So Very Tired

Monday, March 29, 2010

I've been traveling again. This time for a job interview in California as an Operations Manager and to move my twin sister from Arizona to her next duty station in Louisiana. I've been laid off since February and have two job opportunities coming my way.

Here in Arizona it hasn't been all work and no play:) On Saturday, I went hiking in the Huachuca Mountains and did a little spelunking. Today we visited Kartchner Caverns and then cleaned my sister's house. I'm so tired.

I have had very little time to myself, but just wanted to let everyone know that I'm still around the blogosphere. I'm holding steady in P4 near my last injection weight of 180 pounds.

Love to All!
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  • NINA3823
    Hey it sounds like you are around my old neighborhood. I'm from AZ but moved to Hawaii a year ago. I use to live in Sierra Vista.
    I'm glad to hear that you are holding at LIW. I had MAJOR stress and depression the last couple weeks of P4 and gianed 10 :(. But I'm back on HCG and ready to get that 10 off plus a lot more.
    Take care of yourself and I wish you the best of luck in finding a job.
    2722 days ago
    So good to hear from you, good luck with the job interview hope it comes through for you! Sounds like you are doing great. Moving not so much fun but it does keep you moving. Now the hike sounds like fun. Take care!!
    2731 days ago
  • DIANNA_24
    Good luck on your job opportunities! It is great to see how well you've done with maintaining your weight into P4. Great motivation...hoping I can do the same thing!

    2736 days ago
    Glad you checked in. I have to say I would rather be too busy that too bored...... lol But that is just me.

    Hope to hear more from you soon! My fingers are crossed for you on the job front!
    2737 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/29/2010 9:13:13 AM
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