Tuesday, 13 April 2010

The Road.

First off sorry for not being very active on your blogs, I've been super busy. I'm too tired to write a flowing post, so I will just note the good points and the bad points. Here goes.

Good point: I built up some courage and took a salsa class which was so fun! I've been meaning to go for ages and have been too scared about being rubbish.

Good point: I just ate some starburst sweets! Yum :)

Bad point: Back to school, which is stressful at the moment since we only have 7 weeks of school left until study leave then FINAL exams! Argh!!

Bad point: My food intake is going down...I can see it happening in front of me...not having snacks (which is why eating the starbucks is a good point!), weighing myself daily. Unfortunately I am feeling super fat. My Mum pointed out that my stomach is looking quite big recently. She's not being mean, just honest.

Bad(ish) point: You know that guy I had a crush on? The ex? Not crushing on him so much anymore. He slept with my friend. I put bad(ish) because at least it sorts out how I feel about him!

OOHHHH by the way for all you book worms The Road by Cormac Mccarthy is an AMAZING book. So haunting (don't read it at night...I was petrified!) It's very well written, very unusual. But don't read it if you scare easily!!

Love you all, thank you so much for all the support.


sunshine said...

Ooh, The Road...I haven't read it but I have seen the film. The film is a little slow going tbh and very depressing but worth seeing :)

Good on you for trying the salsa class and having those starbucks sweets, that's soo positive.

No snacks probably isn't the way forward but don't beat yourself up over it cause it's not the end of the world either, three meals is probably the main thing to focus on.

I'm being a hypocrit...my food intake is emm, rubbish. So sorry!

Love xx

mariposai said...

Good for you having the starburst (or Opal Fruits as they were back in my day!), but don't deprive yourself hun, you have deserve to eat sufficient food to give you the energy you need. It's easy to get caught in the trap of gradually cutting things out. It becomes addictive, so be super vigilant, especially with the stress of upcoming exams. Proper nourishment will help you get through it!

Also well done for the salsa class - always fancied trying that myself...and I'm liking the new pink background - groovy ;)

Sarah x

Sairs said...

when I think of me and salsa, I see major disaster, I am really clumsy, lol. Actually I think I'd more of a tornado. I like you're new blog background too :-)

Jessie said...

Good for you for taking the salsa class! That sounds like fun. And at least your feelings about the ex are sorted out now even if not in the way you might have wanted.

And I love The Road--and pretty much everything by Cormac McCarthy!