Monday, October 12, 2009
This weekend I was at the Ladies' Retreat for the Free Methodist Church Rocky Mountain Conference. It was great! Our speaker talked about "getting out of the box" which might be holding us back. Much of that could be the past or things that people say to you now that make you feel inadequate or fear that you will fail. It seems that those things apply a lot to what we are dealing with here, too. A lot of times it is the past that will hold us back from losing the weight we are trying to lose or from doing other things that we want to do.
On Saturday afternoon we had two workshops and I sat in on part of the crafts workshop and learned another way to cast on for knitting (I have a terrible time with that part of knitting or reading patterns so mainly stick with the crochet). The second workshop was Aquacize that has been offered since 2006. That was tiring and got muscles sore, but I made a breakthrough with my frozen shoulder when we were doing jumping jacks. I was able to get my arm straight up over my head. Well, I overdid the joy on that one, so now I have to lift it with my other arm, but at least I can and as the muscle gets better I know I will be able to keep getting it to move more normally.
The weekend was really cold and everything was frosted so I got some nice pictures. I finally have something I can put in the Shutterbugs assignment.
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Today was my Oncology appointment with my new doctor. She came in to tell me that my cancer marker was down from 18 to 16 this time. I am so happy and relieved, too, because I always start worrying before the appointment.
After the appointment my friend and I went to Boston Market for a late lunch. That one wasn't so great. I got the sweet potato casserole and creamed spinach. That sweet potato thing was a whopping 460 calories. I had no idea it was that high in calories. (I did know it was too many carbohydrates for me, though). I guess I will have to do my own sweet potatoes from now on. For supper I had a peach. I'm hoping that will keep me for the night. I'm really not hungry for anything else now anyway.
Sunday, September 06, 2009
I haven't been too good about things since I got back from St. Louis, but today I decided to make a new start at it (hopefully). I am going to try to just eat what I have at home other than for veggies and fruit and milk. Maybe that will make things healthier and I will save a little on expenses. I successfully resisted a few things today, like pies and M&Ms and made some stir fry for lunch.
I've also not been to the pool much since getting back, but my friend is all moved now so I am hoping I will make it several times a week again.
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