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I hate sickness

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

This cold is terrible! No wonder Amelia spent last week whining and clinging to me. If I could have someone carry me around all day drifting in and out of sleep, I totally would. I asked my husband if he'd help me with this, but he declined. Something about us having to work and taking care of our tiny humans. Adulting sure sucks at times like this. Anywho, on the bright side I have been drinking close to a gallon of water each day trying to ease the cough and sore throat. However, calorie counting is out of the question, I just don't feel like it. Haven't felt much like eating either so hopefully I am at least maintaining my 6lb loss this week.
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  • JOYBELL47
    I hope you are feeling better by now !! It really is hard when you have a family and are trying to juggle so many things.. I really do remember all of that !!! Sounds like you are doing good, it's ok to give yourself permission to make your changes at your pace.. drinking all the water is a huge step to conquer !! So, congratulations!!! A 6 pound loss and maintaining is also AWESOME !!!


    Hope you are really feeling better !!!! emoticon




    382 days ago
  • BCHARIE
    Get well. I hated adulting when my kids were little and I was ill. To be honest I kind of hate adulting. Your blog took me back to when I would be sick, my mom would always freak out...I mean really freak out. I was a kiddo who had this thing that your brain is missing a shut off for fevers and I would go really high. I totally freaked her when I was 2 with a febrile seizure. She always had me near, like set up the family room as sick bay. I could hear her in the kitchen and doing "housewifey" stuff, it was a comfort.

    emoticon Get well FAST!!!!
    390 days ago
  • EVEINCOLORS
    Congrats πŸŽˆπŸΎπŸŽŠπŸŽ‰
    390 days ago
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