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The slowest person on earth

Friday, June 19, 2009

Or sometimes I feel that way, anyway. It seems everyone finishes the C25K program with ease, then runs 5ks effortlessly.

So why is it so difficult for me? I've been doing it rather loosely, throwing in some other running exercises in there when I'm actually able to breath and run. I'm on week 4. You're supposed to run 1/2 mile in 5 minutes -- not exactly a scorching time. If my husband did his math right, that's 6 mph. Only I can't maintain 6 mph for 5 minutes. So I did 5 mph. I did manage it, but I was STILL struggling with it at that speed. It took me a whopping 26 minutes to run/walk a bit over 2 miles.

Of course, the reality is that's fantastic. I couldn't do even that a year ago.

At this rate, tho, I despair of ever actually be able to fully run a 5k unless I'm going so slow a walker could pass me.

Several of my friends, new runners, seem to have no troubles at all going much faster than me. Why is running so hard for me? Why is going at a normal speed -- not fast, mind you, but a normal rate, so difficult for me?

And all this is on a treadmill, no less, which is supposed to make running easier because it propels you forward.

Don't get me wrong, I am pleased with my progress over the last year, because it's truly been progress for me. I just don't want to be the last person over the finish line if I ever do run a proper 5k. I suppose someone has to be.

Walking our 5k (altho I don't think it was actually 5k) last week made me think this seems an awful long way to run. Granted, I had a pretty high fever just a few days before & I still can't completely breathe, so that might have something to do with it, too.

  
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NURSEBOOPY1 6/23/2009 4:24PM

    I say kuddos to you for just doing it! Im a slow runner also, I always have been. I even caught heck for it while I was in the army. Just keep on...keepin on........

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DDHEART 6/23/2009 3:01PM

    I'm a couple of days behind in reading blogs so please forgive me for just now getting to this.

I read all of your recent blogs, each one touching me in a different way (the main reason I read blogs) and inspiring me. This one got me typing though...I have just started running a short time ago...never, I mean never thought of myself as a person who would or could run...here's the thing...when I run it's just me....and I'm not fast...I don't plan on doing a race ever (maybe that'll change, I don't know) but I like the time to focus on my thoughts...it's the one time when it's not only ok but actually better to be totally self centered. I do have to remind myself sometimes it's about doing it not how fast or how long. I applaud you for doing something that at least right now is not your thing...focus on the doing...forget about how others do...this is about you...numero uno!

Oh, and I love that your DH is seeming to develop the desire? to walk sometimes...I'm sure it's just as they say in the song....to be "CLOSE TO YOU"

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MTER67 6/22/2009 11:33PM

    You are the fastest runner out there in a race of one. It doesn't matter whether you run 8 minute miles or 18 minute ones. The important thing is that you are getting out there and doing the best that you can. I am not fast either--like you I am short and my body works twice as hard propelling me over the miles as it would if I was a lanky 5'10.

If I told you that my lack of speed never discourages me, I would be lying--but I do try to compare my abilities against the only real competition I have: myself over time. I ran the marathon this year at a faster overall pace per mile than I did an 8 mile run a few years ago when I was younger. I did not set the marathon course on fire, but I am proud of how fit I was "for me."

The more you run, the better sense you will develop for how you are doing. The most important thing you can do now is to concentrate on consistancy and building up your distance. Speed is something that will come slowly over time. If you were to try to run a lot faster now, you risk being derailed by an injury. And that would not help you at all!

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JERSEYGIRLNICO 6/22/2009 11:46AM

    I think the fact that you run at all is something you should be proud of. Personally, the only time you will find me running is when someone is chasing me.

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TRECECOOKS 6/21/2009 5:57PM

    Judy, I can't run at all, not even close. I think you are doing great. Bulding up gradually, even if it is slower than what one hopes, still seems wisest.

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ASHERAH38 6/21/2009 1:39PM

    I think everyone has their own pace of progress and there is no right way . 26 minutes for 2 miles sounds pretty good to me. I did one of Spark's running programs to run a mile without stopping. And although I never got to actually run the mile, I do enjoy wogging and have added it to my workout routine.

