Accidental Diet

By , April 28, 2005

Today I went in for my annual physical. I am in perfect health, but I’ve lost 20 pounds in the last six weeks. I was on the thin side to begin with (6’3 185 lbs.) so this is not exactly a good thing. This whole “missing Fizzy” thing is the first time in my life that something has really gotten to me so drastically. I need to worry less and eat more.

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8 Responses to “Accidental Diet”

  1. badxmaru says:

    so how does one get on the fizzy diet without having a fizzy of one’s own?
    stay dry up there! weird having rain end of april.

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  2. badxmaru says:

    well i’m more in sunnyvale mt. view
    i think the climates are quite different, i get almost south bay weather, not enough wind off the bay to sneak over to me
    take your time working through things
    i remember losing a lot of weight when my situation changed too.
    then gaining it back when i got comfy again.
    i’m sorta like a fat dog.

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  3. anglestar23 says:

    hey thats cool. keep it up!

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    Peasprout Reply:

    @anglestar23, uhh, thanks?

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    anglestar23 Reply:

    @Peasprout, hey its okay that u had alot of posts about Fizzy. its natural. :)

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  4. badxmaru says:

    yeah sounds like you’re going through some rough times
    i don’t know what to say, but that I’m reading this
    and yeah
    i can see how it sucks.
    stay cool hombre.

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  5. Hey. Thanks for your comment on my site. It’s nice to know that people actually do read my entries from time to time, you know? Anyways, I like your site, and I can definately relate to your post. I just wonder what should be done if that person is no longer the most important in your life. And what if you aren’t getting what you need from that person (like support), is there any reason to try and change so that you no longer require that support? Oh well I am all confused now. What I basically wanted to say was thank you and that it is nice to know that what I am going through is not all that unique. It puts things in perspective.

    Christie

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  6. Loved. I would definately rather be loved than feared. Fear is not something that nourishes people and I feel like I would rather be able to impart something to the people around me that will stick. Plus I think fear leads to hate, and I definately do not want to be hated or inspire hate in other people. I am not sure if I am making sense.

    Christie

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