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Friday, February 04, 2011

Well, it's been a rough week but now that I'm at the tail-end of it I'm beginning to feel much better.

I think a majority of the stress earlier in the week was because of PMS. My husband can stress me out (who's doesn't?) but not usually to the extent of this week.

TOM started last night and all of a sudden a weight was lifted and I'm back to feeling somewhat normal again (no, I wasn't worried about being pregnant - my hubby was snipped earlier this year - it was definitely hormonal). I'm going to call my doc and see about going back on the pill to regulate my hormones. Since having the baby, my new "normal" seems to be harder than before. So we'll see what the doc says.

I hope everyone has a great weekend!! My goals:

Exercise at lunch today
Eat better tonight than last night

Finish up laundry (man there was a lot)
Homework (one midterm)
Write out a chores list and assign out
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    I'm happy you're feeling better. Today is a laundry day for me with lots of ironing of DHs work shirts. Haven't done that in 2 weeks and he wore his last shirt today soooooo.

    This week will be busy as Adaline will be here Thursday!! Can you believe she is 4 already?? Where did the time go??
    2658 days ago
    Kathy, I'm so glad you're feeling better!! I am finding that as I get older, my PMS is so much worse emotionally. Matter of fact, I think I'm actually heading for the peri-menopause stage (which scares me, lol) and that's why it's getting so much worse. I know you're a few years behind me, but it is rougher when we get a little older. Who knew?!
    2659 days ago
    Hi Kathy!

    So glad you are feeling better!!! I wish you luck with the chores list... I think that will help - especially next month when you are hormonal again ;).

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