Monthly Archives: August 2010

8/30/2010

Sometimes a fat girl needs options. And none of these options include food. I have to say going for walks most days feels great. Let’s hope that the weather holds up, then it’s back to the gym and the treadmill. … Continue reading

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8/29/2010

Here I am, alone on Saturday night. I tried watching T.V., but got bored and so here I am writing this post. The thing about being a fat girl is that it can be a lonely existence. You’ve made it … Continue reading

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8/27/2010

I didn’t go for a walk today. I figured I needed a day off from walking many days in a row. I love walks. They really clear my head, plus I just zone out on my I-pod and the two … Continue reading

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8/26/2010

Today I was in such a great mood that I skipped the last five blocks home this evening. And no, I was not drunk. This fat girl is happy. I don’t even know why, but I am. It feels great. … Continue reading

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8/24/2010

Being fat and having a gorgeous best friend is hell. You love her, but hate the fact that she is tall, dark-haired, green-eyed and thin.  Well, maybe you just hate the fact that she’s thin. And now married and you … Continue reading

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8/23/2010

Once a junkie always a junkie. With food that is people! So I’ve started to notice that all my clothes are loose and baggy! Yay! To be honest I still eat McDonald’s too. But I’ve been working out like crazy … Continue reading

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8/22/2010

So here I am. Alone and trippin. I can’t get over being called a borderline stalker. Man I really like this boy. He is a writer and I’ve been keeping track of his work for years. The biggest insult was … Continue reading

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