celebrating 45 years of "meh"

February 6, 2003 – morning
February 5, 2003 – evening
February 5, 2003 – evening 1

February 6, 2003 – morning

Wt: 140.4 — I’ve finally broken the 37 lb barrier! Whoo!! This makes…38.4 lbs lost. I really didn’t have much dinner last night, so this can be a fluke. Tomorrow I could easily be 153.2 again. 😉
Mood: Happy, but trying not to get into “Cathy-esque” weight-obsession mood.
Work docket: Communities, Scrapbook, new “Women on the Run” section. Promo the Best of South Jersey ballot.
Lunch plans: I have $10.00 burning a hole in my purse.
Afternoon: unknown
Evening: Promised Mom that we’d go out and look at curtains for her living room tonight. There’s a place in Deptford that sells curtains for a very reasonable price. Maybe they’ll have a tablecloth for my new dining room table!

My legs ache from the treadmill yesterday, which means I’m doing more than I usually do. I really need to keep track of the time I spend running vs the time I spend jogging.

February 5, 2003 – evening 1

The apartment’s quiet and warm. My muscles softly ache from the gym this afternoon. (David came with me!!) David’s a-snooze in the bed, making it look twice as comfy. I’m in my soft and stretchy workout clothing. Laundry and kitchen are under control. Charlie snores quietly, as only cats can. My eyelids feel heavy.

And I have to go out and pay the #(%& rent!!

Today’s the last day it’s due before we get charged a late penalty. I guess I could drop it off on the way to work tomorrow morning, since they won’t be able to tell if something was dropped in the box before midnight or after. But I don’t want to count on myself remembering to stop at the office on the way to work in the wee small hours of the morning.

The sooner I do it, the sooner I can be in bed. But inertia, my foe, is winning out. And thus I remain here in my comfy chair, feet in slippers, fingers on keyboard. (sigh)

Ugh…lazy me. This should honestly take less than 5 minutes to accomplish. C’mon, Kim….be an adult…..

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