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Monday morning, spirits still high

Monday, March 03, 2014

Taking care of my twin 2 yr old granddaughters today. Just doing that has used over a thousand steps and it is only nap time. There is still lots more fun to come!
My doc increased my thyroid med by a little and I swear I can tell a difference. I feel more alert and ready instead of really not wanting to get out of a chair. Yay, with the extra exercise along with it, I'm feeling very upbeat about this spring cleaning thing. I might even start cleaning my own house. (To be happy about that I'll need even more meds!) emoticon

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CIMARTI 3/3/2014 10:18PM

    My daughter, Suzy, has two boys and a girl with one due in August. My daughter, Crystal, has the twins girls with another girl due in July. They both live within 7 miles of me. This is why I have to get serious about my own health right now, I'd like to be on a roll when things get busy, not in the beginning stages.

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CIMARTI 3/3/2014 7:31PM

    Haha, I'd like my pants to fit like that too!

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ANNEMARIA6 3/3/2014 7:29PM

    Yes I need serious medication to want to clean as well, today I am procrastinating going to the laundry room and dealing with several loads of washed and dried but not yet folded and put away clothing.
I am on thyroid meds as well and can relate as a few years ago I was falling asleep every time I was a passenger in the car, sometimes only after a 5 minute drive. My meds were adjusted up and I have felt much better!


PS Lucky you with 2 year old twins, do you have other grandkids? We have two and that is all we are getting (unless there is a pill failure).

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