OK, today I’m shifting this a gear. I’ve been reading some other people’s blogs and decide this one needs a purpose.
Here is the goal – to be off my happy pills, 10 kgs lighter and in some form of regular exercise regime.
Once all this is achieved, then we are going for baby #3 (and maybe even baby #4, depending on how we survive #3 – on all manner of levels).
So – this is now going to become my journal of progress (or regress) in all its gore.
Had a great weekend. It was our 6 year wedding anniversary on Saturday, and while AB had to work and we were too tired to go out/do anything that night, we had a delicious dinner with the boys and watched tele. Quite a life I know.
Yesterday made up for it – went for a bus ride with the boys down to pick up the car from Manly, visited Kill, best from from school who was in town for the weekend – and then dinner and a movie (American Splendour) – much better!!
Loved American Splendour – hilarious in its ordinariness and morbidity. Loved it. There is one scene early on when he looks at his reflection and a cartoon comes up saying something like “regularly disappointing” – hah! Welcome to my world.
Other fabulous films: (that I can think of off the top of my head)
O brother where art thou?
Being John Malcovich
Cheesy movies that I love – and won’t hear a bad word about
Anything with Meg Ryan and the words ‘romantic comedy’ in the precis
Books that changed my life – or showed me it didn’t have to be how it is…
The Fountainhead – Ayn Rand
Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
Anything by Chuck Palahniuck in particular Survivor, Choke and Invisible Monsters.
Skinny Legs and All – Tom Robbins
As I lay dying – William Faulkner
To Kill a Mockingbird – man, this wasÂ life altering.
The above listings will be discussed in greater detail over time.
What I’ve eaten today –
Two slices of toast with 400g tin of baked beans in ham sauce
One mini Violet Crumble bar
Cup of miso soup
Exercise so far – (at 2.40pm)