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2 blah days

Sunday, November 08, 2009

I had such a great day on Fri. So much energy and feeling well. Then Saturday and Sunday I felt like crap. No energy and no appetite and no will to do anything. I rested most of the day and then had a nap in the afternoon. Got up and had a walk with my friend and then came home to dinner and a pot of tea. I made some peanut butter cookies hoping they would taste because of the strong flavour but no luck. No luck with chocolate either. I guess strong cheeses and vinegars are going to be the ticket for a while. emoticon

I have discovered that Hagen Daz does the trick!
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    Love PB cookies too. I found though that eating the wrong things over the years was a part of the reason I may have gotten cancer. Too much body weight and unhealthy foods. So be careful. I know from the emotional prospective (Why I Eat)! That we try to find something that makes us happy. I do love it that you are going for walks and getting your exercise. Great job! I'm still trying to get that as a daily thing for my health. Still not there yet.
    Well I'll stop preaching to the choir. You already know all this stuff.
    Praying for you

    2932 days ago
    Yum!! I like strong cheeses and vinegar. I hope you feel better!
    2933 days ago
    emoticon I couldn't eat chocolate during chemo either, it tasted awful at the time. But after I was done with chemo, my taste for chocolate returned; not sure if that's a good thing or a bad, lol.
    2934 days ago
    I sure hope that you're feeling a lot better today.


    2934 days ago
    Hugs and prayers!
    2935 days ago
    I have been praying for you. I will continue praying for you.
    2935 days ago
    LOL@ your choices of meals.

    ou might try some original chicken noodle soup. I am thinking the Chemo is doing this to you.
    I really hope tomorrow is a better day for you.
    2935 days ago
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