Once upon a time there was a girl with an eating disorder trying to find a balance between the good and the bad. She has to deal with the evil demons inside her head, dragons roaring in her stomach, dwarves, giants, fairies and tons of guys pretending to be the knight in shiny armor.
Sunday, 30 May 2010
Don't rain on my parade.
Don't tell me not to live, just sit and putter Life's candy and the sun's a ball of butter Don't bring around a cloud to rain on my parade.
Last two days have been so amazing, had such amazing fun. I am feeling happy and content, and because I am, I don't feel the urge to eat.
I'm booking success once again, losing weight and feeling comfortable. I am hungry all the time and dizzy, but that doesn't really matter as long as people walk towards me, in a loud club and tell me they think I look hot. Random people, total strangers and people I hadn't seen in a while walked up to me, telling how good I looked.
My lovely boyfriend send me a text saying that I looked prettier than ever and that he was lucky to have me. *bursts out into girly giggles*.
I lost another 3 kilograms, which is surely a good thing because I had probably gained as much, the new workout plan is honestly working out though, I look thinner without eating less.
I feel confident, I really do. This guy told me that he thought skinny people were ugly, and that girls who wanted to lose weight all the time were weak, ugly, bitches.
I kept my calm and smiled though, mentioning all of his previous girlfriends who were thin, skinny, wanted to lose more weight, or at least said they wanted to.
I think this thing is really starting to work out for me. Ohhh! And my mum's taking me to the We Will Rock You musical this fall! So happy!!
So hopefully no one is gonna rain on my parade today and kill my buzz, even though it's pouring outside and I hate rain, nothing can stop my day from being brilliant.
Oh and to everyone who hasn't seen Sex and the City 2, it's a must! Take all your girlfriends for a night out, wear those high heels and drink a cocktail or two, we deserve it for all the hard work and all the suffering we're putting ourselves through for the desire to be thin.