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It's a Balancing, no a Juggling Act

Sunday, February 03, 2013

This journey to health is at best a balancing act, keeping all the plates spinning and in place on the sticks: planning menus, produce shopping, cooking, managing cravings, work, family in sickness and health, time for fitness, the weather, fun, housework, family celebrations, friends, spiritual work, and on and on.

At other times, it feels more like a juggling act, making hospital visits, attending memorials, getting bills paid, pulling together tax information, finding something that still fits to wear to church or the Valentines dance or the pool. Sometimes a plate crashes to the floor, even for the best, seasoned, performer. Like when the bathing suit just hangs on you and you know if you wore it to the pool, you might as well be wearing your birthday suit, and where can you find a new suit the first week in February, except maybe on a cruise ship?
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  • SAGELADY2
    Great news on the bathing suit. Online is the way to go.

    Juggling, my middle name right now. It will get better, and as we all know, will get worse. Otherwise known as life happens. :-)

    1330 days ago
  • NORASPAT
    Look for a suit on-line they are there all the time. In fact this is usually the time of year when the suits are on sale. Take care and keep juggling most of us have to you know. Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon
    1335 days ago
  • CHRISTINASP
    Can't help it have to say it: are you sure the birthday suit is tighter, after losing all that weight?!!! emoticon
    1335 days ago
  • LESLIELENORE
    It definitely feels like juggling at times! Sorry to hear about your bathing suit crisis, but it actually sounds like a milestone indicating you are getting closer to your goal.
    1336 days ago
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