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Sunday, July 4, 2010


Your mom, not the horse.
AAAAHAHAHAHAHA, no, actually, it was the horse.
(Not that you can tell really. They both have similar faces and weights. OBURN.)

But in all seriousness, I went and rode a horse for the FIRST TIME today. I mean, I rode once before, on a trail, but today was my first real ride. A client decided it was a sin that I had never done it, so she took me, her three kids, and her baby sitter out to the stables her Dad keeps their horse at, and we went riding. I almost didn't go, because we had to do a carwash at the gym for a charity drive, and while it was a pretty nice day (didn't go over 104 the whole time, which, yes, is absolutely AMAZING for where I live), after four hours, we were all fucking WHOOPED. But I went, and it was freaking...just....perfect. I can't even describe it.
My first time, and I wound up getting him into a full run, while controlled. Some people were shooting off fireworks early, and I had him doing laps to keep him from breaking into a full panic, because he seemed to get real tetchy, and I know when I get tetchy and anxious, I have to move, and with direction, or else i go insane. So I just figured he'd probably be like me, since he's considerably young (only 6), and high energy. When the fireworks started going off, I had him walk around in different directions, talking calmly to him, and then nudged him into a full gallop, and we were doing circles and zig zags. When we finished, the owner of the horse looked like he was panicked, and demanded if I was okay. I told him, "Of course. Why wouldn't I be?" All confused. But apparently...they thought the horse had taken off, and were surprised that I a) wasn't screaming and panicked and b) actually was in control of the whole thing, or that c) I was the one that had instigated the run to begin with.

Apparently, for a newbie at the horse thing, I was pretty damned amazing. Not to brag. But I am awesome. Though I think I somehow persuaded him with my tits. Because the horse nipped at everyone, but kept trying to just lick my boobs.
What can I say? They're delicious.

That was so much fun. You guys have no idea. I was invited to go back whenever I wanted, and I am seriously taking them up on the offer. It felt so FREE.

And on a great note, it burned a LOT of calories. I've officially burned 2464kcal for July 3, 2010. My start weight of the day was 123.8, which is amazing, considering I've been stuck at 126 for EVER.
I'm back into my food panic mode. terrible and wonderful all at once.


Is it sick that restriction and my ED feel like coming home?


Anyway, me and my horse-drawing sugar tits of joy, are going to go nom on some ice and curl up in bed.
I guess I'm supposed to be hurting from the work out that is horseback riding? And every one of my horseback riding friends are making wagers on just how sore I'll be in the morning?
Honestly, I don't feel a damned thing.
I even got to ride him bareback when we were putting him up, which required a lot of leg action, but...I'm an endurance athlete? So...I dunno!
I guess I'll figure out in the morning!

Also, for those of you that don't know? Go watch Ray William Johnson on youtube. I've been on a kick. Which is why I'm obsessed with the song, "Doin' your mom, doin' doin' doin' your mom, I'm doin your mom!"


  1. You're so full of energy and I fucking love it!
    Whoa, that's a hell of a lot of calories burned! I think I'd better take up Horse Riding again.
    And yes, it is sick, but I also love that feeling. I'm lost without my ED :)
    Have fun with the ice and doing my mum.

  2. Ahhh I love horse riding, haven't been for like a year. Hmmmm.. maybe I shall make a date to go to my friend-with-horse's house right now. In fact I think I will you've really made me want to do it again.

    I'm glad you didn't fall off and break your arms :D

    Also your clients sound awesome.

  3. wow, sounds amazing. Its always been a dream of mine to go horse ridding but I have never been.I am glad to hear that your feeling like ana/ed is back with you. this way the weight will fall of much quicker with their help. I am so chuffed for you. Let us know how you feel in the morning. x

  4. Wow that's awesome! I've always wanted to ride a horse but I'm a pansy when it comes to animals bigger than me. Also animals who are smaller than me (big dogs, mice, rats, racoons, etc). Lol I have issues. Actually the last four are actually scary. What the hell am I talking about?!? Oh yeah, that's totally awesome and congrats on your new weight!!

  5. That's so fantastic! You seem so happy. I love riding, too. I'm so happy you've found something make you feel free. I definitely encourage you to find a way to go back! It's always nice to have a break from life and do something different.

    Also, congrats on the weight loss :-) Stay strong and beautiful!

  6. So that's what that text was about?! lol AWESOME. I love horse riding. Horses are so smart and SO cooperative with people they like. I need to saddle up again soon. Who knew that riding a horse could burn so many fucking calories? No wonder people in the old days weren't fat(aside from famines, influenza and shit like that. lofl)...their transportation was keeping them trim.

  7. That song has been my theme song forEVER

  8. I love equals three :D :D :D Best. Forum.Evarrrrr.

  9. I love riding! It is so much fun, and I know exactly what you mean when you say how freeing it is :) I also did not know that riding burns so many calories! I am going to have to go more often :D

    Congrats on the weight this morning! Totally not a sick thing to feel like it's coming home. I love me some strong ana-mindset! Stay strong xoxox

  10. Horseback riding is seriously one of the most freeing things in the world. I'm so glad you had a bunch of fun.
    and woah thats a ton of calories lost!
    what a great day!
    xoxo, melissa