Posted in July 2012

Vegetarians – best you look away…

Vegetarians – best you look away…

I’ve had an oopsie.  A delicious oopsie, but an oopsie none the less (okay, maybe more than one…).  It has involved at least half a cow, some fantastic pork, and some of the most amazing wine that has passed my lips in quite a while.  Lets not forget the brioche and custard and… I’m just … Continue reading

A little bit of crazy

A little bit of crazy

Today is ‘weigh-in-Wednesday’ for the 12WBT.  I weighed in.  I’ve not lost a gram (I’ve also not gained anything – so glass half-full of me!).  This is becoming so ground-hog. I had a physio appointment with Rugby Boy  today.  Among other things, he has poo-pooed increasing the running distance for a while.  I believe I … Continue reading

I once wore a parachute

I once wore a parachute

My clothes are starting to develop some additional room.  My underpants are beginning to fit properly again.  My rather ample cleavage is starting to shrink (and not soon enough, might I add).  The bulge that some of my awfully crude friends would refer to on other people as a ‘gunt’ (not me, I would never … Continue reading

I’ve got my groove on.

I have found my groove.  I am loving it.  This is going to be one of those posts about how fabulous this program is, I can just feel it (in my aching left foot predominately right now).  So, if you do not wish to read me being evangelical, I suggest you leave this page. Now. … Continue reading

My life in calorie deficit

My life in calorie deficit

There have been tears today. Mine. I called the Devil this morning blubbering like a school girl at a One Direction concert. Why, you ask?  As previously mentioned, Wednesday is weigh in day on the 12WBT.  I took to those scales this morning relatively confident I had to have lost at least half, probably a … Continue reading

You drink, you pee. A lot.

You drink, you pee. A lot.

Oh. My. God. I drink so much water I think my organs are drowning (is that even possible?).  Not that this is really anything terribly new, I’ve always  been quite partial to the stuff.  I’m lucky enough to live in a city where the water is exceptional.  Nothing beats coming home from a trip interstate … Continue reading