It’s Not You, it’s Me.

Dear Blog,

When we first started this relationship, I admit, I was excited. I enjoyed seeing you everyday. We had so much to talk about! Knowing I would meet with you at the end of the day made me look at the world differently. But then, something changed. I don’t know, who can say who started it, but suddenly we didn’t have much to say. We’d stare at each other over dinner, barely speaking. Surely you’ve noticed. Oh, we tried to hide it behind funny videos and links, but we both know the truth. We’d lost interest. I know every relationship goes through this, but I somehow thought we were different. So where do we go from here? I think we both need to take a long, hard look at what we’ve got and decide if we should continue. Going through the motions doesn’t help anyone.

Ask Demi and Ashton.

7 thoughts on “It’s Not You, it’s Me.

  1. Lisa,
    I hope you keep writing Zolligirl. It brings a smile to my face each time I read it. You have a great talent!
    Can you tell me what the 10/8010 for the juice diet is? I’m thinking about doing it for a week. I have lost 22 pounds but seem to have hit a road block. Thought maybe this would jump start me again.
    Keep up the great work!

  2. Hi Michelle!
    I’m doing a juice and raw food diet. It’s actually a lot easier than you think. I lost 5 pounds the first week. You can find all about the different programs at

    Because I want food, I juice about 10% of my meals, raw for 80%, and 10% cooked. Give it a try!

  3. Well, since you’re juicing to lose weight we’ve decided that we’ll go on a hunger strike if you stop ZG…it may be the only way we’ll lose weight. If you stop writing, we stop eating.

  4. PS – as I write this, we’re eating our second helpings, each, of your milk-dipped-cookies-and-whipped-cream “cake.”

    See the good you do with ZG?! Our waistlines thank you.

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