Operation Bridget Jones

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horreur! hoooorreur! horreur! Le Club de l'Ange a mis en ligne les photos de la V.I.P. Party d'ouverture et en particulier celle-ci ou il est par trop évident que je me rapproche inexorablement du profil-type des deux vieux gros et moches sur la droite et m'éloigne tout aussi inexorablement de celui d'Ondra qui tapote gaiement sur les touches du clavier sous mon regard intéressé (ce que nous surfions ne regarde que nous ;-)

J'ai pris du poids, il faut le reconnaitre, depuis que j'ai arreté de fumer et c'est pas Noel chez Mana qui a arrangé les choses, le Christmas pudding était une bombe calorique et j'ai joué au terroriste alimentaire. Ma personne perd en charme ce qu'elle gagne en pondération - il faut RE-A-GIR!!...

Des aujourd'hui et sans attendre le Nouvel-An, commence l'opération Bridget Jones: perdre du poids (et me trouver un mari, mais ca c'est une autre histoire)...

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I'm with you sister. I need to lose 5 Kgs. What's the plan?
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