TeresaW1020 wrote: »
@laurelfit57 Welcome back! I’m so happy that the issue got fixed. And yayyy for cleaning out your closets and drawers of all those clothes that you don’t need anymore. You have done so well! @Cornanda you just enjoy your company and don’t worry about what you are or are not doing. You are busy and will get back on track once your visit is over. @trooworld That is so great that because you had meal prepped you didn’t need to give in to something easy that would have left you upset. I think the more accomplishments we can continually rack up the better we are going to be at sticking with our goals. Yayyy for staying in the eating in your health zone! @askewcr Be very careful with those machines at the gym! I once overdid the abductor machine and suffered for years because of it. @GabiV125 I used to get so mad when my Fitbit wouldn’t sync. I hope it starts working for you soon. You had a lot going on lately so be kind to yourself. I love a new month!! What changes are you planning on doing in May that you didn’t do in April?
Hi Team! Well, the urologist put the cath back on Joe because while he can go he can’t fully eliminate his bladder. We are bummed, to say the least, but will see what happens when we return in four weeks. Tomorrow we meet with his oncologist to see what our next step is. I’m really praying that we will see an end to the cancer issue. We need a break! I had a good day at work and fasted for 21 ½ hours until I finally broke it with a cup of coffee and ½ scoop of protein powder. I said NO to my inner Pig when she tried to get me to eat some cookies at work. I actually took a moment to reflect on what eating them would do to me and realized that it was so NOT worth that moment of taste to feel angry and disappointed that I broke one of my rules. So, a huge win and another sticker in my planner. I also told the staff today that I am stepping down from serving in the children’s ministry and will be taking over the senior adult ministry. The woman who has been doing it is moving next month and there would be a huge hole left in our church without someone willing to pick up this ministry. This is a big step for me, but I think it will end up being a good one. It will also help Joe to feel more relevant now that he has stepped down from the head of finance. He loves our church and whatever we can do to keep him engaged is worth doing. Plus, I really do love old people as much as I love little people. They are can quite similar you know?
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