Thursday, November 19, 2009

Setting a Goal

I am tired of being tired.  Tired of being fat.  Ok, I'm not really all that big.  I do barely hit the tape measure at five foot, though and when you weight what I do (no ones business)  you are a little chunky.  Sean is the best husband ever and tells me that I look good just as I am, but I don't feel good.  I don't fit into my clothes right anymore.  I still have never worn that adorable pair of AE jeans I bought right before finding out I was preggers with Kati.

Geez!  That means that they have been hanging in my closet being so lonely for almost two years.  **shedding a quiet tear**

So now I am setting a goal.  It's not going to be a big goal, but a goal none the less.  I hope it won't be so overwhelming if I start small.  I'm going to get my big round butt back up on the Wii fitness board and get busy.  I really love doing it, but slacked off a LOT.  Yeah, I completely stopped doing it.  Hopefully I will eventually be going from this...

to this

I guess I better go to bed now... 5:00 comes pretty early.  Wish me luck!!

1 comment:

Jammi Palmer said...

amy! a few months after i started working from home to spend more time w the kids, when korb was about 6 mo old, i went thru all the same emotions that you are going thru. so, i set a goal. i started counting fat grams and calories {my own little make-shift-weight watchers}..something i had NEVER done before. and it took a little time but by the end of the summer i had lost 20 lbs! and more importantly changed my eating habits. and i felt so accomplished because i did it all by myself! you can do it! and we will all be rooting for you. =) not because we think you need to lose anything. youre beautiful just the way you are! but because you want to and we all need a little encouragement.