Well, I was the Walrus.

Alright, one of the beauties about nature is that it is more about functionality than it is aesthetics.
It’s not really interested in what size you are, but more how  your weight works for you.

For example, walruses are super fat. They weigh a ton and they own that.
But when they swim, their beauty shines forth.
Also, tusks.
Anyways, they are fat for a reason. Their fat keeps them warm.
In fact, if you look at most Arctic animals, they are chubsters. Even Penguins.
Definitely bears.

Well, I don’t live in the Arctic. I live in California.
And for the last couple of months I have been working out. Which means I have lost around 20 lbs in the past 3 months.
And here is the thing, I am freezing.
All the time. I am always cold as hell. I am pretty sure the only two times in a day when I am not cold is when I am in the shower and when I am working out.
Working out meaning sweating my head off because I’ve been running for an hour.
But after both of those instances I am extremely cold once I stop running or I get out of the shower. Someone told me that in order to be warm when I get out of the shower, I would need to take a cold shower.
People say stupid things sometimes.
I don’t know.

The point is, I am kind of missing my fat at this point.
Two days ago I went to the store and I bought some thermals that I am now wearing underneath all of my clothes instead of undershirts.
Yeah, I am still cold. I live in California. I am not supposed to be cold. 

Anyways, I have nothing else to say.
This is mostly just a rant about how I used to be fat and warm, now I am not even skinny and I am cold.
This is a cruel world.

Not really, it’s fine.


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