Tiny Tim no Mo
I can now walk without crutches. What a concept! I no longer have to say things in a falsetto voice, like, “God Bless Us. Eeeeveryoooone!” My husband is just glad I stopped riding around on his shoulder. I looked like the world’s largest carnival monkey without the cymbals. Besides, explaining how I managed to fall into a hole and sprain both ankles at the same time was becoming tedious. Boy howdy, though. People locally think it’s pretty funny.
Well, they know me. So I guess it’s pretty funny!
I weighed in at TOPS and am only 4 pounds up from my lowest weight of the year–and that’s with ankle boots and bloaty bloat. That’s pretty sweet! there may be some disappointment that I haven’t hit my 100-pound mark yet, but I totally took July and part of June off, and managed to stay steady, so I’m just trying to lose the water weight from the whole foot drama now. I still am going to do my best to get to 150 lost by the end of the year.
We have a contest going right now at TOPS where the team who loses the most weight by Halloween doesn’t have to feed people for the partay. I’m all about the lazy, so expect to see some weight dropping from a thigh near you! (That’s right–I’d rather work my behind off to lose weight than to serve punch).
I have some kick-butt recipes for jerky at my Examiner column, so be sure to check it out, if you’re missing meat candy for almost no carbs whatsoever.
I’m now International!
My article for Parents Canada Magazine has hit the news stands! I am so excited about it, because now I’m international (well, maybe. Canada is kinda like northern Colorado). I am really fortunate to be able to write for publications, and very much enjoy the challenges from the various editors. All of my editors are the most attractive, and fancy, wonderful people ever to employ me.
And for that, I thank them. (Especially my borg twin whom I love mostest)
But really, I’m pretty humbled by the contacts, and appreciate the offers. It makes me glad I went out and bought a new bra, too. Now I can lift my bosoms along with my spirits.
And now, about you.
What recipes are you guys wanting to see? While I have literally over 100 recipes to still put together, Fall is about to fall and I am in planning mode for a winter of kitchen bliss. So, let me know what foods you miss and I will start planning! I love a challenge, and definitely owe so much to you guys. anything I can do to make your low-carb journey tastier is my mission.
That and not falling into holes.