It's Sunday, it's weigh in day. I was 196 this morning. I should be pleased, but I'm not. Who am I kidding. I'm never pleased. I'm hard on myself. On Friday morning, I was 192.5 pounds. I weighed myself 3 times to make sure I was reading the scale correctly. And then I jumped to 199 on Saturday and 196 today. I don't know what the erraticness of the numbers is all about. I'm usually pretty stable. I'm a little less than last week, so I do take some solace in that. But I'm not where I want to be and I don't know why I've stalled. All I can tell you is it's pissing me off. I have a goal in my head and I'm not there yet. I should be pleased that I'm maintaining my sub-200 weight, but when I see something over that number, usually at bedtime, I get upset. I need to chill out about this.
I also need to chill a little bit in the walking department. I walked 10 miles on Friday, 6 miles on Saturday and 8 miles today. I'm starting to get a pain in my left butt cheek and I'm sure all the extra walking isn't helping. I'm thinking it may be a pinched nerve or something. It's not crippling pain, but it does annoy me from time to time. If it keeps up, I'm going to have to make a doctor's appointment, which I don't want to do. I have to call the dentist tomorrow as it is to see if they can fit me in sometime this week. One of my molars is starting to hurt and it feels like my filling has been wearing away. It'll be an easy fix, but I hate it. My bottom teeth are hard to numb up and naturally that's where the hurting tooth is.
I need a vacation. I need one badly. I may feel differently tomorrow, but right this second, I need one. We started talking about the possibility of going back to Disney in the fall. Still trying to see if the funds will be there or not. We're making huge strides in our battle to get out of debt. It's possible that in about two years, we will be completely out of debt. Well, the type of debt that most of us are drowning in. All the credit cards will be paid off. We'll still have the normal debt that people are expected to have... mortgage, car payment, etc. But both cars should be paid off by then, too. Just the thought of being out of debt is really exciting for me. We've never been there. I've been in credit card hell since I got my first card years ago. Ken's been there, too. I'm supposed to review the spreadsheet Ken put together about the possible cost of a vacation and see if we can swing it. Keep your fingers crossed.
Here are some fat pics of me.