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Tired but slogging on

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Slept poorly yesterday after a promising start. I was showered and read to sleep - had packed a meal with both a fruit salad and a mixed greens salad, other healthy munchies. Also had set up my scrubs for the week. Took a relaxing shower, and could not get to sleep. Finally took a sleeper @ 1230. Not smart idea when I had to ge up at 1800.

Busy night at work - not awful - just really steady. Seems like I was always juggling 3 or 4 things at a time. Got home, took the pups on a 30 min walk. Did the short lower body resistance band w/o. Getting foggy now.,. Gota go ZZZZzzzzz.....

I actually did fall asleep writing this - woke up an hour later than I'd remembered it being, with my hands on the keys. I remembered trying to post this, and waiting for it to appear. It was so busy at work, I couldn't eat my green salad or entree - there were bagels in the back room for Nurses Day - ended up having one at midnight, and another around 03. I'm doing the shame walk now, and trying to figure out how to get enough fats without blowing cals. Hmmm
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  • VICIOUS421
    LOL You find the most awesome pet pictures I love the kitty on the cheese. We all need a bagel once in a while, life is too short not to enjoy it occasionally.
    4185 days ago
    LOL LOVE LOVE LOVE That picture! OMG glad I came to your blog this morning.. I'm nuts about cats..very very cute.. way to go you for keeping up with the Joneses so to speak.. we all have slow days.. but it's the getting up and slogging through as you put it that makes the diff... so hard sometimes! It helps if you give yourself something to look forward to... some kind of reward for doing what you gotta do .. not what you want to do.. for me lately it has been a lot of hot baths.. emoticon
    4188 days ago
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