First question was: "What made you want to lose weight?" Which I still think is the craziest question to ask.
When you get turned down for dates & get played to the left, you'll know why.
When you can't fit in your clothes, you'll know why.
When you get made fun of by flight attendants and asked if you need two seats, you know why.
When you can't run for longer than 2 min, you'll know why.
When women treat you as a lesser man (regardless of how highly intelligent you are) you'll know why.
When you are suffering from depression and you can't push it off of you, you lost your fiancée and your little brother dies in the same year, and you almost try to leave this place because if it, you'll know why.
Y'all gotta understand, there's people I called "brother" or "friend" and they DID NOT WANT TO SEE ME WIN.
NOBODY CARED. THEY EIETHER WANTED ME TO FIX THEIR PHONE/COMPUTER OR MAKE THEM LAUGH.
People would always laugh and joke with me, but never noticed how depressed I truly was, or they never cared. (Most likely the latter.) You don't have any family to talk to or anyone that understands.
One day, everything in your mind and heart just breaks.
Then, I think a person can either choose to quit or fight harder than ever.
Distracted driving is no laughing matter, but in my latest TV spot — airing Saturday morning — we still tried to have a little fun while highlighting the very real peril of this alarmingly common practice and suggesting ways to avoid it.
(Production by @melissaklauda, @lcunnin1 and @mattaverytrending)
Local TV channels and airtimes coast-to-coast are listed below, and you can preview the episode now [ LINKIN BIO]. Atlanta: NBC 11, WXIA, 6 a.m.
The twigs and sticks forced to the shore when the lake freezes made a beautiful muck when it thawed, with little colorful pieces of Lake Erie's trash scattered across the surface against the green reflection of Cleveland overcast.
Taking a step back the twig mass stopped the surface waves from getting to the water between it and the shore, roping off an area for a smooth glassy reflection of the clouds with slow ripples from the choppier rest of the water. The ripple/small wave rhythms played against each other in a really mesmerizing way #cleveland#lakeErie