Monday, September 19, 2011
I had some pics taken yesterday with my friends and noticed that not only am I larger but the size difference is really big!
I am not at a point where I can write unemotionally or unbiased about my looks and weight. But although there is still much venom, disdain and venom reflected at my image from me. I can't help but note that my friends love me enough to support me as is, and not a perception of what others want to see.
More importantly I have fun with them and they dona't judge me.
Thanks to Jenty for the pics.
Thanks to Bumpy for the tutu's! They are amazing
To Kellen , Zahira, Denielle, Nafisa and Red John
So happy 30th old hag! you look utterly ridiculous and totally happy!
Guess which one I am? [yes, the bitch ruling the roost!]
Sunday, September 11, 2011
I'm terrified that I will fail again and this time trying to not make a big deal out of it, but quietly doing my thing without trumpeting it to my friends.
My work colleagues have been absolutely amazing in supporting me, even though at cerebra we are renowned for our ability to chow down.
Things I got wrong this week:
1. Forgetting to take my measurements and weight. Which means I can't check if I lost anything.
2. Mixing up cheese and feta!
I'm allowed cheese everyday but feta only once a week.
3. Zahira handed me a jelly bean and said "omg you must taste this candyfloss flavoured one" and promptly stuffed it into my mouth. But Denielle "the vigilant" went " noooo Aasia, spit it out!!" And I promtly did
Things I got right:
Saying no to the bad stuff.
Actually sitting at a table covered with akhalwayas steak, patties,sausages, chips and other buttery homemade goodies and not.eating.a.single.bite!!
Surviving the ugliest detox headaches I have ever had.
Prepped all food for the next 2 weeks for all my meals!
I can't tell you how happy I am. That a week in, and I haven't fallen off the wagon!
Wish me luck!
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Wednesday, September 7, 2011
But all I have been reading recently is how my friends need to find husbands infact I got an Eid khutbah about getting married.
Firstly how can society put a sell-by date on a womans marriagability? When the prophet Muhammed(SAW) first wife was in her 40s?
Not only that, men, now more than ever refuse to look beyond the surface of a woman to understand her, see her qualities!
If men were chivalrous and treated woman with respect and dignity, most women I know would move heaven and earth to please that man.
When you search for a wife, like you do for accessories around your home, why then gentlemen are you surprised that, that is all she can do is be an ornament!?
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