No scale, no mirrors

I’ve officially moved.  Am still trying to organize my stuff, haven’t gotten to the gym yet on this side, will likely do that tomorrow.  Maybe tonight.  I have no room for bathroom scale, so it is gone.  I’ll have to do that at gym.  Nor do I have big mirrored closets, only the vanity mirror, so will have to buy a full length mirror.  This place is so tiny!

Anyway, just busy, not much going on.  I’m finally here enough to start sort of using my kitchen.  I ate on the run for days, it got to the point where I was so dying for fresh veggies that I munched on a head of red cabbage.  Felt insane, but moving was so stressful.   I would like to make an addendum to an earlier post, regarding a friend who I hadn’t seen in a few years, So why aren’t you fat anymore? That friend blew out his knee playing frisbee, had to have surgery, can’t walk for four months.  ‘Nuff said.


6 Responses to “No scale, no mirrors”

  1. August 17, 2009 at 6:31 pm

    Glad you’re getting settled in! Moving IS stressful! I usually have a meltdown at about the halfway point, complete with tears and such. Then I keep going. 🙂

  2. August 17, 2009 at 8:27 pm

    There is nothing like getting down on a head of cabbage?! Oh my god. I am watching the new Intervention tonight, and I am about to stab my eyes out. I thought you might understand. Sometimes I just have to turn this kind of shit off. Families can really fuck people up!

    Anyway. I am glad you are moved in… even though it isn’t the mostest favoritest place ever. I think it will be good for you financially. Glad to see you back around.

  3. August 18, 2009 at 8:32 am

    I feel your pain regarding moving. I’ve been in my new place for a month, and I’m just NOW starting to feel like it’s mine. *sigh*

  4. August 18, 2009 at 10:13 am

    That’s very exciting! Mirrored closets are such a luxury.

  5. August 19, 2009 at 9:13 am

    Is that supposed to be, giggle,giggle, poor friend? I guess I missed that blog where he said what he said. Some people don’t have an edit or pause button when they speak. I guess it was kind of a compliment?!

  6. August 20, 2009 at 7:38 am

    Cammy-Yes, I had a meltdown or two. So frustrating, I know I had a few times where I could just turn in circles, look at my stuff, and sit on the floor and sob.

    Losing Waist- I haven’t seen that show, sounds awful.

    Marste-Glad you’re finally feeling settled, it may take me a month. So much to do!

    Sagan- Yes, my last place was quite luxurious, I feel like I’m semi-camping here.

    Bobbie – I was amused, not offended at all. Maybe from a thin person, or someone more of a stranger, I might have been, but not him. I’m quite blunt and to the point in my speech, as well, so it doesn’t tend to throw me.

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