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I lost a whole month!

Friday, February 07, 2014

Wow, it's been a MONTH since I posted here! The month of January was just an awful awful month for me and my life. I tried my best to stay on track diet wise, just looking at food choices and making "good" ones. But I did not track, and I rarely came here. I ended January with thinking "well if this is how 2014 is gonna go, I hate it already", due to the things going on in life. So what happened?

First, my knee stuff, which I did write about here. Next there was finding out that one of my cats (not even 2 years old yet) had severe kidney failure! OMG, I can't believe this. He spent some time in the vet hospital, and is now on the mend, but he will be needing constant care at home with meds and fluids. We almost lost him, and though we've only had him a year and half, we just couldn't imagine being without our little mischief monkey! I am convinced that had we not brought him to the vet that Friday night, he would have died over the weekend.

He is doing much better now, for which I thank God!

Work has been such a zoo that I come home so fatigued and worn out that I typically end up crashing asleep on the couch after dinner, which is usually my "computer" time. My Fibro is out of control, and the worst hit area for me is my thigh muscles -- I can't stand to have my computer on my lap, so I just sleep on the couch, then wake up, and go upstairs to bed most nights.

I sure hope that February comes out much better than January did! I am going to seriously try to make it here more often, but I can't make promises -- life can just get too crazy! I've maintained my weight, so I am happy for that, and maybe that's the best I can hope for right now!

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    I'm sorry that it was such a tough month. I hope that February is a much better month for you.
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