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Day 39/66 - ugh, pain

Sunday, May 04, 2014

UGH - I think my body is broken. My neck. My hip. My left ankle. Do you ever feel like you are about to just fall apart?

15 more days...15 more days. That's NINE working days. Work has been fine, nothing special. I'm telling clients as I see them. It has been touching to have people seem so bummed to see me go. It's a good feeling.

I bought a pair of 14 pants at Old Navy. I've been wearing 16-18. The 14s fit me like a glove.

Overall the last week has not been a good one. Periodically, DH and I go through what I call "marital growing pains". Do men ever really grow up? Why is it that I seem to learn and change in leaps and bounds and he takes two steps forward, one step back??? He drives me nuts, but I love him to death.

Have a great week, everyone!
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    Good work on the pants! Ughhhh men this week, no patience for them over here! I hope your time there sails by!
    878 days ago
    YAY for size 14!!!!!!! And men come in 4 ages - 2, 3, 4, and 5. They never really grow beyond that.
    879 days ago
    Can't live with them, can't live without them.

    Congrats on the smaller pants size!!!
    879 days ago
    OMG, my DH reminds me of my kids - yes, they make progress and mature, but always slower than I'd like!
    879 days ago
    I'm so with you. Right now my R.A. is horrendous. Everything I have hurts or at least all my joints and organs.

    I'm glad you are telling your clients. Much better than coming in one day and finding your doctor has left.

    Congratulations on getting into those size 14s!! You are doing great!

    Men are definitely a pain. I love mine too but if something happens to him he will be my last one. LOL.
    879 days ago
    No, men NEVER grow up. (smiling) Fact!
    879 days ago
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