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The Bad, The Good, and The TMI

Monday, October 15, 2012

The Bad and The Good : Some days it seems like no matter how long I'm awake there is always something else to do. Yesterday I got up at 5 a.m and went to bed at 12:30 a.m. and I still managed to miss some things. I'm feeling pretty good though about my food. Even though I've had some really long days I haven't gone overboard snacking just because I'm tired and stressed. Lots of things going on in my life right now. Trying to sell our house (I really hate showing the house. I dislike having strangers wandering around looking at my stuff), staff changes at work, the joys of 2 teenage girls who are fighting tooth and nail to get some sugar into our house. I'm just trying to stay strong and mentally thanking my doctor every day for the anti-anxiety meds. emoticon
I've lost 10 pounds so far and (here comes the TMI) my undies no longer fit. It's strange to put on your underwear and realize that they are too big after spending too long putting them on and realizing they're too small. Now all I have to do is break it to my loving husband that he has to shell out for some new underthings. Wish me luck!
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  • v PJMOGG
    emoticon Hah!! Don't ya love it when ya grow outta your panties!! (pardon the slang! hee hee)

    emoticon paula
    1342 days ago
  • v JUDYHELP
    emoticon on the weight loss. You did great. Sorry for the teenage girls and no sugar. Thank the above meds. Haha I've enjoyed mine. As for the undies walk around and say dear I think I need some new ones. emoticon continued success on your journey, and new undies. Judy
    1351 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/15/2012 11:33:50 PM
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