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Room of Requirement Blog for CoHP

Sunday, March 18, 2012

We've been on a scavenger hunt around Hogwarts this week, and here's my last item to find:

Something you've hidden in the Room of Requirement - Everyone has secrets. Write a blog today (or post in your common room if you're not comfortable sharing with EVERYONE) about something about your weight loss journey that you've kept to yourself.






But...but...but I'm pretty transparent really. There's nothing I can think of I haven't blogged about!


Well, okay, there is ONE thing but it's so obscure and unimportant...and somehow I just can't imagine anyone else is dealing with this 'cause it's so....weird. But ya never know until you ask, right?

So has anyone else found that once you've lost the weight, your joints "pop" more than they used to? Particularly your back? And particularly moments? I think the mate and I have mostly gotten used to it, but for a while there he was afraid he was hurting me 'cause he'd feel the popping going on and it kinda freaked him out (he actually noticed it first, after he pointed it out I started noticing it too). It doesn't (hurt that is), it's just...odd.

That's about it, kids. Otherwise, I've been an open book.
But surely y'all knew that by now.
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    Like the others, I sometimes have other joints pop but not that way. It doesn't sound like anything to really worry about.
    2560 days ago
    Well, I have joints that pop during exercise...but it's not THAT kind of exercise!
    2560 days ago
    when u exercise u need to take a supplement called "glucasamine" ... Its a supplement that cushions your joints. I asked the doc about this and he told me that its very normal ....So enjoy your fun moments and ignore the pops :-) emoticon
    2560 days ago
    Nope, no joint popping for me.
    2560 days ago
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