Apr 2, 2014

Small Space Living: Channeling my inner goldfish!

English: An image of a Common goldfish
Channeling my inner goldfish....
I heard once that a goldfish only grows as big as the container in which it lives. That is why you see big "goldfish" in big ponds and tiny ones in a glass. I really don't know if that is true but it does sound very interesting. Oh, and I have been told that if you feed a goldfish too much it might die. That is important to know if you buy one.

...or channeling my inner whale? (Sea World photo by b+)
Last night I began to wonder if I was finally reacting to the fact that my my husband and I live in a small park model all winter. Is my inner goldfish telling me that I need to get rid of a few extra pounds or my house will be too small to hold me? After all, I should fit into my tiny house. That may be the reason I have begun to enjoy walking again.

When I walk, I lose weight...AND that is the only way extra pounds are going away. There is no hope that I will change anything much about my eating habits at this stage in my life. Thank heavens I am not like a goldfish. I might eat myself to death in one day.

When I return home to Oregon, I will have 1500 square feet of living space. Plus, I have a yard, a patio in the front and the back. There is a small park across the street. I don't even know what to do with all that room when I get back. But, believe it or not, the goldfish in me will adjust and before long I will feel like I cannot live with less.

As for my weight...pray for me. Up until now, I have managed to not expand to fit the space in Oregon. Let's just hope I don't slip a gear or something and begin to channel my inner whale. My goldfish self would have a tough fight against that big creature!

Be well,

b+
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4 comments:

  1. Good luck when you return to Oregon!

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    1. We love our little house in Oregon...the flowers are always in bloom in our small English garden in the spring. Thank you for the comment.

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  2. I have to admit I had no idea where this post was going and then I loved how you wrapped it up. Wins points for most unique post of the week and maybe the year! Best of luck!

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    1. Thank you...it is very interesting how our minds work isn't it. I know you are so creative so I am sure you understand.

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