The Me I Never Was

The day will come when I will be able to proclaim with great satisfaction and joy that I lost 160lbs.  I look forward to that day with an anticipation and desire I haven't felt since I knew that one day I would be able to say I married the man of my dreams. (Which I did) I am surprised that I even have to look forward to such an enormous weight loss goal.  Anyone who knew me in my youth would be astounded by the sight of me.  I was always a very athletic person and to think that the girl I was has become the woman I am, shocks even me. 

I left school and married a man who is more science than athletics, and that was the beginning of the end for the fit me.  Unfortunately, I have an extremely co-dependent nature, which means quite simply that if my spouse doesn't exercise; I don't exercise.  On the bright side, I have learned a great deal about quantum mechanics, electromagnatism, and antigravity than I ever would have imagined I could.  (Yet another thing that would shock people who knew me in my youth.) 

So I have decided for the current science saavy me to get to know the youthful, athletic me so that we can become the super smart and sexy me that I have always wanted to be.  When I successfully merge these two parts of me I know without doubt that I will one day be able to say, "I lost 160lbs, I am married to the man of my dreams, and if you like I can explain a quantum tether to you.", at my 25th high school reunion.  Now that is a goal!

takingmylifeback takingmylifeback
41-45, F
1 Response Mar 25, 2009

believe and you will be good luck on your journey....