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Friday, May 30, 2008

I am going to miss my weigh in this week.

Today after Johnny gets out of work, we are going with some friends down to Kansas City to Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun. I cannot WAIT. I've been waiting for this trip like ALL WEEK.

I did both today's and tomorrow's bootcamp challenges today so that I could finish it out, and tomorrow is the last day for that. I hope they keep the videos up so we can continue doing them.

Today I need to finish packing, go to Walmart to get some on-the-road snacks, and then I'm meeting Jaci and Paige for lunch, before Jaci and I come back here getting ready to leave. I also have to take Moxi to the vet to be kenneled for the weekend.

We get back on Sunday night, and Monday morning is my surgery. If the anesthesia is anything like for my other surgery, I should have no problem updating on Monday. I will wait to weigh in until next week, though. I hope it shows a good loss.

No one has really been able to tell me what my recovery will be like. They say it won't be too long, but they can't determine anything final until they're actually in there and see how deep this thing is. They said I should still be able to walk though, so I can get SOME cardio in at least. We'll see I guess.

So you won't hear from me until Monday!! Try not to miss me too much ;)
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    Enjoy your vacay and I hope your surgery goes okay.
    3522 days ago
    Have a blast!! You deserve a mini vacation!

    3524 days ago
    Have a great time this weekend! You totally deserve it. I've got my fingers crossed that all will go well with your surgery. Good luck!
    3524 days ago
    We will miss your updates, but have fun, be safe and happy recovery!
    3524 days ago
    Have a good time!!!!
    3524 days ago
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