This month’s Transformation Tuesday post that’s posted on a Wednesday is a celebration of non-scale victories (NSVs).
Which is not to say that I don’t have any victories of the scale to report; weight loss continues to happen.
It’s just that this post by Slimming B’Simscha reminded me that the stuff you don’t see on the scale is, in many ways, more important.
So let me tell you about some of the latest non-scale victories I’ve been experiencing that have been making me feel amazing:
It’s Gina’s birthday! She’s 27 years old today.
Gina was my second baby and she was about as easy as it gets. I had another textbook pregnancy with her and she arrived two days before her official due date. Thanks to assiduous oiling and massage, there was no episiotomy and not even any tearing. She was born at around 10 am and we were both home by dinner time.
When it comes to producing babies, it really doesn’t get any easier than that.
Gina was a darling, amazingly cute little kid. She was very different from her little sister, in that she took everything extremely seriously. She had to kind of grow into her sense of humor. I never had any problem with that because I, evil person that I am, had enough of a sense of humor for both of us. I spent a lot of time laughing at Gina when she was little. She didn’t know it, of course; I’m evil but I’m not cruel. Continue reading
I haven’t been in here in a while, for which I humbly apologize.
I have had to be all stressed out about money and trying to keep things turned on — or not — what with the little bit of money I’m making from teaching and the two young men I live with eating like there’s no tomorrow.
“Boys will be boys.” Yeah, okay.
Latest household excitement: Sammy the Cat was missing. We couldn’t find her anywhere. I seriously thought that she was gone and was trying to figure out how I was going to break the news to my daughters. How did we find her? Well, I opened the new bag of cat food and went to feed them. She reappeared, like magic. Where had she been? Continue reading