So Kudos to you. And practice will continue to improve your speed.

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 6/20/2009 11:25PM

    I say kudos to you - no matter how slow you think you are going. It would be fantastic to run or walk that distance - way to go! Kudos to you!

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LEONALIONESS 6/19/2009 10:54AM

    I'm not doing 10 min miles any more, not since I upped my mileage and am running on hillier terrain. I shoot for 11 min miles and usually finish my titch over 3 mile runs in around 33-34 minutes. Not a scorching time, either.

I was faster before when only going one mile, walking, one mile. Then I could do 9-9:30 min. miles since the amount of energy I needed to save was less. Since I'm building endurance, my speed is way down.

They say that you only should work on one or the other, mileage or speed, to avoid injury. I was working on speed. Now I'm working mileage and my speed suffers.

I think, since the C25K is a plan to increase mileage that speed is not as much a focus. I've got friends who ran their first 5Ks and were doing 13-14-15 min. miles ... what matters is they finished! I've had days where I couldn't do more than 13 min. miles, too. But I ran and I finished the distance I set out to run.

It is hard not to get caught up in speed, I know. I'm trying very hard to become less focused on it as I train for a 10K distance. I need to pay attention to how my body feels and how much I'm exerting myself to avoid reinjury. The only reason I've been paying much attention to my speed lately is for tracking purposes. ;)

My last run was so hard (humid, felt like I was breathing water and couldn't get any oxygen) that I even had to walk bits of it. That's what my body needed and my goal is to get stronger. I've swallowed my pride a bit and have decided that I don't have to prove anything to anyone and need to listen to my body better, rather than pushing pushing pushing. I'm not in a race and I'm not competing with other runners here. I just need to run for me. :)

I think you're doing awesome!
Keep it up and just run for you. :)

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KEAKMAN 6/19/2009 8:24AM

    A 10 minutes mile is fast! I only ran that once, and nearly killed myself doing it. These days I am happy if I get my miles uner 14 minutes - a 7 minute half mile for you. Good thing I didn't try the C25K thing - I'd have quit!

Since I have injured myslef I have really read a lot about running and learning to run and training to run, and I realized that they were telling the truth. Trying to go too fast or too far too early in your training is silly. Writers talk about people who do that being tired, easily injured, and making little progress. Hmmmmm, back when I was killing myself I literally came home from my runs and needed a nap. At 7:30 or 8 in the morning! I would fall asleep sitting down. Or if I made the mistake a laying down, especially after I showered. That doesn't happen these days. And I pulled my hip flexor (mostly healed) and my achilles tendon (still killing me) which has put me back at the beginning. My HR was through the roof. I wasn't losing weight. And I was heading for burnout.

Now, even though it makes me champ at the bit, I like running. I feel better. I don't need a post-run nap. And my owies are getting better!

All that to say, run what you can as fast as is comfy for you. THAT is the right speed and right distance. (and don't throw up too much dust in my face when you get that 10 minute mile down!)

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MARIE625 6/19/2009 7:22AM

    You aren't the slowest! I think I probably win that award. I even came across a huge turtle during a recent run, and it out ran me! That's pretty bad. Oh well. I'm running which is a huge improvement over laying on the couch. :)

We are both making progress, and that's what really matters.

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FITKAT2010 6/19/2009 6:16AM

    I am not a runner. It seems to me that you are doing fantastic.



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Reality checks

Thursday, June 18, 2009

One thing I've learned from the past 20 years, is that I need reality checks. I know when I'm gaining weight. Maybe not at first, but when those pants sizes start to go up, I know it. Going to WW meetings monthly doesn't cut it for me -- I need the accountability of weekly meetings. SP is wonderful, and I'd be lost without it, but I also need that F2F interaction -- once a week.

It's nice to know, tho, that I won't fall apart during those odd times when I can't make it. Like last week, when I was just too sick.

