Nope… definitely not imagining it.

Memory can be fuzzy. You think you remember something a certain way but really all you’re remembering is your interpretation of reality. It’s why, “I don’t remember” is not a valid defense in court. It’s actually considered to be a sign of deception, since it can’t be proven one way or the other.

When I stepped on the scale last night, it seemed as though I weighed close to 225. Now when I weighed myself on that first day, only moments after I took the scale out of the box, I was so certain I weighed 235. And in the first week after I recorded the first episode of Lose The Belly, I only stepped on the scale one time. It didn’t seem to be moving.

Then, something curious happened. One day, it seemed as if I was not getting any worse than 235. Yesterday, the dial moved. And I started thinking, maybe I misread it the first time and I only wanted to think I was 235 pounds.

Then I remembered that I recorded the scale and posted it on the video. Cameras sure aren’t subjective.

You can see at the :24 second mark that I may have only been off by a few pounds but I was most definitely closer to 235 than 220.

Four weeks of eating mainly veg and just going about my normal work routine has lead to this. It’s lead to something else as well but I won’t get into that I until I get back from my doctor’s appointment on Thursday.

Published by Nathanielle Sean Crawford

I was born in Bennington, Vermont. I spent some of my childhood in North Adams, Massachusetts. As a new decade looms over us in this age of uncertainty, I have made some decisions about the direction my life is heading based on the lessons that I have learned. I hope I inspire people to take charge of their own lives and to be proud of who they are.

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