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Looks Blah but I'm Doing OK

Monday, February 25, 2013

Weigh in was not what I hoped for. I didn’t move up or down. However, considering my lack of activity and all the cookies I ate last week, I did ok. I am re-motivated to do well this week. Today was a good start.

I have read 122 pages of “Daughter of Persia.” Very interesting. A totally different way of life and of looking at life. I’ll probably be done with it by Thursday and can get it back to Jan.

Saw the chiro this morning. I felt worse after he made adjustments than I had when I went in. Dan says its because things are being pushed back into place and they don’t like it. It has calmed down this evening. I find I’m keeping my jaw tense. Every time I notice it, I relax it. Like right now.

I did walk to the post box today – one mile. So I got a wee bit of exercise. I really felt it and it did not feel good. I hope tomorrow is better.

Speaking of tomorrow, we will be up and out the door early as I need to be in Stockton for my appointment with the SSDI judge. I’m trying not to worry…what will be, will be. I’m so glad Dan is here for me!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
DEWSPARKLE 2/27/2013 12:52PM

    I've also heard that after chiro adjustments you can actually have more pain and it's supposed to be normal. But no one said it was fun! LOL anyway, I guess by now you already met with the SSDI judge, so I hope it went well for you!

oh, and good job on walking to the post office box! sometimes if you are in pain, you just have to celebrate the little things you can still do.


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BILL60 2/26/2013 8:16AM

    Hang tough!!

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PINKEUROGIRL 2/26/2013 12:28AM

    You can do this!!

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CORNERKICK 2/26/2013 12:08AM

  Good luck to you

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