Not much comes between me & my WW meeting -- not returning husbands, not pouring rain, and in the winter, not snow, either. So you know I'm really sick when I don't get to my meeting.

I was a tiny bit apprehensive this morning. I haven't been terrible, but there have been some BLTs -- more than normal -- over the last couple of weeks. There hasn't been a great deal of exercise. I did manage to have a small loss, and I'm pleased with that.

It's nice to know that your routine can get shot to heck, and you can still stay on track.

I've been mostly listening to the angels lately. I had a powerful urge to make some chocolate chip cookies the other day. I even took out the vegan margarine to soften up. You guys helped me, tho, even tho I know you weren't aware of it. I decided that even tho I knew I could make the cookies and only eat one or two, I'd already had plenty of indulgences over the past couple of weeks & I really didn't need it. I settled for yogurt with some chocolate chips instead.

It's still hard sometimes, tho. I worry when I can't get in the normal amount of exercise, can't face fruits & veggies, and still indulge my sweet tooth. Hopefully I am getting to the place where I can deal with these normal life interruptions.

I also know that those last 10 lbs are the hardest, and I've been stuck for a while here. I need to shake things up a bit. Still dragging a bit with this cold tho. Especially on days like today -- I thought I wouldn't make my meeting today because it was pouring when I got up. I didn't think I'd be able to get the dogs out. Chester did go out first thing, even with the rain (altho he really didn't want to), and sat shivering in the rain for about 5 minutes before he finally decided to do his business -- of course, he wouldn't have gotten so wet if he'd just done it right away like he usually does. Lola just got wet.

But we had a break right about the time I need to walk them. I am very grateful for that break, too! It would have been oh-so-easy to just blow it off today. It started raining again as we got close to home, and hasn't let up much since then.

Oh, I have forgotten to update y'all on the house: it's not sold yet, but we're close. We have an offer that's been accepted, they did their inspection yesterday & didn't find anything new wrong with the house, so it looks like this one will finally go through. Since the first inspection turned up hail damage on our roof, we got it inspected -- and the insurance company will pay to replace the roof. What a great added bonus!

There are always good things in with the bad -- you just have to realize when they happen, and appreciate them.

  
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TRECECOOKS 6/21/2009 6:14PM

    Hope the sale of the house goes thru without too much trouble.
I hear you on the reality check issue, too. Sometimes when I think I'm listening to my body, it is really my shoulder devil!

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MTER67 6/18/2009 7:34PM

    My favorite line is your last one:

"There are always good things in with the bad -- you just have to realize when they happen, and appreciate them."

Man, if we could all do that, all of the time, our lives would be so much richer, don't you think?

Great job on keeping it positive! The rain, your cold, too many BLTs--these are all little bumps in the track, but you have no risk of derailment!

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FITKAT2010 6/18/2009 7:14PM

    I think you truly understand the facts of having a lifestyle instead of a diet. You are looking at this as day in day out, which may not be exciting, but we need to accept it.

Karen

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SUZY6281 6/18/2009 1:57PM

    Congratulations on the loss!! You are doing awesome!
suzy

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What is naturally thin?

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Besides the title of a book I highly recommend.

I've been pondering the difference between being naturally thin and slipping (even had a title for that -- slip sliding away). It's so easy to let the little things pile up. I didn't WI in last week. No biggie, right, I was sick, after all. It's very, very unusual for me not to WI -- I no longer dread it, I want to know.

Then, of course, I didn't eat the best last week. Almost no veggies. You know I'm better now because we went out to eat Sunday (that would be the first clue) & I had a salad. Plenty of veggies yesterday.

It's so easy to indulge yourself after a week of not eating a whole lot. You figure you can get away with a little more. It's not that my eating has been terrible, just that I feel I've been indulging in sweets a bit more than I should. Maybe because I didn't eat a whole lot in general last week.

I made some muffins on Sunday, and yet had an oh-so-rich (and good) slice of peanut butter pie, too (shared with DH). We had a rich dinner last night -- grilled a steak (bought at the farmer's market), baked potato, & asparagus -- and I had some home made ice cream for dessert. I bought a vegan cinnamon bun at the grocery store yesterday, and half of that will be part of my breakfast this morning. WI should be interesting this week.

