I just realized that I didn’t go swimming this year. It feels nice to have a good reason to put on a bathing suit. Well, these are actually running shorts. My witchy lady hump never finds bikinis or swim shorts that can fully restrain its greatness, so I’m all for square cut shorts and random bikini tops.
- Bust – 36”
- Waist – 29.5”
- Hips – 38.5”
- Left big toe with adorable glittery fingernail – 3.25” And if I have to discuss the length of my two middle toes, I might have to kill the frog. Stop laughing!
About my weight… I’m somewhere between 118-126 lbs. I’ve been as light as 111lbs (when I first hurt my hip) and 131lbs (while I was working out like a maniac and my legs, back, arms and butt looked like those of a Fantabulous Queen a.k.a. Cogent in drag). I’ll share my exact numbers as soon as I step on a scale.
- Calisthenics – 13 exercises – 13 repetitions – 3 sets – Mon, Wed and Fri
- Crunches – 113 repetitions – 3 sets – Mon, Wed and Fri
- Run – 30 minutes – Mon, Wed and Fri
- Dance – 30 minutes – Sat and Sun
- Water – 3 bottles (60oz) a day (I can’t stand water)
- Make it a point NOT to write my way through meals
Yes, that’s all I’m doing. I refuse to diet. I won’t do any more than this. Dieting is unnatural for this Witch. I like food too much. So you can’t make me. Don’t even try because you’ll lose and I’ll hex you. My sweet French vanilla coffee is sacred, so back off!
*Breathes deeply and visualizes sweet, hot French vanilla coffee* I tend to eat healthy. I’m not crazy about meats. I eat pizza about three times a year, if that. I refuse to spend money on fast food. I love the frozen BBQ wings my Piano Man and I get from the grocery store… in bulk. I adore my weekly box of mangoes. I go weeks without eating bread, but when I do, I can devour half a loaf—I’m not ashamed of it. And no, I won’t stop. However, if I happen to down a loaf of enchanting freshly baked white Italian magic, I’ll add 15 minutes to my next run. And 15 more minutes for any Dulce de Leche ice cream that might go missing on my watch.
I received a few wonderful pieces from Tribal Horse Designs. Stay tuned, for I’ll have a review and giveaway in a few days. The artist included a large orange bead, which has a green and a white smaller beads, attached to it with artfully twisted wire. The moment I saw the trio, I knew they would be perfect for a witch’s ladder.
I thought it would be a wonderful All Hallow’s Eve project, and a great piece to focus my energy on when wishing my friend’s work situation to improve.
13 vibrant beads…
13 loops and a knot…
Endless positive energy…
And your work troubles will stop.
The Real Witches of Halloween:
Lyn is giving away a copy of Daughters of the Witching Hill by Mary Sharrat. I haven’t read this author, but according to someone who has enjoyed her writing, “No one casts a spell like Mary Sharratt.” I’m very interested. If you are curious too, stop by the Witch Blog and check things out.
Day two to Get Off Your Broom, and The RealWitches of Halloween and The 2011 Countdown to Hallowe’en and yeah, party! Have you visited Danni, Lyn, Serenity and the rest of the witchy partiers yet?