Saturday, February 16, 2008

Someone needs to lose weight

Well, breaking the seat in our van wasn't enough to convince him to stop eating so much junk food and snacking for a hobby. Maybe breaking the sofa might, though. Our sofa and love seat is old, about 20 years old, but it's Flexsteel and the frame is guaranteed to last a lifetime (under normal wear and tear). All furniture have weight limits.

I am glad once again that this didn't happen to me. I would never hear the end of it. He is one who likes to tease others, but doesn't like it when we tease him, which will most likely happen once my three kids get wind of this.

Seriously though, health-wise he needs to do something. He is not what I would call "obese" but he is a big man at 6'3" and 260 lbs. He does eat the nutritious meals I prepare, but must have the additional peanut butter, cream cheese, strawberry preserves, slices and slices of cheese, etc that he eats for "dessert" before and after our meals. (Along with a two liter of Pepsi or some other pop each day.) I am worried about him.

So hunny. . . if you are reading this please follow my diet with me. I want you with me for as long as possible because I love you very much. You are my everything.


Poodles said...

If he would just cut back the soda it would be really good for him. I know when my husband does that he loses weight.

Stardust said...

Hi poodles. He says that pop gives him energy to keep going all day. I told him fruit would do the same thing without the bloat. He won't listen...he says he gets thirsty, so I say drink water, and he says he hates water. And he gets mad at me if I don't drink enough water with my meds. He likes to tell others what they should do, but now follow what he should do for himself. I am only concerned about him but he takes it as hen-pecking.

tina FCD said...

I have a coke drinker here. No water, nothing.But he is not heavy. Eats a lot of cheese and stuff he shouldn't.