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A much cooler day

Sunday, July 08, 2012


It got up to 91 degrees but it's now 72 degrees. But the house still feels warm but not as much as it did when we had the triple digit temperatures. At least I'm not having sweat pouring down my face and neck from the heat. The dog is still panting but she's not panting as much as she was before. The cat isn't panting either. That's good.

I got to go on 3 walks with the dog today. 2 this morning and 1 this afternoon. I thought that I might be walking to church this morning but didn't. Dad got up before 9am and we got to church in time. Almost thought that we were going to be late. I'm hoping for more walks with or without the dog this week. Maybe I can walk around the parking lot of the car dealership we are going to go to tomorrow to get our vehicle serviced in the afternoon or morning. I can't remember.

I drank 2 of my 2L bottles of water today. I refilled the one that I had when we saw my dad's oldest brother today. The brother's stepson has a fridge that has ice and water in it and I refilled the bottle there. It seems like I'm always thirsty and having to pee when I'm at that house for some reason. Today was no different.

I'm finally off of my T.O.M now and thank goodness. Was getting sick and tired of being on it. I was going to get a bottle of cranberry juice to help get rid of it but it slowed down before I could. I feel like I'm human again when it's gone.
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    Yeah! for a cooler day!


    Smile and Enjoy the Rest of Your Day!
    Melinda (gopintos)
    Dr Oz Show Fans Team
    1571 days ago
    Glad to hear that you are feeling better and that the temps have cooled some in your area too.

    Have a great day!

    10k Leader
    1571 days ago
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