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Down and Out

Friday, October 17, 2008

I was down a pound on Monday! But I've been doing some emotional eating since then. Stressing out a bit about all that needs to be done before my trip to the States, and also fighting a cold. But hanging in there none the less...

DMom is able to talk again! She had the tracheal breathing tube taken out on Wednesday. I'm looking forward to chatting with her later today for the first time in about 6 weeks.

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FORMYDARLINGS 10/20/2008 8:48PM

    I'm so happy for your mom and you. I know that she will be less frightened now that she can speak. I hope your dad is managing through all this too. I say a prayer for you and your family every evening. Take care Michelle,

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HOMEBUNNY 10/20/2008 12:52PM

    That is great news about your mom!!

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JANETELIZABETH1 10/18/2008 3:44PM

    Fantastic news about your mum Michelle!
Don't worry, the Lord will undertake for all your arrangements.
Hope you're soon feeling much better.
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CTEMPLE 10/17/2008 9:34PM

    Hi Michelle and what great news. Don't worry too much about emotional eating, we are humans after all!
Today I started with exercise again with a bit of trepidation, but I managed it. It's a great stress reliever and I haven't got any sanity without it.

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SKISINCO 10/17/2008 3:53PM

    Great news about your mom Michelle! Hope you feel better and thanks for the input on my blog!

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TERRIEJO53 10/17/2008 2:13PM

    With all you have already accomplished, a week of stress eating isn't going to hurt you. You will be back on track in no time.

Have a nice chat with your mom. I'm glad she is doing better.

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