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Glad I found out I am just sick and not losing all my patience!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Yesterday I was just at my wits end. Everything was getting on my last nerve and I absolutely hate feeling that way. DH couldn't do anything right in my eyes yesterday and I kept waiting for him to slip up even more.

Anyway, "sledded" my way to work again today in the foot of snow that I'm not at all equipped for and ended up leaving a few hours later. Couldn't get into it and thought it was just do to being tired of the snow and just being exhausted. Came home with the chills thinking it was due to the cold and snow and had an appointment at the doctor for a routine exam when they asked me how I was feeling as I had a 101 degree fever. Well yes, I feel like crap but thought it was just the winter blues but apparently not so.

So I was ordered to go home and rest and drink plenty of fluids and no working out till I am better. What??? No trying to slip the comment in of me losing weight or not being healthy??? Nope, everything otherwise was right on other than the pounds I gained over the holidays and they didn't even complain of what I gained. Actually told me to calm it down for a few days.

Yes, as bad as I feel that made me feel good! So today I have made a negative into a positive and back on the road to recovery. So there is no working out tonight and some nice hot soup before bed and I'm not gonna feel bad about it!
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  • SJG1953
    Rosie, I'm glad you found the problem. Prayers going up for you still. Feel better soon! God bless you, Shirley
    3348 days ago
  • FERGSGIRL2
    Amen, it's always good to know the reasons behind anything! Feel better soon!
    3348 days ago
  • FANGFACEKITTY
    I hope you feel better soon, being sick is no fun at all. Lots of chicken soup for you.
    3348 days ago
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