのコメント...

You've got a really good attitude, Low Carber. :) I think that's going to be a big part of your eventual victory over your weight problem.

If Jimmy Moore can do it, so can you. And in the process, you'll inspire many others.

I wish you all the best of luck and only good wishes in your continued trek towards wellness.

Keep up the good work!

Sadekat さんのコメント...

Pffftt, it's just a number, don't you dare let that little white box ruin your day. The fun in numbers is seeing them go down :)

Low Carber さんのコメント...

hehe thanks :)

NewVision さんのコメント...

Sadekat is right, its just a number. Hang in there, you have a really good attitude and a good spirit.

bayoubabe さんのコメント...

you are such a delight in your posts ! I have all the confidence that YOU will succeed. It IS only a number. It will take time and you have all the time in the world... Good luck on your journey, Lo Carber