Believe it or not I think I’ve finally lost some weight. I can’t tell for absolutely sure because of my crazy scales. According to the old scale I range from 193 to 190 depending on the day. The new scale had me starting at 195 and now it says 189. I think that may actually be true because I’ve weighed myself on a scale at work and for the longest time it didn’t move. I actually accused it of recognizing me as I came up to it and always telling me the same reading just to mess with my head. But it has been going down lately too. I’m not sure what I’m doing differently to finally convince my body to let go of some fat but I’m thankful it has got the message.
My closet is very neat and organized after spending all day on it yesterday. The dog is horrified. She likes to sleep on dirty clothes on the floor of the closet. Last night there were no dirty clothes. She slept out on the pile of clothes destined for Goodwill. She’s odd. I’ve tried giving her beds and pillows but she doesn’t want that. She wants dirty clothes. Yesterday during the cleaning she was making do with one dirty sock that she placed over her eyes to shield her from the destruction of her preferred sleeping space.
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Congrats on the weight loss. 🙂 Scales are whacky. Believe the one that shows you a reflection of what you feel/see. Sounds like the new scale’s more accurate and the old ones are flaking out with age.
Aww. 🙂 Maybe because they smell like you? She’s just snuggling up to her people in her own way? So cute.
Better than what my big-dog does. Which is seek out any dirty clothes that we’ve left on the floor, and use them as his personal vomiting place. (He has digestive issues and throws up small amounts of food once every week or two. Which makes for an interesting reminder to us to not leave our socks or underwear laying around!)
Keep up the great job lossing weight. Dogs are so funny were and how they sleep.
LOL about the “one dirty sock placed over her eyes”. My two dogs have their own preferences, as well. Jenny loves her doggy-mattress in our bedroom, but won’t lay on it while it’s flat. She’s got to “dig it up” until it’s got a fold somewhere around center, which she then lays on. Puck prefers most any dark, quiet corner, though he has taken an intense liking to Jenny’s doggy-kennel (which she stays in when nobody’s home) or DD’s faux (children’s toy) bear rug in DD’s room. He goes back outside at night and when the house is empty of humans. It is rather comical, how they each develope their own preferences.
Congrats on the weight loss!