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Sunday, July 13, 2008

ByePounds~~working on improving my fitness level and overall health

I visited the nutrition tracker this am. I need to buy groceries for my new place and may as well start right.

The move was horrible. Dealing with the resident manager was intense. How can anyone yell at a tenant and treat me so rudely. I asked my son if he could handle the move and he said yes, and I didn't get extra people, and it took longer. I ended up watching my grandchild while he and my daughter in law finished up.

They threw some of my stuff away.

They both took off a day of work to help me and I'm torn between gratitude of them helping and the loss of stuff that they threw away. They are telling me how much better this place is. And I'm feeling that the decision I made for the first apartment, it didn't work out. Well, I'm not feeling like the best decision maker after all. I just didn't realize when I should have started looking for a different apartment. I didn't think that there was a better place to live.

Because of there busy life style, I stayed with them this week. My bed isn't put together yet, the top of my computer stand didn't make it up the steps they said it was damaged. My book cases aren't put together, I have boxes in the living room, but that is ok, I don't have a couch, who needs one anyway.

I've honored their request for me to stay here, and so far I have. Now I'm going back tonight to stay. I'll come over on Wednesday, my day off to help with the grandbaby.

They have told me that they will not carry my books up and down staris again, so the next move, I'll have to find someone else.

Someone told me not to give up...........

moved, I don't like the location of the apartment, but I like the apartment. started yesterday eating right again......I like this apartment. Take care!

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