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Lesson(s) I learned today...

Thursday, December 06, 2012

My original blog I was trying to type on my Kindle on the bus this morning was just one lesson, but I had to revise this blog to two lessons! Lesson #1 - don't try to write blogs on my Kindle!!!! This is now I think the 3rd time that I have been mostly done writing a blog and my Kindle ate it :-(. So no more doing that!

Lesson #2, the original one I was posting about, is do NOT let my thyroid medication run out EVER again!!!!! I called the pharmacy for a refill this weekend, but keep forgetting to go pick it up. So yesterday I took my last pill. Somewhere in my house I have a spare bottle from a year ago with a lower dose, but I spent 5 min this morning hunting for it and finally gave up. So I wound up being late for bootcamp, and without any thyroid meds on board in my system. I haven't been without since I started supplementation not quite 2 years ago, and I had forgotten how crappy I felt back then!

I had zero energy in bootcamp, felt like I was in a fog and I still have a horrible headache :-(. I am debating taking a pill tonight after I pick my prescription up at the pharmacy, but I don't want to get my schedule off. Maybe I'll take half a one so then I can get back on my AM dose schedule.

I never posted a Dec goals blog, but I do have some, so will try to post a longer blog this weekend. I also keep meaning to take some more progress pics, but I think I may just wait until Christmas so I can have someone in my family take them (they'll turn out much better than me taking them myself!).

Hope everyone has a good Thursday!
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  • BIGPAWSUP
    Honey, don't mess with your meds! As the pharmacist about taking one tonight and one in the am.
    1391 days ago
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