Now, it's easy to say I can indulge a bit after being sick. Only I haven't been exercising much either. I walked the dogs yesterday, and had planned on doing about a 20 minute exercise DVD yesterday afternoon, but I was tired and never did it. Didn't quite make my 10,000 steps. And I definitely didn't any day last week except for the 5ish-k.

So there's always that little voice at the back of your mind, reminding you that these are all the little things that add up. That you aren't a naturally thin person, and you have to be more vigilant than a "normal" person.

The little devil in me says maybe I'm just listening to my body. It's still tired. I don't want this cold to hang on any longer than necessary, so I need to take it easy. I've never felt sick or bloated or too full with what I have eaten, so maybe I truly am just listening to my body and giving it what it needs.

Do you listen to the angel or do you listen to the devil?

  
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STARTSPARKING 6/19/2009 6:03AM

    Lately it has been the devil, and I hate it. The devil is getting heavier, tipping off the balance. Therefore, I've been walking around with one shoulder much lower than the other. Gosh, I look like Igor! emoticon emoticon

Thanks for the much needed reminder that little things DO add up. emoticon

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SUZY6281 6/18/2009 1:57PM

    I usually listen to the angel (lately), but the devil is always just around the corner waving donuts at me.

Good for you for losing weight even with not so stellar weeks behind you. That means you are doing something right.

suzy

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DDHEART 6/17/2009 8:39PM

    As I was getting ready to go back to my page I thought about your title......the answer is....
My hair is naturally thin! emoticon

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DDHEART 6/17/2009 8:36PM

    I listen to both....sometimes at the same time, like the cartoon image of the devil whispering in one ear and the angel in the other...hope you're feeling better, when we're tired is when we need to take the dogs for a walk....let the fresh air feed our bodies so we aren't thinking about feeding them with sugar and fats....take care.

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MTER67 6/16/2009 10:31AM

    Too funny--your title is very ironic considering the blog I just posted. Oops!

I can't answer your question, other than to point out that you eat better than anyone I know. I think if I didn't have to cook for so many, I would eat more like you--a lot less meat, more whole foods, and home baked treats.

I think more people would be "naturally" thin if they watched their portions and the quality of the food they eat. What is the percentage of Americans who are overweight now? Over 60%? I can't believe that 60% of Americans suffer from slow metabolisms. It is absolutely a lifestyle thing that is killing us.

You are tracking all of this stuff because you are actively trying to lose weight. I sincerely believe that once you get into your goal range, you will stay there this time. The lifestyle changes you've made will help you to hover there--so won't you be "naturally thin", too? Just a thought.

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KEAKMAN 6/16/2009 8:14AM

    Angel or devil? hmmmm..... I think it's still a 50/50 split for me. Maybe 60/40 on the side of right and good. I like the exercise part, but the good eating part - that slays me day after day.

Continue to feel better and get your self back into the groove - you'll continue to make improvements, mostly because you are thinking about what you are doing!

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FITKAT2010 6/16/2009 6:10AM

    I listen to the angel.

It is more important to ask yourself, why did you do all this? Go back to just before you got sick. There's clues all over this blog.

Good hunting!

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Feeling better, again

Monday, June 15, 2009

Only this time I really am on the mend. I spiked a fever on Thursday -- funny, I was feeling better before that -- and felt totally miserable. Not much better Friday morning, but since then I've felt better every day.

In fact, I did something that could have been really stupid -- I mentioned the charity walk I'd wanted to do on Saturday. Well, we did it. It was a 5k, and I probably wasn't really quite up to it. My husband got his company to approve it as a team building event, so he & his one "employee" were paid for, and he was going with or without me. I really wanted to do it, so I went. Luckily, it didn't set me back.



