It's Wednesday...aka hump day.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

It's been an uphill week emotionally for me. My grandma who has Parkinson's and Alzheimer's isn't doing so well which makes me so sad. She is 93 and a shell of the wonderful grandmother who used to babysit me and make me wonderful fresh baked homemade bread. She also used to hunt and fish, and chop wood. Now, well she can't speak, she can't feed herself and is wheelchair-bound. It hurts to see her this way. My stepdad is also in the same facility. He is doing okay. He misses my mom, hell who wouldn't miss your partner of 30+ years. I am going back on Friday to take him out for father's day. He wants to go out for breakfast so that should be fun for him and I. Okay, needed to get that out.

The rest of the week, exercise wise has been fun/interesting. I have a free week membership to Curves this week. So, I have gone every day that I could other than Saturday because hubby was away and Sunday because they were closed and I was sick and exhausted. I have been eating fairly well this week. I can still do better so I'll work on that.
I haven't been getting enough sleep either need to work on that too. Weigh in is tomorrow.... wonder how well I have done in the past 2 weeks. I am tired of losing and gaining back the same 5-6 pounds. Fingers crossed that I have lose more weight and can keep it off and continue losing.

Well gotta run need to get breakfast in me and go get some sleep before hubby decides he has another damn meeting today.
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    Sound like it's going to shape up to be a successful week! Keep it up!
    It is so hard to see our loved ones aging to the point where they can no longer take care of themselves. You're a fab daughter and granddaughter for taking time out of your busy days to spend time with them. *hugs* I have to remember to do that more with my grandmother.
    Have a fabulous day!!!
    2866 days ago
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