It's hard to get off the last few pounds and I'm so close. I have hypothyroidism which makes losing difficult so maybe I should maintain as I've been doing and just keep tracking. I'll never be a size 6 again and at my age I'm satisfied with just keeping fit and enjoying life.
Born 1950. I have severe arthritis (since my mid-30's) and have undergone multiple hand surgeries (joint fusions, replacements, etc.) I also had a triple cervical fusion. Now have hypothyroidism. Old age ... gotta love it.
I've been married since 1981 to a great guy; no children. I have two wonderful cats that are the light of my life. Over the years I've always had cats that live to a ripe old age (the two recent losses were 20 years old and 16 years old) and one dog (a Westie) that lived to 16 which was almost unheard of as they usually live only 10-12 years.
I attend a wonderful Church and enjoy my immediate family and friendships.
It's fractured. He first said surgery but I groaned and he said we could try a splint and will go for catscan in few days to make sure he didn't miss anything. Going to work tomorrow to talk to my manager. Look for my blog soon about how all this happened from my trusting a stupid personal trainer. Someone who wasn't Christian would be taking the gym to the cleaners...I won't but they may need to pick up the medical bills when all this it's done.
Laura, you bring such joy to so many (me, especially!) and you demonstrate your lovely spirit by such things as making sure Alex and Cleo got a good permanent home. You certainly are going to have many, many stars in your crown when we get "home". While that may not be your goal, just remember that we're going to lay our crowns at the feet of the King, so those extra stars in your crown will be an added blessing to Him.