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Been sick and very busy today...but that is no excuse!

Saturday, February 18, 2012

I took my 7 year old daughter to her friends birthday party today and spent an hour getting lost on the San Antonio highways, lol. But at least we made it. I wanted to get some exersize in yesterday, but I ended up studying with my daughter and also going grocery shopping at night. I was getting a cold and started to get very tired, so I knew I couldn't do it. Then today with taking her to the party and then going to my daughters friends house and chit-chatting with her mom (whom we are just getting to know each other), time just gets away from me. I didn't stay that long, just to let my kids play there. I had to get home to my hubby so I could see him. He has been working overtime this weekend. We watched a movie from Redbox, and then went to pick the kids up. It was 8pm already. When my son came in, he played the Wii Fit Plus and now my daughter is watching her movie from Redbox. I am still sick drinking I am wondering how am I ever going to get the time or feel good to burn some calories? Is seems that I either don't feel good or get distracted with other things. Guess I have to start getting up at 5am when the kids are still sleeping to do this. Does anybody really exersize when they are sick? Do I push myself? I don't get sick that much though. I am so tired of this low-self-esteem and feeling like I can't control my life. Just wish I wasn't so unhappy all the time. I would meet people and the ladies that I was talking to today...they don't live that far from me and their kids are friends with mine...but I was can I be myself when I don't feel good in my own skin? Thanks for reading, and sorry my writing is not very good. I don't write good when I am sick, lol.
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