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Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Today was Truth day (aka weigh in day) and once again, I am STILL 148.5 now, i know I had my go crazy with sore throat day but other than that day, i thought i did great! Also, at least MOVE a half a pound or SOMETHING! Sheesh! So irritating.
I could blame it on my higher dose of hormones, or TOM, or whatever but not gonna do it. The scale and I keep on having a tie, and that just means i need to work even HARDER this coming week. I didnt go insane with frustration and my eating, I still have stayed away from fast food (yay!) and soda (double yay!!). I know EVENTUALLY the scale will move, but come on!! Its been WEEKS!!
Work has been so beyond stressful the past two days. yesterday was horrible and it was so bad I cried a FEW times. I had staff yelling at me, nurses putting their stuff over my patients charts, it was awful..I also didnt home until after 7:30. And today, lets just say, i wasnt in a safe neighborhood, i stuck out like a sore thumb and was treated as such but at least it wasnt a late day and i got the job done..without crying!
Oh another aurgh, is..I got my sonogram results back and she says "everything is normal!" aauuurrgghh! So she still doesnt know WHAT is wrong with me, but thinks it still MIGHT be PCOS. So frustrating when you have a ton of embarrassing and bad girl symptoms/problems and they keep saying that things are "normal". No doc, this stuff ISNT normal or every girl would be having my problems and they dont! So aurgh.
On a happy note, I am SO excited that its been such cool weather here the past few days. I absolutely LOVE fall (hence the new spark page) and i've been able to light my pumpkin spice candles (my favorite smell EVER). Alright thats all I have for now. Hope your day was a good one.
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    I'm sorry it wasn't better news - that would have really helped to know exactly what is going on so you know exactly how to conquer it!!

    Good for you for keeping your head up!
    3671 days ago
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    Think of your weigh in in a more positive light (if you can, I know it is so tough). You haven't been GAINING, and that is because of your hard work\efforts (no fast food = GREAT JOB!) Keeping you in my thoughts around your doctor visits, hoping you get clarity very very soon.
    3673 days ago
    I'm loving the fall weather too. =) I can relate...more than you know! I've been battling the EXACT same weight - 148.5 - for EVER. It's driving me insane. We're gonna kick 148 in the ass though...it's time is coming.
    3674 days ago
    Great strategy in staying away from fast food and colas.
    How about wine? Slurp too much of it and the scales will never be your friend. Hope you are carefully watching what you eat in the evening. Lots of water, and then more water. No, I'm not in the bottled water business. Just think that it takes care of the minor cravings and cleans your system out, for sure.
    Keep putting in the miles, and the running will take your weight down. Good luck!
    3674 days ago
    Glad your sonogram came back normal - but sorry you don't know what is going on.
    3674 days ago
    Sorry work was so stressful. Hopefully, things will get better soon. I hope you have a good rest of the week and the weekend is a good one!
    3674 days ago
    Aurgh is right! Well, this upcoming week you won't have any sore throat days so I'm sure you'll WIN over the scal next week! Sorry the last couple days have been tough. I hope tomorrow is better and it's your Friday. As for the doctor and the test results ... hang in there. I know it's frustrating. I've been there.
    3674 days ago
    Well before you know it the weekend will be here and your scale will go down, I feel it :),

    Sorry you had a bad couple of day with work, and was in a bad neighborhood, I've been there and done that too.

    Here's to a better ending to your week
    3674 days ago
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