Friday, March 25, 2011

Fess Up Friday: Fallout

So quick confessions about the aftereffects of the ultra:

1. Loving all the free time not exercising has given me. LOVING.
2. Enjoying the benefits of the diet, still; paired with
3. Sort of intentionally eating poorly. It made sense on Tuesday, when I hadn't eat a full meal in days, but now? I'm just sort of being gluttonous. My body's still recovering, right? So it needs the fuel?
4. Where there were blisters there are now holes in my feet. But, hey, they don't hurt.



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Do you have any confessions?

11 comments:

  1. I confess that I want a close-up of your blistery/holey feet!

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  2. I love other people's confessions....I don't have any of my own! Ha! Kidding.

    Last night, I ate an entire bag of peanut butter cups...it was definitely worth every one of the 360 calories I ate!

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  3. I ate out every night this week except last night and I'm wondering why my pants are getting tighter. Gotta get that in check.

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  4. Last night I pretty much devoured a whole loaf of garlic bread... And three peanut butter cookies. And I did not even do a crazy run like you!!!

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  5. I have an entire box of Whatchamacallits (only the best candy bar in world) hidden on the top shelf of the pantry in the back that my husband doesn't know about.

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  6. PS- I think it's interesting how most of our confessions involve food. Sad? Or just interesting?

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  7. Rose, you need to do as your blog title says and Eat, Drink, and Be Meiri. If your muscles want junk food, so be it. Um, hello you ran 52 miles, I'm pretty sure you earned it! :)

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  8. OUCH! Those look painful! I'm beyond impressed at how much you ran.

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  9. In the church confessional, when you kneel on the kneeler, it compresses down, which turns on a light above the entrance so no one will walk in as your giving a confession. Back in catholic school, I would send morse code out to my classmates. Needless to say, I would have to say an entire rosary to repent the sin I just committed while most students had to say 2 Our Fathers and a couple Hail Mary's!

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  10. JESUS, that looks like it hurts. But, I guess if it doesn't you might as well add another one to the other foot. You don't want to be imbalanced.

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  11. I confess part of why I decided not to be a doctor is I can't deal with feet. They freak me out. I have problems.

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