[QUOTE=canuck416;991210]Pissing off my wife...Just realized I haven't had a cold, allergies or the flu since I started Paleo. My wife who eats what would be considered healthy in a CW way, has not gone totally Paleo. She is a teacher and often picks up a cold or mild flu from her students. Normally I would have ended up getting sick as well, not now. It's beginning to irritate her...Ha Ha![/QUOTE]
I'm totally with you on this one....my wife is a teacher too and follows a cw approach to her diet....she picks up a number of bugs every year, especially over the winter period.....i have not had a decent bug for over a year and I am immune suppressed to a certain degree because of my methotrexate (for arthritis)...maybe I will be able to lower the dose one day as I hate being reliant on it to control my disease.I do have one secret weapon though.....if I start to feel a sore throat or any other early signs of illness, I get the bike out of the shed and go thrash myself for 30miles or so....gets the temperature up and creates a false fever to kill any bugs.
All this bacon is making my abs too ripped. I should probably dial it back a little.
I keep losing inches off my boobs.
Why god, why?!?
The jeans I bought a few weeks ago (which were oh-so-slightly too small when I got them) can now be taken off without unzipping/unbuttoning... and that's fresh out of the dryer, so no "I've been wearing these all day" stretch.
I've always had the curvy figure with large muscular butt/thighs, small waist and big shoulders... shoulderpads were an absolutely HORRIBLE look for me in the 80's/90's when they were in practically every women's shirt...
I'm right there with y'all on clothes looking/fitting strange - I'm going to have to learn how to sew better. *sigh*
Buying a suit was an experience. Apparently working women have a large beer gut and pencil legs. I finally found seperates. Had to get an 8 jacket to fit my waist and a 14 skirt that needs to be taken in at the waist by a few inches to fit my thighs. It was humorous trying on tent like jackets over hooker skirts.
I think there is nothing wrong with us... they just make clothes for wheat bellies. I'm going to start a line called "Gluten Free for Women with Waistlines"
I think there is nothing wrong with us... [B][U]they just make clothes for wheat bellies[/U][/B]. I'm going to start a line called "Gluten Free for Women with Waistlines"[/QUOTE]
OMG! The TRUTH!!!
Huge gaping waistlines and no butt or thigh room? WTF?
How is that a normal shape for a woman?
It looks like a maternity cut!
I am not sad that my waist is shrinking while my butt is staying round... and neither is my husband. It does make finding pants that FIT really hard though. :rolleyes:
Not noticing how many small bruises and scrapes I've accumulated from lugging random weights around with me... until I see them in the evening and wonder how many people must now think I suffer domestic abuse. :p
[QUOTE=Kochin;1012973]Not noticing how many small bruises and scrapes I've accumulated from lugging random weights around with me... until I see them in the evening and wonder how many people must now think I suffer domestic abuse. :p[/QUOTE]
All my shin bruises! Lady Deadlift is a harsh mistress.
Measured today to buy a new bathing suit. now I'm in between small and medium. 26.5 inches on the waist, and 27 on the hips, with a D-cup, makes for a med-large top and a sm-med bottom, but i can't seem to order separates? :P
Zoebird, Victorias Secret does seperates and they are nice suits.