Happiness Meme, Day 6

28 01 2009

Today I am happy because everyone in the family is still healthy. It seems no one else caught the little man’s disease.

I am also happy because I have lost 8 pounds over the last two weeks or so (from 177 to 169 pounds). Only 2 pounds to go before I meet my goal of losing 10 pounds for Scale Back Alabama, a program I’ve been doing with some of my coworkers. I’ve been exercising more, eating better, and feeling better.

Cracker’s last album, Greenland, also makes me happy. I only found out about this one recently. It went under the radar somehow when it came out in 2006. Great album.

Now I’m off to try to write some words.

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40 responses

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.

I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

Glad to hear about the recovery.
I’ve been 170lbs since I was 17, more than half my life now. I don’t eat as much as I used to, back when I’d spend 3-4 hours in the weight room and bike out into the country. I set fitness goals. This winter, I’m working on push ups.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…
If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.
For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.
All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I normally don’t worry about weight so much. It’s just a number. But I did pack on a few over the holidays.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
bearleyport

I wasn’t worried about you, but this emphasis on the number…

If people want to lose weight, why don’t they lose a limb? If they want to get healthy, there are no short cuts.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

29 01 2009
southernweirdo

I feel the same way.

For example, that dreaded BMI # does not take into account muscle mass. A few of the guys at work I work out with on occassion all are overweight per the BMI scale, but not a single one of them is out of shape.

All the same, if the number encourages people to eat/live healthier, it ain’t all bad.

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