9/13/2007

I'm a palindrome

Got weighed on an official scale at the doctor's office yesterday.
I cannot reveal my actual weight, but I will say that the number of pounds is a palindrome.

If you aren't sure what that means, go back to your middle school math class.



Anyway, here's how I plan to deal with the issue:

1. New meds. My old meds for anxiety and sleep disorders aren't doing their job well anymore. I've been taking them for about 9 years and have a new doctor who says it's time to "move on."

2. Walking. Carnivorous Hippy and I took off today and did about 1.5 miles. Believe it or not, I drove back over the route we took, just to be sure.

3. Healthier eating (HA!) I love food. I desire it. However, I am very capable of eating well, so Hubby and I decided it's time to quit drinking so much beer and eating so much pizza. Besides, I'm going over my budget each month since we eat out so much...

4. Savor my new job. It's a miracle, folks!

5. Weigh myself everyday. I read it in a magazine.

6. Join Weight Watchers again this Winter.

That's a start. I am not fully dedicated, however. It helps to have a husband who really does love me "no matter what." I've never experienced this level of unconditional love...even from anyone in my family...well, except for my Ma-maw...but, she's gone now.



I don't want to be a palindrome anymore...unless, of course, the first digit is a 1 and the middle digit is a 5. (It's a 3-digit number).

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5 comments:

Michael said...

It shouldn't be too hard getting from 161 to 151, should it?

Vita said...

Nice piggy picture.

BoggyWoggy said...

heh, heh, heh, Michael!

The Carnivorous Hippy said...

I owe $5 today!

Skittles said...

I get the same kind of love from my hubby, too. I often wonder if I deserve it.

Anyway! It sounds like you have some good plans in place.