I think it's so funny how we all have such different opinions on that wall.
Now that it's good and dry, and in different lighting, it's not that bad.
Parts of me love it red, other parts of me hate it red.
Love all your suggestions, but I do know I shan't go with blue.
I tried painting my bathroom robin's egg blue a few years ago, and the house rejected it.
I know that sounds crazy - but it blue just looks so out of place in this house!
I'm thinking of sanding it down some, and the art work is really going to cover quite a bit.
I think the color of the chairs are throwing me a lot.
I'm just not going to be in a hurry with it.
If anything, I'm just painting it the same as the other walls and calling it a day.
I really shouldn't be thinking about it at all - I'm so mentally preoccupied with other things.
You should see the state of my garden.
Bootcamp is over a week from today.
I still have just over four pounds to go.
I'm fighting thoughts of being a loser if I don't make it.
I have a tendency to throw the baby out with the bathwater - heck, I'm known to through the tub and towels out too.
The fact that I've lost 44 lbs in 4.5 months is pretty darn good - and if I'm not careful I'll discount it all for not reaching my goal.
Here's a little video montage I did - getting ready for the end of Bootcamp -
Today I get my hair done, (I haven't had a haircut since January!) and tomorrow at 7am I meet my photographer friend for photos on railroad tracks with vintage suitcases as props.
I wanted photos that symbolize that I'm not done - that there is still a journey ahead of me.
I've made myself crazy trying to pick out clothes. What I want to wear - still doesn't look 'right' on a gal my size.
Aaron will take my two piece pictures on Friday - I don't want to traumatize anyone else with them.
It's funny that I have my mind set that I can breathe a sigh of relief in one week, because truly nothing will change - it's not like I'll be eating pizza and laying on the couch.
I want to reach my ultimate weight loss goal by my 50th birthday in January.
I can slow things down a little after bootcamp is over.
I'm going to continue working with my Coach until my final goal is reached and beyond.
I'm in this for good.
I shan't put this weight back on again.
It's my time to shine.
Speaking of shining - look at the girls in this shot.
I didn't end up shoe shopping yesterday - I invested in Victoria's Secret Bombshell bra.
This is some serious armor, y'all.
I feel bullet proof in it.
It can double as pin cushions when I sew.
No need for air bags in the car now -
It's all smoke and mirrors.