Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Willing To Go To Any Length - NOT!

This morning - after major portion distortion yesterday - I was back up to the hated number 211.

I was bummed. But not so bummed that I was willing to go to any length to lose pounds.

I was not willing to have a stomach virus. But, I apparently wasn't very clear about that when sending out the whine-vibes.

Because that's where I am now. After throwing up in my drive-way and my garbage disposal, I'm in bed next to a trashcan, frantically Facebooking and blogging between dry heaving. Pleasant, huh....

You can make me barf but you can't make me turn off my social. Or make me quit blurting out verbal ca-ca.

And, that's the actual purpose of today's blog - to tell you about someone else's blog that Tara Adams told me about. This lady's latest post is the best description of my personality that I've ever come across! Read her post Sisterhood of The Blurt (http://peripheralimages.blogspot.com/). Then tell me if you're a card-carrying member of the Sisterhood, too!

Love,
Sicko (in more ways than one today)

5 comments:

  1. Feel better soon. And yes I am jealous of your potential weight loss even if it is in an unpleasant weigh~~~way.

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  2. Thank you so much for the shout-out! I'm glad I'm not alone in my Blurt-dom. I really do try to keep it under wraps as much as possible, but alas...
    So sorry you're sick, but here's a random blurted sicko fact for you - as much as I loathe being sick to my stomach, I always revel in that first day when you start to feel better and you're walking around on those little timid Bambi legs, a little bit afraid to eat anything and you feel all empty and squeaky clean inside. Maybe that's just me. It's kinda sick.

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  3. Awww, do take care of yourself...I always wish I woule get a case of the stomach flu to lose a few pounds...but it never happens; I'm so healthy!
    I do hope you feel better!

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  4. Fellow blurter reporting in! I always thought I was just one of the few weird ones. It started way back...a friend in high school once said, I wish I could say whatever I wanted at random regardless of who is around. Complement or insult?!?!

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    1. Wendie, your post made me laugh! I had a similar interaction with a friend soon after high school. She said, "You're the way I've always been afraid of being. But, now that I see how you are, I think it might have been OK to be that way."
      Like you..... compliment or insult?

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