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Detox after poisoning myself

Monday, May 12, 2014

So on Easter my dad died. He and my mom live in Oklahoma and I live in Wisconsin. So I wasn't able to be with him when he passed, but I don't think that bothers me much because I remember him at home and not in a hospital. During this time I was also going through a major job change, same place just very different added responsibilities. It was and still is, a steep learning curve. All this personal havoc created an understandable soul crushing depression and I managed to undo everything I accomplished in the last 30 days. Today at work as I sat eating a piece of cake and a diet soda-my second of the day- and potato chips, it finally hit me that I was so in the wrong place. I felt like I had poisoned myself with all the garbage I was eating. Then I did a further assessment and my thighs are becoming one much closer to my knees than they were, my face is getting rounder and my black work pants are so tight they are inducing wedgies. No day is a good day if your always picking a wedgie. My little epiphany forced me to change today. I need to head back to the gym and I need to cleanse the toxins from my body.
So here's to beating soul crushing depression, detoxing and starting over.
And I am never posting another blog from my kindle. What a pain in the ass.
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  • HEYITSLISA
    My condolences on the loss of your father. emoticon

    Hoping you will find your groove with this new job soon and things will start to settle down for you.
    1985 days ago
  • RASPBERRY56
    I am so sorry about the loss of your father.......and on a major holiday, no less......

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    You are so right - here's to beating depression (it's such a bummer to deal with, I know)........

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    1985 days ago
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