Monday, February 10, 2014

So, I thought I would update on a more positive note. Today I went to Dr. Kuebers (pronounced: Keebler) office with my mom for her visit; which went well my mom is diabetic and has had problems with her sugar, blood pressure, etc. He listened really well to her wants and took care of her needs! She felt good and that really makes me happy.

She's somewhat of a role model having lost 100lbs. but still struggles with her weight at times.

Anyways, I tagged along to do my blood work and will know more about that in 3-4 days. Fingers, crossed that it's all just good news. However, I do need to call them I had a terrible time trying to get the support stockings and this lady just wrote all over my script.

Either way that's one visit down. (Can you tell I just got medical insurance and the time to go to the doctors yet?) If, not well I have my Optifast appointment Wednesday. I really hope that this can get started sooner than later. Meaning without a lot of hoops to jump through. Then Thursday I will be going to the "lady doctor." *GASP*

I just hope with this extremely busy week we won't be working the weekend and I will get to enjoy a night out at Megan's and David's playing cards.

Things I am thankful for: My mothers kindness (taking me back and forth to the appointments when Adam is at work and my car is not running.)

Things I need to improve on: Tracking my food. I need to log better. I have been eating less and healthier, but I have not tracked.

Things to remember: BUY A MEASURING TAPE.

Anyways, I need to take another small nap and tonight I am making my favorite lil pork ribs! And I think salad!


Anyone that can tell me what Movie this is ... let's be bff!! If not you're BOGUS!

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