Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Plateau

I am almost afraid to say it...but I think I'm off it! I saw 202 the other day, which is the lowest weight I've seen yet. I'm waiting, with bated breath, to see a number that starts with 1.

I've been trying to remember when I last saw a number that started with 1. I thought my age also started with 1 the last time I saw a number on the scale that started with 1, but I was wrong. I remember weighing 186 when I was 23 and was maid of honor in my friend's wedding. I remember this (for some stupid reason) because we were the same weight at the time. 23 years old--that's almost TWENTY years ago.

I read somewhere that people who lose a lot of weight tend to experience some of the same emotional stuff they experienced when they were that weight previously. It makes me wonder. I have been in such a funk. Unemployment doesn't help. I've sent out at least fifty resumes. In response, I've had one rejection letter. Yesterday I got excited because I got a callback, but it was just a screening call--they'll call me back if they want an interview. And this is for a temporary receptionist job. Sigh. The holidays were a total loss because I had an epic migraine and was sick for a week and then Mr. Salted was sick and he's still trying to shake whatever it was, and I'm just getting over another migraine.

My first winter quarter class starts tonight--last week's was pushed back a week due to snow. Hopefully being back in class will make me feel less like a waste of space.

2 comments:

Laurie (GastricGirl.com) said...

So sorry about the migraines... they are terrible!! I haven't had one in quite some time, but my doctor had me take some Maxalt, and it worked wonders. A lot of times they have samples at the office..?

I will keep my fingers crossed for you that the wretched plateau has been busted!!!

Xoxo
Laurie

Salted with Shadows said...

I used to take Maxalt, I'm now on Relpax for mine. It's pretty good. I take magnesium and Topamax daily as well and that has cut down on them pretty drastically.

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