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I'm more uncertain than ever

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

I've been trying to find out what a blog is, but no one seems to be any more certain than I am, maybe it's an open letter of info/opinion that could be of use or interest to those who read it. If so, it seems that it would be useful to somehow catalog them, a massive task, I'm sure. The more I live, especially on line and on tv, the more I know I am correct in my opinion that weight loss/dieting, having a better, not necessarily healthier body is a national obsession, I'll bet(I didn't keep track) that I received at least 5 emails concerning weight/fat loss products or web sites today! I regularly check in on 2 diet web sites modt days, I obsess over food and exercise for what seems like most of every day, on weekends, when it's hard for me to do the cardio that I usually do, I nsg and worry about how I could possibly sneak in some other exercise, or cajole Jim into putting me on the bike, I need to relearn how to put my own brace on. Then, I could walk alome, I guess, but it would be dangerous to do so. Bed time.
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    Hi Barbara, Guess I'm getting braver. This is my second post to a blog. I need to go to bed. I can identify with you. I'm 58 years old. I will eventually be in a wheelchair if my spine continues to deteriorate. I was told 10 years ago that my spine was beyond surgical repair. And it is not better, I was over 300 lbs and one time. Got down to 235, back up to 260 lbs due to more health challenges, heart blood sugar. I'm on insulin now. So learning to eat a little differently. Okay a lots differently. Sounds like you have had a very active live up to your strokes. Me too but not nearly as interesting as yours. So I guess this is blogging.
    Hang in there and congratulations on your weight loss. I'm hoping that loosing weight again will keep me more mobile, for a longer time. I fall a lots when my legs go numb. Haven't discussed brace or wheel chair with the doctor, try to keep a chair handy in all rooms. Have wound up sitting in the kitchen floor frequently when my husband has piled my chair up, with dirty dishes, and I'm trying to cook or wash dishes. How do you cope with dishes? We don't have a dishwasher. blessings Tawny
    4667 days ago
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