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Feed me Serymour...

Uneventful weekend.

Slept most of the weekend away in fact. Well I slept through most of Saturday and I didn't do much today. I don't remember if I managed to take a nap after lunch with my folks or if I just ended up reading comic books most of the evening.


No, I did take a nap. I'm missing about 3 hours of this afternoon and I vaguely recall waking up. Heh, how's that for sad? I take so many naps at this point that I can't remember if I did or didn't take one a few hours later?

I've officially lost about 10lbs since I got sick. I finally broke a long standing weight barrier too, I'm rather jazzed to see where I can go once I can get back to working out. Interestingly, even though I feel better, I still seem to only be able to eat about 1/3 of what I used to eat (at best). That more or less translates to one normal meal (or more usually about 2 half meals during the day). If I eat more than that, my stomach tends to get very grumpy. I'd be worried, but I am actually feeling a little bit better each day, it just seems like it's going to take forever to finally get back to 100%. Right now I'd say I'm at about 75% and improving maybe 3-5% a day. Last weekend and the first half of this last week was utter hell, but this weekend has pretty much been ok.

Grumble. I want to be better now damn it. Now now now.

Anyways, going to veg and watch TV a bit.


"I take so many naps at this point that I can't remember if I did or didn't take one a few hours later?"

I suffer a bit from insomnia, so I am the polar opposite. I forget while in the shower if I've "lathered, rinsed, and repeated" so I lather rinse and repeat again, just for good measure. That's what sleep deprivation does to a person. LOL
I'm usually quite the insomniac myself. When I'm not feeling so sickly, I usually only need 4-6 hours of sleep a night (and frequently manage to get less than four).

So on the one hand sleeping is a nice change of pace, and on the other, I'm kind of annoyed that I can't get all that much done with all this sleeping getting in the way ;)
So what you're saying is that in order for me to lose those last ten I'm still carrying around, I have to get sick? ;)

Heh, apparently. Forget about Atkins or South Beach, the Plague is the way to go for ultra-fast weight loss :-p

Sadly, there are probably about 10 million people in America who would try it.

And half of them are in Dallas since we're one of the fattest cities in America! Go Dallas!
Yeah. Not surprising really. I'm going to do my best to parlay this weight loss into a new burst of fitness now that I've made it below the plateau that was bugging me.

Of course this had to happen right before the big eating holidays. D'oh!!!)