There we are after the finish above. I had thoughts of walking it this year, and maybe running it next year. Except turns out it's really disorganized. We waited almost an hour just to start; the route isn't well marked, and according to my pedometer we didn't go 5k, so I'm not sure we actually did the whole route. We weren't dead last, but we were close -- of course, we started out last, too.

Still, it was for a good cause (abused animals) -- Riley's Run for those in the Albany area -- so I don't have any regrets. The dogs had a good time, too.

Just not sure something so disorganized is right for my first 5k. OTOH, considering what a slow runner I am, maybe it's perfect. It's not a timed event, btw, so other than your own watch, there's no way to know your time. Still looking for the transmitter for my HRM . . .

  
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STARTSPARKING 6/16/2009 1:16AM

    I'm glad you are feeling better. Kudos to you for going ahead with the 5K although you weren't feeling 100%. Sorry the event was disorganized, but I hope you, your hubby, and your dogs enjoyed it anyway.

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LEONALIONESS 6/15/2009 11:51AM

    :)

I'm glad you're feeling better!

You should look into the Farm Sanctuary 'Walk for Farm Animals'... they are small, individually run walks all over the country (and even internationally) that all support Farm Sanctuary. There is one is St. Paul each year and it's always been really well run. It's fun to get together with other folks who respect farmed animals and want to end abuse of them (not all are vegans/veg, quite a few are welfarists who support FS efforts to end factory farming). I wish ours was a run/walk but I'm quite content to get out and walk with my fellow animal lovers. :)

Good job on your walk. Keep mending!

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KEAKMAN 6/15/2009 8:36AM

    Good for you for doing it - and as you said, it was for a good cause, so that makes it worthwhile. I am glad it didn't set you back - that would have been no fun. And the dogs got their big day outdoors too, so it was a win-win situation.

Too bad it was so disorganized. Maybe, since it wasn't really 5K, you can chalk it up in your mind as a charity run/walk and not a 5K. That way you can run your true first 5K later, when you are feeling better, and you know it's the real deal. And there never is any rule against raising money for a charity for any race, so you could take donations for all of your 5Ks (and beyond!) for abused animal shelters, or rescue groups, or the Humane Society and feel doubly good about what you are doing! There are even training groups that you can join for free if you agree to raise "X" amount of dollars for your charity. You might want to look into it sometime....

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MTER67 6/15/2009 7:20AM

    Sorry your charity walk wasn't very well organized. Sometimes that gives the event a little more character...when Gungho and I ran an 11K in GA in April, the race organizer announced to everyone that the route wasn't very well marked. He told everybody that if they got lost, they should just run around for the amount of time they thought it would take them to run 11K and then show up at the finish when they were done! haha. In the end, it was fairly easy to follow and everybody was given a banana bread for finishing.

What a great picture of you and your husband. You ought to put that one in a frame!

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FITKAT2010 6/15/2009 6:08AM

    Great pic!

You should live in Boise, Idaho. The 60's love child in charge of the events here hasn't a clue on how to organize them, LOL NOT! I got so fed up with the haphazard way things were "run" that I complained to several people. They all looked at me as though I was nuts! This is BOYsie afterall....male dominated hierarchy. All men stick together. I was complaining to men, dumb! LOL

I am contemplating organizing walking functions for women here. Wish me luck.

Congrats on finishing the 5K.

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Never send a man shopping

Thursday, June 11, 2009

I'm sure there are men out there who can go food shopping and come back with healthy stuff -- there must be some here on SP -- but I don't personally know any.

Besides the kvetching that ensues, I almost never have DH pick anything up for me because he's sure to pick up junk, too. It's not such a huge problem for me, usually, but he doesn't need it, either.

I didn't have a whole lot of choice yesterday. I didn't actually send him shopping, but he was out & about yesterday & I didn't have anything planned for dinner. Or I didn't want to make it, anyway. So he picked up a roast chicken -- although I explicitly said I had nothing to serve with it.

That is one of my problems when I'm truly sick; I have no interest in veggies at all. Which is odd, because my stomach isn't bothering me and I love veggies. But I just don't want them when I don't feel good. Just like I don't really want water, either, despite the fact that it's usually all I drink. I've been drinking tea. Lots & lots of tea. Not getting in a whole lot of veggies, tho.

