The good things about this week: I rode my bike Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. I did Tae Kwon Do on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Friday was the first meeting for bodan review class. All talking and no doing.
The bad thing about this week: Not losing anything, and to make it worse gaining. I guess I may have to horde my weekly allowance points, and not use so many every day.
Tuesday I leave for Korea. I started packing today. I couldn't find this one pair of capri pants that I was looking for, so I kept digging out others. None of them fit. Some I could get zipped and buttoned, but they were way too uncomfortable. Others I couldn't even zip up. It's really frustrating to have tons of clothes, and most of them don't fit. I was even having trouble with some shirts that I bought two years ago. Damn boobs have gotten too big, so the shirts don't fit well either. I refuse to buy anything else. I just will make do with what does fit.
I did finally find the pants I was looking for. They were stashed away in some bin that I had not looked in before. I find it kind of embarrassing that I have so many clothes that I have to keep some of them in bins stashed in corners or under the bed. But what makes it worse is so little of them fit right now. I don't even know what to get rid of until I lose enough weight to figure out what will really fit. I'm afraid the size 4 pants may never fit again, but I'd like to at least get into the 6s.
How will I fare with my weight on this vacation? Unclear. Korean food is not my favorite cuisine. On my last trip there were times when it was challenging to find something I liked besides rice. However I can only take so much white rice before my insides are screaming for fiber. Brown rice does not seem to exist there. Kimchi is most prevalent there. I tried it, but too bitter or spicy.
Jeonju Bipimbap - Traditional Korean meal
Wonderful vegetarian restaurant we went to.
It was hard to believe that some of the tofu items weren't really meat.
I finally got some broccoli!
Hopefully I can get through this trip without doing too much damage to the waistline.