No... he did not use the word "HUMP".
He said " You have got to do those exercises that I told you to do,your posture is getting bad."
Which I heard as, " You are going to be the old lady bent at a 90 degree angle going to get communion,but you are going to be 40, instead of 90".
So, I got up this morning and
ignored him did the exercises (or what I think he told me to do, I actually don't remember what he told me to do). But since he is an expert (Chiropractor) and since I am vain (at least about looking old), I listened.
What is it about "old" that makes us get up off our duffs and move/run/bike/eat better? I am not afraid of aging, but I DO NOT want to look "old" . I know what I have to do to keep my youthfulness. Eat right (no sugar, no dairy, no beer). Exercise. Take my vitamins. Use sunscreen. And for the most part I do these things....
Who am I kidding!?
I love SUGAR!!! I love CHEESE!!! I am in an exercise rut, I remember my vitamins about every third week, I wear sunscreen at the pool, not when I am outside in general. And I apparently, am growing a hump.Nice.
I blame the computer for my hump. I have horrible posture in general and the computer turns me into a mouth breather. But my
life line business is 50% on the computer and I recently built a website. I don't watch tv, but read blogs instead. I need to get a life.
My life is one thing after another of "can't do that anymore" and "no more fun!"
Already, I have already:
- relegated cheese to the weekend
- cut back on the sugar in the house
- stopped drinking beer
- have been wearing sunscreen on my face in the morning
- tried to always have a goal I am exercising for, be it a race, a skill, etc.
But it is nice to have a new threat to use against my children. Instead of "You'll go blind sitting that close" it's now "You'll have a nice hump, Quasimodo!"