Thursday, August 04, 2005

Muffin top

If I had the poor judgment to actually bare my midriff in public, I would undoubtedly be the poster child for the “muffin top” syndrome. However, now that I’ve reached my mid-thirties and had two children, I’ve come to the realization that there is simply no reason to wear cropped tops or low-rise jeans again. Ever.

Of course I keep stating that I will get back to running several times a week and maybe, one day, I will! In the meantime, I will stay covered. I do want to thank the people who come up with names like “muffin top” and people who tell me that I am not chubby, I am fluffy! These statements will not get me back into the clothes I could wear when I was 25; however, I feel happy snacking and maintaining my soft, comfortable self! No more bothersome sharp edges or bones poking out anywhere! Do you need a shoulder to cry on? Mine are nice and comfy now!


John said...

They didn't used to be comfy?

LoryKC said...

Hee hee! (Felt fine to ME!)
(My sister used to lean her head on my shoulder but then complain that it was bony and hurt to put her head there unless I wore shoulder pads! (It was the 80s so that was always a possibility!)

I'll try to use less obscure references...