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Friday, March 18, 2011

At times I feel like such a failure where weight loss is concerned. Wednesday at work I had the worst headache ever, my temple throbbed all day and five minutes before the shift was over i had a dizzy spell...not a good day.

Yesterday I dealt with drunks and rude people most of the day...no headache, however there were a few times I needed to leave the room because I thought I would be ill, but no headache.
The stress was awful on Thursday and I consoled myself with three raisin biscuits from the supermarket. Maybe consoled is not the right word. I had my break at 9.30 in the a.m. so the biscuits on top of being a consoling thing were also lunch.

Yes I knew after the first I should stop, but on the other hand I didn't have lunch...stupid on my part though...I do know better.

Weighed myself this morning I am down on the scale...how I'll never know. Even weighed myself twice to make sure, once a few hours late and still down on the scale.

I have a goal I want to meet before the end of April when we go away between the stress at work and not feeling up to exercise its been an entertaining and emotional ride, on top of that week or so of being sick.

The other side of the household is still battling pneumonia.
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    If you keep getting dizzy, you should have your ears checked for a infection. I know when my ears are screwy I have bad headaches and am super dizzy, can't even drive the car I get so bad. I hope you start feeling better soon, and the rest of the family too. Don't neglect yourself while looking after the others...it won't help things along much. Take Care of you too. emoticon
    3598 days ago
    Your flowers are so beautiful - you made my day when I saw your Spark Page! I saw your blog title when I was in the team page and thought I'd stop by. Good luck with your goals - you've got "the right stuff" to be successful!!
    3598 days ago
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