Thursday, April 2, 2009

Huh?

OK, so Stud and I went down to the basement as soon as a got home to play with the Wii. (Yes, I DID do it twice in one day, thank you very much!) We actually took the time to make our Miis, which was fun. Anyway, according to this crazy ass game, I've lost 8.2 pounds since Tuesday! What the hell?! Is that even possible? I'm thinking that I must have taken quite a dump this morning. Ok, sorry, I know, that's gross and childish, but seriously, what's up with that? I guess I shouldn't question it, but rather I should just embrace it.

Today I really worked it! I earned enough points to open a few more games, including Super Hula Hoop, which kicked my ass! Literally! My cheeks were killing me, my thighs were burning, ah it was great! Today was the first time Stud tried the Wii Fit, and he was cracking me up. He insisted on playing each game until he beat my score. He's down there right now trying to beat my score on the Step Game. For some reason, he's really having a hard time with it.

OK, I'm apologizing right now for posting so much about this, but I'm just so excited about it. I will try and refrain from anymore Wii posts. At least this week. Oh, who am I kidding, I'll try not to do another until tomorrow. But I can't make any promises....

4 comments:

Florida Girl In Sydney said...

I am also obsessed with the wii fit-- and my five year old goes crazy when we unlock new games. You should see him stand next to me doing the step class-- he claps to the beat and cheers me on. It's nuts.

laughingatchaos said...

Don't put too much stock in the weight thing; somehow I GAINED a pound and a half yesterday to today. I don't think that's possible, since I haven't eaten half a steer.

karengberger said...

ChiTown, I had to come over here and tell you that I saw that Oprah show you mentioned on KBLs post, & it was fascinating. Gregg has claimed for a while now that the social changes around the issue of sexuality have opened the door for just this sort of exploration/experimentation. Not the same as what Suz is talking about, where one KNOWS, and it is just a fact of one's being...but people who are "trying it out," possibly as a "fad," who wouldn't have done so in the past, when there was a stigma attached. Isn't it fascinating? I think it's none of my business what other people do in private...as long as they keep it private!
BTW, amazing weight loss, however you did it!

Carebear said...

I think you are a great sales person because I really want one now. Of course, I have to wait til I pop out baby boy but I am thinking this will help get my ass back in shape.