I have tried to curtail my eating since I'm not getting a whole lot of exercise, either. It isn't easy, because as I said, my stomach isn't the problem, but I think I've done pretty well.

Anyway, he came back with white dinner rolls. He offered to make me something else, but there really wasn't anything I wanted. So I had one roll and didn't even eat all of that. The joke's on him, though: he left the rolls on the table, and didn't close the bag. I found the bag on the floor this morning, pretty well chewed up. A couple of the rolls were actually out of the bag and on the floor, half consumed by the cats. I had to throw almost all of them out.

He will stomp and rage this morning that he can't have anything. Well, no, if you're not willing to take care of it, you won't. I normally do all that, but I'm just not up to it at the moment.

I feel badly, too, because he finally got me a larger trashcan for the kitchen. I've been needing one. I don't like the waste of the smaller one (the bag is never really full when it's ready to go out).

The problem? It's plastic. We have big, strong, healthy cats. And that's part of why we had a stainless steel trash can. We didn't move it because it was falling apart. I was going to accept it & try it at first, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized it just won't work. The roll caper should show him that. Too flimsy -- we got a stainless steel one in the first place because one of my former cats was a master at getting into the garbage. Plus I like the hands-free aspect.

Louise Hays has an interesting theory about throat problems (my cold started with a sore throat, and my voice has almost disappeared at times): that they can be repressed anger. Things you aren't saying. I thought about that, and knew I had to speak up about the trashcan, silly as that might seem.

  
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TRECECOOKS 6/21/2009 6:10PM

    I hope you got your stainless steel garbage can!

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STARTSPARKING 6/12/2009 12:02AM

    I'm so sorry that you are sick and have to deal with hubby buying junk and cats getting into food that was not put away. I hope your appetite for veggies and water will return soon. Maybe you prefer hot tea because it sooths your throat?

I'm sending you lots of positive energy for a speedy recovery, my friend.
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MOMMA_GRIZZ 6/11/2009 7:47PM

    Sorry to hear you are still feeling under the weather. How about a nice big pot of home-made chicken soup.....it works when I have a cold (even if I'm too sick to make it). Even boiling the chicken seems to help the sinus by putting moisture into the air. Think you may be up to making a pot - it may help in the long run? Hope you feel better soon.

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FITKAT2010 6/11/2009 7:29PM

    In this case Louise has a great point. You are only at the tip of the ice burg hon. Just the tiniest, itsiest, bitsiest tip top of it.

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LEONALIONESS 6/11/2009 1:39PM

    When I'm sick all I seem to want is toast, tea and applesauce. Honestly, I eat jars and jars of applesauce whenever I'm ill. The coolness of it on my sore throat is like a balm and it's sweet without being icky. Maybe get some applesauce!

My cats like to destroy and rend any unattended bread, too.
They just eat enough to ruin it. Sigh.

I hope you feel better soon.
I know I spend half the day in bed and the other half in a hot bath with a cuppa whenever I feel ill.

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SUZY6281 6/11/2009 12:13PM

    Hope you feel better soon. Be sure to get plenty of rest and quit worrying about those rolls. He'll get over it.

suzy

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KEAKMAN 6/11/2009 8:52AM

    Take care of you - physically and mentally! I/we want you back to full strength soon!

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MTER67 6/11/2009 6:40AM

    I am sorry to hear that you are still not feeling well. It sounds like you just need to lie in bed and get some rest! I am sorry about the dinner rolls. I had no idea that cats would go after something like that--I am so used to my little dog who can't even climb stairs, let alone get anything off the countertop!

I hope that you resolve the trash can issue--at least before the cats overturn it onto the floor. I am not sure I believe that your sore throat stems from repressed anger, but I think it was probably exacerbated by stress. You have been dealing with a lot of it lately and your body finally had enough, I'll bet.

Take it easy on yourself. The veggies and exercise can wait. You just need to rest!

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