It’s been a while since I last spent an entire Sunday at home and it’s been good (though a bit lonely because my mom’s away again). I’m all caught up on sleep and season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race (so glad Dela got to stay! LOVE her. My other faves are Adore, Bianca, and Joslyn). I’ve also watched a movie (Frances Ha), started a book, bathed the dogs, worked, made dinner, ate dinner on an actual plate on an actual table (as opposed to just dumping everything in a bowl so I can eat in bed), did the dishes and successfully broke a glass pitcher! Go, me.
Now, I’m just finishing this blog entry so I can get back to my book and maybe watch another movie.
Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns) by Mindy Kaling. I’ve had this eBook FOREVER but never actually gotten around to reading it ’til this afternoon.
Nearly three months since my last update! So much has happened since but with work taking up 70% of my waking hours and having a relationship that doesn’t depend on the internet to survive, I’ve no longer felt the need to document my life outside Twitter and Instagram.
Kinda dumb considering life’s pretty happening lately!
So this guy and I went steady last December. It’s been super fun!
Here is a photo of him napping (we spend a lot of time sleeping because we are old and tired):
This is me, taking baby steps and trying to get back into the swing of things!
♥♥♥ Nails perfect for Valentine’s Day! Makes me wish I had pretty nails so I could do this. ♥♥♥
The unthinkable has happened: the word diet (or the battlecry “di nako magra-rice kahit kailan!!!”) is no longer part of my daily vocabulary.
It is the most liberating thing I have ever felt… ever!!!
To eat all the rice I want.
To eat an occasional bag of potato chips and not internally berate myself for it.
To go nuts with beer and not wail about my fratman’s gut for the next few days.
To re-consider stopping by McDonald’s on my way to the office not because it’s fattening, but because it’s shit food.
To have dessert.
It’s really great. I’ve gained some weight but I am oddly more comfortable with my body now. I think I just stopped caring! Someone’s always going to be fatter than I am anyway.
I still have terrible eating habits, though. Skipping meals, eating junk— that sort of thing.
Good thing my buddy, Tin, gave me the gift of Diet Diva! Free food! Meals delivered to me every morning! No reason not to eat! Rice! For one whole week!
This time around, I did Diet Diva just so I could eat like a healthy, normal person.
Here are the things the good folks at Diet Diva put in my tummy last week:
Breakfast: Wheat ensaymada with hot chocolate
Lunch: Beef casserole with red mountain rice
Dinner: Chicken adobo flakes with hard-boiled egg and brown rice
Snack: Vegetable crackers