Saying Goodbye

Goodbye 43.5 pounds.  I hope to never see you again.  It is time to say goodbye to our unhealthy relationship.  I know we were friends for most of my life.  For so many years we were very tight.  I do remember the good times that we had.  We laughed together and jiggled together.  We had such a great time eating junk food and never exercising.  I loved sitting on the couch with you and watching TV.  I especially loved going to the movies and eating that super large tub of buttered popcorn and a very large (of course) diet soda with you.  You were my best friend.  I was comfortable with you.

But you started to give me too much.  My clothes just kept getting tighter and tighter.  So I bought bigger and bigger clothes.   I took comfort with you being by my side 24-7.  I then realized that our relationship was very one sided.  You gave and I took.  I took too much from you.  And then I got high blood pressure and high cholesterol.  Medicine fixed that.   I was angry at you and I tried hard to still be your friend.

But then I was diagnosed with sleep apnea.  And you thought that mask was funny.  It wasn’t.  I hated it.  And I don’t like being laughed at.  So I had to say goodbye.  It has taken a very long time for me to break up our relationship.  Not only was I physically unhealthy, I was in an unhealthy relationship with you.  You are still trying to hang on.  But you will soon be totally out of my life.  So I am saying goodbye.  Along with high blood pressure and sleep apnea.  I will soon be rid of my cholesterol medicine.  Please leave me alone.  You are not healthy for me.  You can see in these photos how our relationship slowly dissolved.   And by the end of 2014 you will no longer be part of my life.  I know you will try hard to rekindle our relationship.  But I will not let you.  I am Saying Goodbye!

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