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Thursday, June 01, 2006

I'M ENGAAAAAGED!!!!

And as such I have about two months to completely plan a wedding, honeymoon and oh yeah, sew the dress. Glutton? Who cares, I'M ENGAAAAGED!!!! If you haven't seen the Friends episode where Monica gets engaged, well, watch it. So funny. Now back to me, Bridezilla. Oh, I also need to magically tone my arms to Meg Ryan-Jennifer Aniston standards, get my thighs to look like Jean Grey in X-Men 3... (have you seen the part where she is blowing off doors as she walks around in small clothes? Hot)... and lose anywhere from 10 to 15 pounds. Oh sure, it could happen. Only if by sewing enough to finish the dress in time I will not have time to eat.
So today I pose this question to you all.
Is there any worse feeling than hating your body or feeling overweight, and feeling ravenously hungry at the same time?
Maybe being in the hole and wanting fancy shoes or something, except in that situation the choice is made for you.
Eating and self-control is just a mean crossroads to be at.

3 comments:

Mike said...

Congrats on the engagement!

Ah, the pre-wedding diet. lots of friends have done it, and sometimes it works. But for those who had the most success, they gained the most after they got married of all those who attempted it.

So, I say just don't worry about it.

Lianne said...

Congratulations.

Remember, he loves you enough now to marry you, it doesn't matter what you look like on your wedding day. don't make yourself sick trying to look perfect... he'll still love you when your fat and 50 like me.

:)

Ninny Beth said...

WEEEEE HAWWWWW! we can diet together except that your diet will be about having sex and mine will be about not having my internet boyfriend vomit upon my disembarkment (I just made that word up) from the cross atlantic flight. I'm so excited for you. I will attend the wedding but only in cyberspace since we never actually hang out.

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