Friday, January 16, 2009

Salty balls

Long time, no substantive post. Things have been running along in my life quite smoothly and quietly. Nothing really entertaining to report, except that I am fat. I enjoyed indulging myself the entire month of December, and am now paying for it. By having nothing to wear! Yippee! I started NutriSystem on Monday, and I've lost 3.5 pounds in 3.5 days so far. Not bad. The food blows. Monkey balls would be better. At least saltier.

I had my first ever pilates reformer class last night at Pure Pilates.

machine

It was hard, but I liked it, and I loved my instructor chic. Nice blonde girl, nice bod, big boobs. What more do I need? I have 3 more private sessions left. If only they didn't cost a fortune, I think I'd do them forever.

My thirtieth birthday is coming up. I'm excited.

Sister FGD is coming out for my birthday. I can't wait!

I have nothing else to say for now. Goodbye.



9 Comments, shout outs, and other gold diggin' love:

amber said...

yay for your first reformer class! i'm glad you enjoyed it. mat pilates is good, too, if you have a good instructor in case you want to continue after the private lessons run out.

10yearstogether said...

That thing looks kinky in a borderline creepy way. Eeks.

Kimberly said...

The whole time you guys were talking about this, I had no clue what it was. Now that I see it, it totally looks like a device of torture. Which means, it must be great for losing weight!

ps, one of my bffs lost like 20lbs on nutri system. But be careful, cause I think she gained a bunch back when she went back to "normal" food.

WeezerMonkey said...

I had no idea that pilates was today's term for Medieval torture.

ssinca said...

I tried NS, I think I lasted for 2 days.

::barf::

GL!

wan-nabe said...

you were my last "i don't exercise" buddy.

damn.

NorCalMrs said...

Do you get a discount if more people go? I'd be interested in doing it too! Do you hurt all over? I've heard it works all your muscles.

Ann Marie said...

Yay for pilates! Just a word of advice: you'll still need to do cardio to lose weight. I've been doing pilates since March of last year, and while I've tightened up and lost some inches the number on the scale hasn't moved much (and it needs to). I love pilates, but loathe cardio. :-(

dapotato said...

short and sweet!

 
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