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18 April 2004 @ 04:48 pm
I'm not sure why I always expect instant, not to mention stunning, results when I exercise. Yes, I was very bad this week. I ate poorly and exercised not at all. I've gained another few pounds. I understand.

This afternoon I ran two miles and did a heap o'crunches. To my amazement, I weigh exactly what I did this morning! How can that be? Does the scale not realize I ran two miles? Does the scale not grasp the enormity of my renewed commitment to a clean, upstanding and healthy lifestyle?

::hrmpf:: I think I'll go eat a carrot-cupcake.

Ok, I won't. But I will go look at it longingly.
I feel: aggravatedaggravated
I hear: 'Firefly' theme song
Helensilawenyai on April 18th, 2004 04:51 pm (UTC)
...eat it.

*is bad influence and knows it*

I admire your athleticism. I've been telling myself I should run for the past two months...
Kelladyjoust on April 18th, 2004 04:57 pm (UTC)
There's another factor in the mix now. I was inexplicably crampy after my workout. I thought I'd chugged to much water, but no... and now I reallyreally want the cupcake. If I run two miles again tomorrow, I will have it.

As for my athleticism? ::snort!:: I'm just panicking about fitting into a bridesmaid's dress and then into my costume. eep!
Erinkaige_of_ct on April 18th, 2004 07:17 pm (UTC)
You know..technically..

Carrots are vegetables..and vegetables are healthy..

What easier and more convenient way to eat a vegetable than in a cupcake?

Now if only I could rationalize my piece of carvel ice cream cake. Cookie crumb pieces are the work of the devil..
Нелькаnelka35 on April 18th, 2004 08:47 pm (UTC)
I don't run (although I should); but at least I read about it... :)
Kendallmilfsrus on April 19th, 2004 02:04 pm (UTC)
Okay running builds muscle, muscle weighs more than fat. Nuf said.