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Book Sale, Pinched Nerve, and Work

Monday, April 01, 2013

I was off from work today so I went to the local library friends meeting and we did the set up for the book sale that is happening this weekend. I promised my mother that I would not lift any boxes of books because she did not want me to aggravate the pinched nerve in my neck that is finally feeling normal again. I go back to the doctor tomorrow morning and should be lifted off the restricted shifts. I will be able to bring that notification to work that night. I am excited about this but nervous too. I don't want to re injure my neck. But I know that I need to work more hours to get more money.

The underlying reasons that I want to lose weight is that I want to become fit and feel better. I want to decrease the chances of health problems later and I am losing time to accomplish this because I am getting older all the time. I would like to be able to run again without having breathing issues.

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CAKAROO 4/2/2013 6:23AM


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HAPPYMAMA102 4/2/2013 12:05AM

    I understand. That's why I want to lose weight as well. I want to breathe easier and not feel dizzy if I have to exert myself. :D Hope your neck feels better! No pinching! ;)

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KKLENNERT809 4/1/2013 9:16PM

    Glad to hear that you a feeling better. Keep working at it and you will see results!!

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    Dear DonDain,

I sure hope your neck gets better soon and you continue with your weight loss! I know it is hard to get there. I personally don't believe time is ever really "lost", it's just helping us learn different ways for different things. I wish you the best of success on your weight loss journey!

All the best,
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