But me diet? No.
Me stay happy with the as-I-am me? You bet.
I have some friends with thicker middles, so I was simply going to spend more time with them.
But your pesky posts perculated in my pea-brain. They poked me and pinched me and called mean names. Yep, that's what they did.
So, on Friday, when every school in town was closed because it was -11 at school time, I pulled out the Wii Fit. I have refused to use it since Santa arrived with it, but on Friday I began to think that if you all could do something good for your bodies, I could, too.
My goal of one chin-up by Christmas failed. (Now I'm trying for one by my April birthday.) I figured that the Wii Fit would do what I needed.
First, I went through the assessment portion. ARGGGH! It said that I am 57 years fit. Excuse me, that's one entire decade older than my actual age. Then it said I was 20 pounds heavier than I thought I was. Then it said I was overweight bordering on obese.
Then I got a little scared, and I began to think that maybe the Mama, Marlene, and BHE are going the right direction.
My plan is now:
- to be careful in my eating
- to actually workout with the Wii Fit regularly
- to continue my chin-up pursuit