Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Soprano Sax

I’m taking some time today to remember why this is my favorite instrument of all time.

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I’m going to start going to the gym on Wednesdays and Fridays, because these are the days I don’t have to get up for class and can thus go to the gym and THEN shower. My mom lost 9 pounds going on this nasty cabbage soup diet and walking on the treadmill in our basement, and I’m maaaaaaad jealous.

So later I was talking to my dad, and he wants to get out into the world more and meet more people and just…have a life outside of work. I want to go to the gym. We are going to keep each other in check about these things. Yay killing two things-I-don’t-want-to-do-birds with one stone! (Making sure I go to the gym and talking to my father.)

Dear Bra Companies,

I don’t mind you calling bras in my size “Curvy Fit” or “Full-Figure”, because I have lots of curves and I am full-figured, and I embrace both of these things. EMBRACE being the keyword there. EMBRACE. Synonyms: love, cherish, accept, welcome, approve. This may be hard for you to understand, I guess, but I like my body. So I want to ask you to change the marketing strategy for the bras you sell in my size. Just because I’m a D cup does not mean I want my bra to MINIMIZE my boobs by up to 1.5 inches. It doesn’t mean they’re sagging and I need my bra to DEFY GRAVITY. If you must know, the girls are quite perky all on their own; all they’re looking for is support that’s comfortable enough to get me through the day. I must applaud you for accomplishing that, but still, you disappoint me >.<

Think about it,

Maya and the girls