Millions Could Be Mine

Well, if I can find the right marketing guru.

I found a way to lose ten pounds in approximately four days.* I guess it is a given that it would not be marketed as a painfree method of weightloss. I suppose I could use the ‘effortless’ angle, as I did not try anything. I could also say, “Eat all you want!” as I certainly did not want anything.

Perhaps I’m just giddy with my first taste of caffeine, but the only slogans coming to mind are distasteful references to dysentery. As in, “Try The Third World’s Best Kept Dietary Secret!”

At any rate, it’s good to be back on my feet.

*I am well aware that I did not need to lose those ten pounds. I will welcome them back, as long as they promise to spread evenly and not argue with me about chocolate or coffee consumption.


#1 Sunnie on 08.23.06 at 10:43 am

I’m so glad you’re feeling better. You’ll get your appetite back soon. Then you can enjoy one of those yummy meals you like to prepare. 🙂

#2 Agricola on 08.23.06 at 12:57 pm

Weight loss is weight loss, no matter from what source it comes. The challenge is keeping the weight loss as a loss and not a temporary situation. Now that’s where you could make millions. Anyway, here’s to a speedy return to good health…..

#3 Kat Coble on 08.23.06 at 2:57 pm

Well, I’m certainly glad you’re back on your feet, that’s for sure.

As far as the ten-pound loss, I have no idea where you had it to begin with. ;-p

#4 Heather on 08.23.06 at 3:00 pm

Thank you and what you say is true.

I’m somewhat of a health nut, so my post was meant tongue in cheek.

I don’t recommend rapid weight loss fixes. I am an advocate of dietary and lifestyle changes. Diabetes is running rampant in my family so I know I need to pay attention.

#5 Connie on 08.23.06 at 6:01 pm

Heather, I’m just glad you’re up and around again and didn’t lose even more than you did. Hope you’re back to a healthy weight soon.

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