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Day Two

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Today Joey went to the doctor to get his follow up. Everything looked good. So now I have to treat the loose cough. I also have a nebulizer and a just in case prescription for steroids. I was grateful to my doc for those. I went out to Target and got some cool free stuff thanks to coupons. I'm trying to coupon more on things that I know that I'll use and benefit from. I just skip over the stuff I don't such as Yakisoba Noodles.

Saturday is St Pat's and I need to look for a T-Shirt. It's too bad I'll have to look for an XXL. At least they only cost $8.00. Here is a look at my weight for St Pat's over the last three years.


2011 - Before Pregnancy - 205
2012 - Post Baby - 227 ish
2013 - The first year - 267

So I'm up about 40 lbs from last year and 60 pounds up from 2011. I think I remember being 246 for St Pat's in 2009 so my weight has obviously been all over the place. I must admit that I have not weighed myself this week. As soon as I get up, I grab Joey and begin my daily care routine. I didn't fit the scale into that. Tomorrow I will weight myself for the correct number.
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  • v DIET_FRIEND
    One day at a time; one pound at a time! There is no short cut. Wish there were and we'd all be at our goal weights!
    1199 days ago
  • v ROCKYCPA
    Take it one day at a time - you can do it!
    1199 days ago
  • v EDDYMEESE
    You'll get back there...one day at a time!
    1200 days ago
  • v MORTICIAADDAMS
    It really does help to have a nebulizer and some prednisone on hand. I had to use it with this latest illness I had. I hope Joey is better soon.

    My weight is up to but I am working on it a little at a time. Small goals is all I can handle right now.


    1200 days ago
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