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Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My! Random Thoughts for Today.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Thoughts buzz through my head at the speed of light some days.

I often wonder how I could have let myself come to this point, I'm only 40 after all...then again, I was wondering the same thing a couple years ago too.

I was able to get myself on track and lose 52 pounds and then started having troubles with my gallbladder, I thought it very odd because my diet was healthy. Turns out almost everyone in my family has had their gallbladder taken out!
Since the surgery, there is no way that I can go back to the diet plan that I was on....my poor digestive system can't handle it now emoticon

Genetics aren't always so awesome emoticon I ended up putting all the weight back on plus a few extra pounds and a couple more health problems to boot.

I try to make healthy (healthier) choices in what I eat, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't work so well.
I realize that I am the type of person who needs a lots of emotional support....and sometimes I just need a swift kick in the behind! My beau is great at the former...not so much at the latter.
But he is all mine and I am all his, and I just love him to pieces! emoticon

I am looking forward to both giving and receiving support, and so far I love being able to log my meals without having to carry around a notebook!
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  • SKYRUNHER
    I had my gall bladder taken out years ago and you may experience some changes to your healthy diet, especially at first but you should be able to get back to it. I still have issues eating apples, so I just try to eat less of them. I do eat some but I know roughly how often I can eat them and I make sure that I don't past that limit. You'll be back on track soon! Don't give up!
    1636 days ago
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