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Tuesday, January 20, 2004

The person indside waiting to be found....again

No, I'm not talking about an inner child. Unless it's my inner child's energy we're talking about, then it's a different story. But sadly, no, I'm talking about the person inside of me who I used to know, who was thin, full of energy and loving life. I'm not going to turn this into a weight loss blog, but If you don't mind, I'd like to try the approach of writing down a bit of my weight loss journey. Who knows, it just might be the kick I need. To see it, in my face, on the screen, to look back on my words and have no choice to see my progress and move ahead further.

That being said, last night I made it to the gym because there was no school in observation of the holiday. I powerwalked for 30 minutes. It felt great, then I moved on to the other machines. I can't tell you the rush I get after I work out. When I actually can get time to go to the gym, I feel I could workout for hours. But, an injuy from a car accident resulting in a titanium plate in my neck keeps me from doing so. So I'm constanlty reminded so take it easy. Which is frustrating because that's a great reason I gained so much in the first place. But nonetheless, slow and easy is the way for me. But you know, it really occured to me that that's how I need to look at my life right now too. I'm the kind of person who jumps into everything and wants to get it done immediately, then I end up flustered. For instance, I'm getting married in October and I already have 70% of everything done. And I hardly remember most of it because I was so consumed in the fact that I knew so much had to be done, that I completed these tasks without savoring each one. Now, don't get me wrong, I remember. It wasn't like I blacked out or anything, I was just in so much of a rush to get the contract signed, get it booked that I missed the fun of it. I guess my point is that now is a new time for me.

I don't make New Year's Resolutions, but I'm going to try to live my life for myself now, try to enjoy the minutes, hours and days of my life. This blog is going to help me reflect and realize what is to come. I'm going to save this post and hopefully one year from now, I'll be slimmer, healthier, and happier and know that I have lived.

Wow, now that I've let you see a deeper side of me, On with the day! :)


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