Wednesday, September 7, 2011
No Butts About it
In the past few years I have focused hard on developing a nice round butt...and it's working! Steps! Squats! Walking! It's nice and round back there now :-) I find myself walking by mirrors constantly checking it out. So if you run into me in the bathroom at work, I am not a pervert. I am just admiring my hard work.
It took me a while to figure out why I was losing weight and yet my pants were not getting that much looser. Cause I have Junk in my Trunk BABY! haha.
Every day I go to the mall and walk laps. At one of my turns is a Victoria's Secret store. They always have the most intimidating pictures in the world hanging in their windows. Sometimes I feel like a vampire staring into the sun when I turn that corner. I want to shield my eyes and scream. But, there was one picture that I became obsessed with. It is my Future Butt! For eight months I would walk by it and sigh hoping against hope that mine would spontaneously look like that. Naturally there are fingerprints on it in obvious places and it took every thing I had not to wipe them off. It's embarrassing enough when I would stare, but I'm not quite sure I could explain my actually cleaning the glass.
I took a picture of it one day. It periodically becomes my wallpaper on my phone. It's a nice incentive picture. I would recommend that to everyone. Give yourself something to work for. I'm glad I took the picture because a couple of months ago I walked by and my picture was gone. I stopped cold and stood there with my mouth open. I'm sure that looked GREAT. They replaced my Future Butt with a very revealing thigh picture. Sure I would like them too, but I want my Future Butt back!
When I finally add pictures to the blog I will be sure to include the picture of my Future Butt. Feel free to use it as your incentive too :-) ***I just added it, enjoy ***
If you feel like you are alone on your journey and you just need some encouragement I am here for you! Shoot me an email and I will do my best to check in on you or give you the words of support you need several times a week. The journey is so much easier if you have support.