I made it! I am under 150! I am wearing long underwear under these flimsy summer pants, is why the pleats don't lie flat. These are the only dress pants that fit, anymore! I can still wear my size large shirts, but it is much more fun to wear size medium shirts such as this cherry colored turtleneck.
I walked the halls for the half hour I had to stay at school after classes yesterday. Scott and I also walked the dogs two miles in the snowy park. It was fun because the snow was crunchy in places and squishy in other places. I love it when snow squishes together under my feet and makes that compressing noise.
I am getting reacquainted with my bones! It feels so odd to me when I am showering and I feel my shoulder bones and ribs while washing. I feel like an extra terrestrial, to myself. It's really weird. All these years I just felt skin and fat while washing. Now I feel bones once again. I had forgotten that feeling. Even washing my hands feels weird.
My plain gold wedding ring would probably fit now, but I can't find it. I am wearing a ring my friend Jeanette gave me back when we were in the renaissance faire together, in 1990 or so. It is a Victorian replica of an Elizabethan ring. It is a little loose. I would rather wear my plain gold wedding band.
Scott told me again yesterday on our walk that I am plenty skinny enough and to stop losing weight already. I explained I want to go to 145 so that I have 5 pounds leeway to for sure stay under 150. I never want to weigh more than 150 ever again.
Here is what I ate yesterday and lost .8 pounds, along with walking about 3 miles:
Small bowl of Special K and vanilla soy milk
Raw carrot sticks and two tablespoons Parmesan spinach dip
3 eggs scrambled with seared red bell pepper and mushrooms, no fat used in preparation
2 powdered sugar cookies (to settle my stomach after eating eggs)
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