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Nothing that exciting to report . . .

. . . but does that stop people from posting in their LiveJournals? Heck, no! So why should I let it stop me?

If anybody out there sent pozzies to Tina's son, TJ, suffice to say they worked.

Burned a copy of Pink Moon for Mr. TBH, since he mentioned he'd never heard it all the way through. He seemed to enjoy it. The downside was, I didn't get to see him until late, which meant staying up even later, which meant I was a bit yawny at work today.

Tonight is laundry and bill paying. I've used up the leftover chili, so I'll have to think of something to actually fix for dinner tomorrow. I have to pace out my supplies to last until I leave for Chattanooga this weekend for Chattacon.

Been treadmilling steadily for a few weeks now. Skipping days more infrequently. Started adding one minute per day (planning to work my way up to an hour.) Currently up to thirty-three minutes plus a five minute cool down. Baby steps. Dropped another five pounds when I wasn't looking, which might be a function of my new healthy regimen but might also be a function of the fact that I've finally stopped taking the Zyprexa.

I'm going to wait for the dryer to finish and then go to bed.

Today I took pleasure in the Dandy Warhols song "Bohemian Like You".

Today I learned it didn't take nearly as long to wash the dishes by hand as I thought it might.


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Jan. 25th, 2007 02:12 am (UTC)
You were never heavy to begin with, but I bet it was the Zyprexa. That is an evil drug. Docs are taking the majority of my clients off of that because of diabetes. My shrink is worried about metabolic syndrome now with me taking Seroquel. She wants me to measure my girth every month. All these drugs are messed up in some way.
Jan. 25th, 2007 02:38 am (UTC)
I've never been overweight, even at my heaviest--about 155, on a 5' 8" frame, is average at worst. However, when you were previously 120 or so, it's a bit of a shift.

I'm pretty sure I can trace the weight gain to my Zyprexa prescription. Previously, I figured it was hitting my thirties and my metabolism slowing down.

I'd just like to fit back into my old clothes. Plus, regular exercise helps boost serotonin levels, which will make it easier to wean my way off of the Paxil and be done with the crap.
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