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Saturday's trials

Saturday, March 16, 2019

So last night, my goal was to walk, log my food and quilt. I didn't put go to the school play. I did log all my food. So I didn't walk. As I was driving home, every time I stopped at a red light, I felt I could close my eyes and fall asleep! So when I got home, I chose to take a nap instead of walking. But I did log all my food. And we went to the school play.

The play was "The Sound of Music". It started at 7, actually started about 7:15 to 7:20. It ended close to 9:45. We took Yofi. Yofi did ok but at points, became whiny. And it was past his bedtime!

When we got home, I felt very tired but still wanted to make my goal for the quilting. Or at least do 1 of the 2 seams, that I had planned. I ended up sewing the 2 seams plus 4 (planned 2 seam) for the borders. I also pinned the last seam.

Today, I woke up itchy with moderate small hives. But I did make it CSUN for the training. When I got to CSUN, I parked a couple of blocks away and walked into the university. It isn't much but something. I hope to stitch the last seam and maybe even pin and stitch the 2 side borders. I plan on still walking more. And I have logged my food, so far today. At CSUN, so far, I haven't gone the food to eat food I don't need or want! I will also get my nap today!

Yofi has an appt with the vet today to see how his Canine Papilloma Virus is healing.
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    Walking, logging your food, quilting, and hey, napping is essential, so get 'em while/when you can!!

    Aw, Yofi was very good for a tired pup.

    Tova, YOU are my inspiration to take up sewing again!!

    Ya know, walking, e.g. to the university, may not seem like much BUT...it is very much like putting those drops into a bucket and seeing that bucket fill. Eventually, every little thing we 'do' will ADD UP.

    I read that Canine Papilloma is usually "grown out of" within 1-5 months. Hope Yofi is mending.
    406 days ago
    Sounds like a good day, other than the itchiness and hives. Have you tried an antihistamine daily? I have to do that because I also have tons of allergies - and the build up of histamines in my system causes itching and then spontaneous mini-hives to break out. Took a while to find a dr who understood what was happening. He said the only way to prevent this is to take an antihistamine daily, or every other day. Since I started doing that, I don't get those spontaneous hives and rashes. (I use an over-the-counter generic version of Zyrtec.) Hope that helps you! (Way better than steroids - I can't sleep when I'm on steroids!)
    444 days ago
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