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Monday, November 28, 2005

I want a perfect body, and a matching soul...

'This is a dangerous time for you, when you will be tempted by the dark side of the force food'

Between Halloween and my vacation to St. Thomas, I had packed on a few pounds, but I managed to get it back off before Thanksgiving.

The day before Thanksgiving I was back down to my summertime weight. Now, in the short span since Thanksgiving, I've managed to gain all that weight back. I am a fat fuck and now it all needs to come off before Christmas.

This time of year is always tough on the old diet-plan. There's too many goodies around and too many excuses to eat them. Its kind of frustrating how easily I can put the weight on but how difficult it is for me to get it back off, but that's just me. I've got the metabolism of a maple tree. Thanks God.

I've had a very hard time getting my lazy bonez out of bed at the ungodly hour of 5:30 AM to go out and walk 2 miles in the oh-so-inviting darkness. (Of course, going to bed before 10:30 at night would probably help...) I need to get back on the program and stop with the goodies at night.


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the metabolism of a maple tree? thats a good one!

Ha ha! Sad but true... ;-i

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