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Monday, March 18, 2013

So my job interview is this Thursday. I took the day off since we couldn't get a time that would work for both parties. It's about 45 minutes from here and if I get the job we'll look into moving. It's a town that I've been wanting to live in so that would be good. The problem would be with my husband's job. He'd have a longer drive, but thinks he can get transferred to a work from home position in November or so. I guess time will tell.

These days I have to force myself to eat. I had a mild case of food poisoning or something on Thursday and just can't get interested in food. The good news is I've lost 4.5 pounds. I get hungry and after half an apple I can't eat anymore. I feel okay otherwise and even managed 45 minutes on my exercise bike today. I'm cheating by having a sugary drink in my coffee cup at work to keep my blood sugar up. Don't want to pass out with the kids.

The snow really looks pretty outside, but Mother Nature needs to get her act together. I am in desperate need of my wildlife sanctuary fix!
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    Best wishes on the job interview! I hope it goes well.

    A tip from someone with a partially paralyzed digestive system: back away from the high fiber and high fat foods for a few days. Give your stomach a rest for a few days with more protein and carbs which are easier to digest. If you're not feeling better in a few days, check in with a doctor.
    1826 days ago
    If you are meant to have this job I truly believe it will work out. Glad your husband is behind you. Best of luck!
    1826 days ago
    I hope you start to feel better after that bout of food poisoning. I wonder what it is like to NOT have an appetite! I am always up for eating and to look at me you know it. Good luck with the job interview and I hope you get the position that you want.
    1826 days ago
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