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I suck at being a Virgo. Outside of my curious love of office supplies and little small bowl and organizational systems .... okay maybe I don't so much SUCK at being a Virgo. Really I am the product of what happens when Virgo meets ADD.  I love plans, I love making detailed little plans. And then when I can't follow them I freak out and feel like a failure.  So survival means skipping the plans and winging it. I don't have a cute red dress hanging outside my closet to fixate on. I don't have a size I want to be. I don't have a some weight that I picked because it sounded good, or because someone's math told me it was the right weight for my height.  And contrary to what the motivationalists will tell you - this is a good thing for me. Which isn't to say I have NO goals - I would have to have much better access to much more fun chemicals to lose that ability.  And I won't even say my goals are small or modest. But they are more nebulous. That might come back to bite me later - or later the goals might get more concrete. Or maybe someday i'll just decide that I've gotten there. There will not be mantras involved in getting there. Someday they might invent "motivation for cynics" - but I haven't found a version yet that doesn't make me want to gag. I think wanting to do it is going to have to be enough. So currently the plan and goal - is to go. Meaning go to the health club and do "something". Something is not going to be very defined - at least for a while. Get to the club, if there is a class that is interesting - take it, if not, do something else.  (I know, strangely logical) So far that is panning out to about two classes a week (pilates or yoga) and two days of treadmill/bike/elliptical/aerobic thingie plus some circuit machines and stretching. When I come back from vacation at the end of March i hope to add swimming in there. But vainly, I don't want to do too much chlorinated pool blended with funky hair dye before going to see the family I rarely see. So that is the plan ...

Funny enough – the fat girl has some hangups about exercise

Seriously - and to me some of them sound kind of twisty - but S. who actually knows some of the people involved says they make some sense. A. When I start making a plan and goals, if I don't meet them perfectly, I then use it as an excuse to not continue. And once I start planning, I start micro-managing - thus leaving me endless opportunities to fail to meet the plan. This affects way more things that exercise - but as one can imagine especially with something like exercise  where I have sort of a love/hate relationship  with it anyway. It can make an impact. B. This one is more weight than exercise -  My parents, society, stupid beauty norms - they all say i should lose weight. And I mostly say - fuck that.  The fact of the matter is - my mom bugged me about my weight when i had a 28" waist and weighed 110 pounds. (And seriously if I had  weight problem at 5' 3" 110lbs and DD chest - I'll eat a bucket of worms) I hated her hangup about my weight, and to me, I feel like I never learned how to normally limit my own weight, because I have been running fast away from someone else trying to control it.  I now weight twice that much (that was in high school). But seriously - I HATE getting approval from any place my brain has determined as "establishment" for something that makes me more "normal".  The most dangerous time for me when losing weight is when my family starts noticing, and giving me praise. I feel like a sell-out.  And then the only thing they'll want to talk about is what I am doing to lose weight.  I realize that logic doesn't enter much in here, but I can't escape the feeling that I am suffocating just remembering a family gathering the last time I lost any serious amount of weight. C. Not surprisingly, my parents love to be active,  exercise, love to be in shape, watch what they eat, follow nutrition fads - they do the whole thing. My dad was a marathon runner, then he did 100 mile bike races, now he lifts weights and does rowing machines (I think i am right about the machines). My mom used to do 1/2 marathons, goes aerobic walking, does yoga and tai-bo and step aerobics etc.  They both have my whole life. I don't ever remember enjoying it. Which isn't to say I didn't do my share of activities when I was younger, I swam competitively (although I rarely cared if I won), and loved to dance. But my parents would go cross country skiing, and so can't contemplate that one might not enjoy it, that they don't remember me not enjoying it. (You'd have thought the crying was an indicator - but if I tell them that now, they'll tell me I am just being dramatic.) To me quite a bit of "exercise" like activities are associated with aches and pains, and being left behind, and boring pointless repetition. D. I think I've spent the last year in a circle mantra - "I am going to have to start exercising, because I am not going to do a ton about the way I eat." "I am going to have to change the way I eat, because I don't see myself exercising."   - Its frustrating knowing that the way one is treating their body isn't good for it, but not being able to figure out a way to change it that will work.  I tend to think in ways that are BIG CHANGE BIG CHANGE, and tend to miss the ways one can do series of small changes. that is sort of the short list - followed by - "Damn, have you seen what they charge fat women for work out clothes?" "Really, fat people can be athletically fit?" "No, I'm sorry I can't make that pose, my tits are in the way!" "What do you mean, you would like a sports bra that will keep you from putting an eye out?!" so getting over, around, above etc all of that and walking in the door of the club - well WHEEEE!  and NO this isn't a "You should feel bad for me" type post. But if I am going to keep posting about working out - I want folks to know where I am coming from, and why I make some of the weird seeming choices I make about how I approach it.

Updatey stuff

1st - I haven't mentioned it here yet, but weekend before last Mom took a spill down the stairs while watching the kids at E and D's house. She turned her ankle around in a way human bones weren't meant to go. End result - spiral fracture of both the tibia and fibula. For a while we thought she might avoid surgery, but Monday they decided to put pins and plates in. She had the surgery yesterday evening. So far she is having a lot of trouble managing the pain with out heavy pain meds, and had a restless night at the hospital. My dad is posting regular updates on facebook.

2nd -  I have a new phone number - (847) 693-7951  this number doesn't replace any other number except that it should ring both my home and cell, and any other place I set it to as well.

3rd - As a reminder I read LJ regularly, I post at my blog which cross-posts to LJ and dreamwidth. I try to keep up on twitter, and post occasionally. But I almost never read or update at facebook, so please if you've mostly migrated over to FB, email me if you need me to know something, please don't assume I'll see it if you post it only at FB.

4th - Summer is eating me alive, I can't figure out how it got to be late July already.

5th - I want to see harry potter, go to botanic gardens, clean house, garden, play some games, relax

6th - I am designing a pair of socks that I am very excited about.

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