The problem is that even the idea of putting photographs of myself up on the blog depresses me utterly. On the other hand, I've always admired people who did have the fortitude to put their pictures up on their blog. They also tend to have been successful in reshaping themselves. Maybe there's a connection. I knew photos would not work for me, but I did an interesting experiment. I drew my shape.
Since I am of course gifted in
Note: Yes, I did chop my arms off for these pictures. But then I had them surgically reattached. No worries.
My spare tire has definitely lost a little air, and it's caused a redistribution of stuff. It's like I still have most of the weight that I'd had before, but instead of being around my waist, it all just slid south a few inches.
Technical note: If you want these progress pictures to twirl around, PastaQueen style, follow this procedure:
1 - Print out the picture.
2 - Lay the printout on a flat surface, such as a table.
3 - Run around and around the table while keeping your gaze fixed on the printout.
[Note: the womanagement of Sheesh are not responsible for any injuries that might be incurred during this procedure.]
Hey, if you want some cool progress photos:
- See PQ's fabulous progress photos. (They twirl!)
- Even if they don't twirl, I do love Crabby McSlacker's progress pictures. (Amazing progress there.)
- For other really cool progress pictures, check out Diet Girl's blog. But please don't steal her pics, as a)that's really uncool and b) she knows several lawyers who have the same sense of humor as an underfed rottweiler.
Somehow, I don't think I need to worry about anyone stealing my pics.
Exercise du jour: Jog 3 miles. I'll see if I feel like going a bit further, to make up for the Friday fail.
Done! Not a pretty job, but I did it.