Okay, so I guess you guys are wondering why I'm writing a little early. Come on, I know you're at least a little curious. Really, this isn't much of a joking matter.
I figured I'd go ahead and write a little early because I kinda have a bone to pick. Seeing as I highly doubt my weight will drastically drop in a day, I'll go ahead and write now. I'll go ahead and admit that I have gained weight back this past week. I'm up to 246. No, you don't need to get your eyes checked and it's not a typo. I gained 10 pounds back this last week. I didn't go to the gym due to some slackage on my behalf (obviously, as it couldn't be on anyone else's behalf). No, I haven't made the best food choices this past week either. But I'd like to believe that I didn't go absolutely crazy and eat everything in sight either. My previously stated bone to pick is that I think it absolutely, positively SUCKS that I give in a little and I gain a lot. I know it's all on me...I mean, no one else can lose my weight for me. But it's not fair that there are others that can eat just about everything in sight and hardly gain an ounce.
Take Eric for example (sorry Eric, you're the first one that comes to mind...no offense). Now, I don't know what he does or eats now (I know being in the military you have to be in shape and I know you have a gym membership and I know that your wife cooks REALLY healthy). But I remember in high school he would get two, sometimes three lunches and clean his tray. I realize that men and women have different metabolisms and the like, so there's really no comparison. But I have female friends that eat either all the time it seems, or at least what they do eat isn't always healthy. So why can they stay a size 4 and I can't get below a size 18?! It's so freakin' frustrating and completely bums me out!!!!!!!
I'm gonna try harder, redouble my efforts and get back in the gym again, but that's not exactly the point I'm trying to make. I know life's not fair, but I'm just so fed up.
Sorry, faithful followers. I just needed to rant a bit. I'll be okay.