Okay, this is not at all helpful by like, tomorrow, but I am in the same boat as you, kind of, so I feel compelled to share my story. After baby #4, I pretty quickly lost down to about 133, which is where I still am. Now, I eat healthy (mostly), and I walk (A LOT), and I know that I look fine (to everyone but me). But it would be nice to lose a few pounds, and yet, I seem to be stuck here. So I have recently decided to start running 5 miles every day instead of walking (mostly just to get in shape, not necessarily for weight loss), and I am signing up to do a half marathon at Disney World in January. How's that for incentive? So, I have only been doing the running thing (instead of walking) for three days, and I can already tell a difference. I am going to be in awesome shape. I know it! At least I think I know it. Anyway, I can't help but lose a few pounds if I am running 5 miles at the crack of dawn every day while preparing for a half marathon, right??? Please tell me I am right. Oh, and from the options you have listed, I think the leg amputation is the only one that would give the immediacy of results that you require. By tomorrow.And for some reason, I can't get my comment to post under my profile or whatever. It's not your page's fault. It's mine. Not sure what I am doing wrong. But that's another issue.
@Jennifer LeonardI'm going to say yes, you're right, that will work. In fact if people don't REGULARLY confuse you with Gisele Bundchen after all this is over, it's simply not worth it. So let me know how that goes. :) Me, I'm leaning towards sacrificing a leg.
I think we're going to have to go with the leg amputation at this point. Can you get that scheduled before midnight? How will you choose which leg? Oh, dear. Even this option seems less than perfect.Mom
Leg amputation would work, but what about her gut?
I have reason to believe Anonymous #2 is tHe Original Guido. Ladies and gentlemen, the love of my life.
And he's right. Leg amputation unfortunately does not address the problem areas, as my leg is really not the issue. At this point though, i'm mostly concerned with keeping my promise, which was that I would lose 20 pounds, not that I would look good when it was gone. Sacrifices must be made.
Pick a friend who won't turn 30 for 6 mos to a year and then tell everyone one you meant when That Person turned 30. Then eat less, exercise more, stay away from sugar, alcohol, and fast food.
@AlyssaGisele Bundchen? Yes, I like the sound of that. :)
I like Nysha's idea. When does Angela turn 30?
I LOVE Nysha's idea. Except I'm taking it a step further...I'm going to pretend I said I'll lose 20 pounds before my DAUGHTER turns 30! Now I can spend 24 years and a few months eating donuts and McNuggets freely (not together. You're so gross) and THEN schedule the leg amputation! I mean, I probably won't be in any shape to be walking around at 55 anyway, right? So I won't even miss it.Dude, this plan is flawless. I have the best, most helpful readers.Also? Puh-lease. Angela has been 30 for months. She is much, much, much, MUCH older than me. MUCH.
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