Wednesday 8/17

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Good Morning!

My glucose came in at 155 this morning...whew

Yesterday was kind of a tough day of my younger sisters sent me a pretty brutal e-mail letting me know how she felt about Cindy and her being back in my life and that my sister will not ever come over and visit as long as Cindy is with me. The e-mail came mid morning and I was neck deep in work and I did not do a great job of processing how it really made me hurt. I ended up being pretty rough like a chainsaw with my boss all day, riding him, pushing him to work harder etc...just overall, I acted like a real dick. Thank God he knows me and knows what's going on and we were able to unpack everything at the end of the day....

My accountant is coming through at 10am, then my mom at 10:30....a ton of work to do. My plan is to stay in this day, eat my healthy meals and keep breathing.

Cindy is going to the doctor to run a tracer on her final radiation treatment and hopefully they got it all.
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    Hi Ryan,

    These situations do get complicated. I agree with MT-MOONCHASER, It's YOUR life, and only you know what is right for you. If this has been a mistake, you'll know soon enough. You made the decision based upon your best instincts and heart. Stay with yourself and your good judgment. Maybe all Cindy needed was one more chance!

    Hope you enjoyed your visit with your mother and I hope all went well with the accountant.

    3324 days ago
    Hope you have a good day today. Enjoy your visit with your mom.
    3325 days ago
    Relatives can sometimes be a pain in the tush!!! It's too bad that your sister is being so judgmental and felt the need to share. Keep your chin up and remember that it is YOUR life and she can't possibly know what you feel about Cindy. I do hope that things work out for you there.

    Remember to stay in the moment.

    3325 days ago
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