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Sunday, January 20, 2013

It's been a few days since the last blog post... my computer is still behaving badly, and borrowing this laptop from my daughter is like asking her to pull all her teeth, without benefit of anesthetic.

Today I managed to get all my tracking put in since Wednesday, and without even realizing it, I not only made my weekly fitness goal, I broke it. It was a weird feeling, since I didn't feel like I was doing much at all.

I saw the doctor on Thursday, and found out everything in my blood work was perfect, although the iron was a wee bit high, and the hemoglobin is a bit low. My cholesterol levels have gone down since the last time they were checked, which thrills me to no end, AND my sugar levels were fine - so my mom can take her "pre-diabetic" warnings and rumor-mongering and put it somewhere as dark and pessimistic as she is.

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I just have to keep working on keeping my blood pressure down...

I also finished and framed my niece's birth record. I'm debating whether or not to add it to my tracked goals, because it was such a tiny project, compared to what the other folks have been working on. Anyway, we dropped it and the mommy-gift off on Thursday, and I avoided picking the baby up... I wasn't feeling too hot, and if I have something, I don't want to share it with her, only a week old.

So I think that's about it. I'm hoping to have my computer working again very soon, but I guess we'll see. My ex-husband thinks its the RAM chips, so we're going to experiment and see how it goes. Fingers crossed!!!

Have an amazing week everyone....
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MORRIGHAN 1/25/2013 4:10AM

    Thanks for stopping by the blog, folks! emoticon

SlimLila - how's your nephew doing? Sounds like he's had a very scary first few days - I hope he's doing much better!

My oldest was premature and needed to be revived twice before things evened out. She fought through and was even released from NICU two weeks early, and then spent only three weeks in the T1 unit. When she was 18 months old she was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy because of the brain damage, but she's overcome most of that, too - walks, runs and graduated high school almost two years ago. I watched her get her diploma thinking "and they said she wouldn't walk, and probably not get through grade school..."

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CAKAROO 1/21/2013 10:22AM

    Have a good week!

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PRAIRIECROCUS 1/21/2013 1:18AM

    I enjoyed reading your blog !
I hope that you and yours will have an amazing week, too !
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SLIMLILA 1/20/2013 7:31PM

    I had a great nephew born just over a week ago, and he had to be air-lifted to Halifax (from Cape Breton) and have major surgery with a specialist and then after a few days in hospital, he then had to take a shuttle drive 5 hrs. to finally get back home.

Amazing what little babies are capable of. Hope your niece is healthy and doesn't need any of these medical interventions or adventures.

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SPIRALDOWN 1/20/2013 7:17PM

    sounds like you had a productive time...

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