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Thursday, August 23, 2012

It all started yesterday after lunch. I was so exhausted. I couldn't force myself to go to the Y to workout so I went home and took a nap. Since then, I haven't used Nutrition Tracker. My partner has been quite ill and we're having to share one car for the next few days. I don't cope with change very well. I hope I will get up early enough to make it to the gym tomorrow and get home early enough for my SO to make it to her doctor's appointment. I also hope I get up early enough to have a healthy breakfast and put it in to the tracker before I leave for the gym. I just feel rather crummy. I feel cranky and the air quality is supposed to be lousy tomorrow. I really have a wonderful, abundant life but I just don't feel so hot right now. "This too shall pass" the sooner, the better. Yuck! emoticon
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    Thanks for all the kind support and comments. I know my living conditions are more supportive and helpful than most. Life is just not perfect, darn it! emoticon
    2098 days ago
    I can resonate with the cranky feelings you describe. For me, it begins with waking up feeling tired, not having rested well the night before. Then all it takes is one or two words from my spouse that I interpret in the wrong way. Then I just start off on a "pity party" with myself--unless my spouse is able to derail this negativity before it takes hold. I'm working on learning to abort emotional outbursts before they get started---easier said than done.

    Anyhow, I think you're doing a great job, given the challenges you are facing.

    Warm regards,
    2098 days ago
    I too hate it when my routine is interrupted. It throws me off and puts me in a "mood". Remember this too shall pass. Hope things get better soon and remember tomorrow is a brand new day. emoticon
    2098 days ago
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    I hope your tomorrow is much better!
    2098 days ago
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