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Long and hot day

Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Today was a long and hot day. We took my dad's oldest brother to the chiropractor today. The brother wasn't having a good day. Took him over an hour to eat breakfast and have to have help feeding himself. He's dehydrated again and need to get him to drink more. His memory is getting to the point where he can't count money too well. He's 82 years old. Then we had to take a vehicle to another town for the garage here in town for an alignment. Talk about getting sweaty. Both things we did today made me so tired that I didn't even do workout DVDs today. I'm so close in falling asleep at the computer because of it. I didn't get my nap in today. Tried to this afternoon in my room with no luck.

No change in weight. Still at 197 pounds. Did the same thing that I did yesterdy at lunch except the sandwich was different and so was the soup. I ate the sandwich for lunch but no fries. The zinc pill must be working.

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    Goodness, I just compared our respective weather reports and you are running about 10 degrees hotter than South Carolina. You'll have to come South to get cool. Anyway, sorry about your frustrating plateau. However, you have made it out of Twoterville and into Onederland, and that in itself is worthy of celebration---yay! emoticon
    2036 days ago
    Sorry to hear that your uncle isn't doing very well. What did the doc say about him being dehydrated?

    I think this heat is making everyone tired. You just gotta keep pushing through. If you don't feel like doing a long workout, start with just 10 minutes and see how you feel at the end and do more if you feel like it.

    Don't forget to keep yourself hydrated!

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    2036 days ago
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