A wonderful blogger over at Things I Can’t Say has penned Wednesdays as pour your heart out Wednesdays. Click the link above to learn more and read other posts!
Here is my heart today:
Ok so after eating all kinds of junk this past weekend, having the classic junk food facial break out, and tipping the scales at my highest weight non-preggers, I have restarted Weight Watchers. Ahh yes, counting points, exercising to get more points and saving up bonus points for a splurge! However, this time, unlike the others, I am NOT going to criticize myself or make negative comments.
I had a great opportunity to practice this “silencing the negative” when my husband zipped up my favorite black and white sundress this weekend. He had a little struggle and ended up having to two-hand it! When he finally got it zipped, everything moved up just like a push-up popcicle!
Ohh! These were my favs growing up but it wasn’t fun to feel like one!
You get my drift, my boobs were in my throat. Seriously? I felt like an uncomfortable stuffed sausage but I did not say a word. I did roll my eyes but not a word. “It’s ok, It’s ok,” I kept telling myself.
I have decided to treat Katina (me) the way I treat others. I may notice that a girlfriend has picked up weight but I certainly would not remind her about it everytime I see her! Reality is: several of my pants are tight in the waist so I am taking action to correct this–that’s it. I am going to drink water, exercise, give my best at counting points and be totally forgiving when I have an off day. I am STILL Mom Sexy–thanks Mommyologist!
We had to travel about 3 hours from home last night, so we let the girls choose our dinner restaurant for being such good riders. Of course they chose KFC! I made the best of it and I did pretty good! I had grilled chicken and green beans. I gave the biscuit to hubby! The best part of it was the family quality time! The KFC in our town does NOT have this cool statue. I couldn’t resist.
Ephesians 4:29 (English Standard Version)
29Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.