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December 30th, 2002
08:40 am


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It's been a very busy week. And I need to go have breakfast now so I'm really not going to say that much about it (I have not been good at maintaining good ballance in blood sugar levels this week).

I gained a couple pounds back, but I went to the gym finally yesterday and I'm going again today (both times with my sister) and that should help. She taught me some good exercises for the shoulders.

we all had a nice dinner with Martha and Heinz last night, and we actually got the trash put out last night for this morning's pickup.

things are looking up.

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Date:December 30th, 2002 10:13 am (UTC)
Yeah, take your sister with you to do the exercising. I remember the time I went to the bowling alley for exercise. The Misfits have a team that's been bowling for the past fifty years, oh they're replaced some but its still the team that uses that name to bowl. So I walked into the bowling alley and sat down. I told them my doctor had said I need to get more exercise ... so I asked the doc if bowling was good exercise and he told it was fine .. then I told them I'd come to watch them bowl and I'd lose some weight ... and they disallusioned me, I didn't lose a pound, just sit there week after week, drinking beer and peanuts .. so I gave it up
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Date:December 30th, 2002 11:17 am (UTC)
Yeah, late December does tend toward busyness and weight-gain. I quite understand the blood sugar thing -- I get really stupid when I put off eating too long; I know I'm in trouble when I know I should eat but I can't figure out what to eat or how to get it ... and it all seems just too complex to deal with....

Remarkable how sometimes a "little" thing like getting the trash out in time to be collected can give one such a feeling of accomplishment. (I just wish our neighborhood's collection weren't Friday morning -- for some reason, Thursday evenings defeat me more than most.)

Very glad things are up-looking. May this be a trend -- may it continue.
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