First I wish to spotlight this amazing shirt I got from Ross IT HAS UNICORNS BITCH LOOK AT EM!
Also! I haven’t comfortably fit into these shorts in many many months. I got them, if I recall, knowing they’d probably not fir right but I was being too stubborn to admit that I might not be able to fit into them. The size tag has been ripped off so I’m not certain what they are but they’re from Forever 21 and are either 29-30s, which all Forever 21 pants sizes start in the 20s and go up to 31, I think? Forever 21 doesn’t specialize in the plus size category as a whole 😅 Whatever! Point is I am in these shorts by working hard and staying on top of my game! If I can do this, seriously anyone can ♥️ #theimpossiblegirl#keepmovingforward#saturdayvibes#weightlossjourney#weightlossprogress#unicorn#ross#forever21#ginger#redhairdontcare#glassesarecool#motivated
I’m grateful for my ability to cook a healthy meal! Sweet potatoes are, just so you know, one of the most superior of potatoes
Today is a semi test day! I stayed as busy as one could at the job I have and I walked to and fro from work to my house, so I got my steps in! Sometimes I feel like it’s more rewarding to do nothing after a day of work rather than a whole day of nothing. Then I just feel like a lazy POS 😅
Haven’t posted a video edit of these two in a little while :) Also I’ve been trying out some new transitions and also masking and other things on SVP. It’s not all in this edit but I think I’m getting the hang of more of the features in SVP and understanding it a little better and I’m really excited about it☺️
‘In the Vortex that lies beyond time and space tumbled a police box that was not a police box.
My entire understanding of physical space has been transformed! Three-dimensional Euclidean geometry has been torn up, thrown in the air and snogged to death! My grasp of the universal constants of physical reality has been changed forever. .’
And all of a sudden I became a timelord.
Indeed this is my life 😅 I love what exercising can do for me but I just do not enjoy the actual act of doing it! I wish I loved it more since it would suddenly become much easier to just go workout! I have days where I’m really bumped but a lot are days of “But whyyyyyyyy” moments.
So I look back at my small yet there weight loss transformation pictures. I listen to the friends that vaguely know I’m trying to lose weight or friends that don’t know at all and tell me I’m looking skinnier. It feels good and helps me when it comes to the working out part.
Just keep moving forward friends! ♥️♥️♥️ #lovehaterelationship#theimpossiblegirl#lovehatethegym#ginger#keepmovingforward#saturdayvibes#dontquit#keepitgoing#sweatysaturday
My first #facetoface ! It’s really not a crazy difference but I do feel like I have less chipmunk cheeks 🐿 it’s so interesting to me how before I started losing weight I needed to mentally prepare myself to truly go for it. I have started and stopped a dozen times, I could even say that I think one of the last times I stopped put me on a binge that made me gain more weight. Since January though, I have been going strong. Never gaining more weight, losing it and then maintaining when I hit rough patches. I’m excited to see where my future progress takes me, I just wish I wasn’t so impatient for results when I know it takes time!
#partner Thanks to @lakeunionauthors for the free advanced copy!
Can we all agree that this cover is stunning?? 😍😍
The Impossible Girl by Lydia Y Kang (put in September 2019)
"Two hearts. Twice as vulnerable.
Manhattan, 1850. Born out of wedlock to a wealthy socialite and a nameless immigrant, Cora Lee can mingle with the rich just as easily as she can slip unnoticed into the slums and graveyards of the city. As the only female resurrectionist in New York, she’s carved out a niche procuring bodies afflicted with the strangest of anomalies. Anatomists will pay exorbitant sums for such specimens—dissecting and displaying them for the eager public.
Cora’s specialty is not only profitable, it’s a means to keep a finger on the pulse of those searching for her. She’s the girl born with two hearts—a legend among grave robbers and anatomists—sought after as an endangered prize.
Now, as a series of murders unfolds closer and closer to Cora, she can no longer trust those she holds dear, including the young medical student she’s fallen for. Because someone has no intention of waiting for Cora to die a natural death."
First I was sick and then the holiday put my progress on hold in the sense I didn’t have the energy to workout and then I ate crappy food on the 4th
But!!! That’s just life. We’re all allowed to enjoy ourselves occasionally and there’s no reason for us to feel guilty about it. I’ve had to tell myself this a dozen times because I felt immensely guilty the entire time I was munching on a s’mores and not working out 😪I’m back in the game though! Been staying on track with my food and getting those workouts in. Because I want this more than any goal I have ever had and I will obtain in. Stay strong!
AU: Amy as the Doctor, Clara as her companion, set in the events of The Bells of St. John episode.
Clara doesn’t remember how she got here.
She’d woken up in her own bed, but it’s dark out now, and it seems as though she’d slept all day. Plus, to make matters even more confusing, the redheaded woman who’d knocked on her door earlier (had she called herself the Doctor?) is now sitting outside of her house. Right below her window.
Clara opens her window and asks if she’s going to sit down there all night, to which the answer is yes—because she apparently believes that it will keep Clara safe.
Clara isn’t sure what she needs protection from, as the events from earlier are still quite fuzzy in her mind. So, she decides that maybe she’d better go downstairs and get some answers.
On her way out she grabs a chair and makes a cup of tea because, after all, it’s not like she’s going back to sleep. Might as well get to know this mysterious redheaded Doctor as well as she seems to already know Clara. Because from the way she’d acted before (Clara’s memories are slowly returning to her) it seems as though Clara could have been an old acquaintance, or even a friend.
She finds that the Doctor doesn’t give too many direct answers. She speaks more in riddles and half-thoughts than with clear statements, and when Clara finds herself in the Doctor’s blue police box, running from aliens—ALIENS, like that’s such a normal thing to say—she wonders if for once in her life, she may just have to settle for having more questions than she ever will have answers.
But if this is truly what the Doctor does every day—running around, saving people, escaping danger, devising plans...Clara doesn’t think she’d mind sticking around for more than just this one adventure to find out.