Friday, December 7, 2012


Lots of interesting comments on my last post! I think we all have different ways of dealing with things and working through our issues. Thank goodness for diversity.

I had a super busy day, running a kid to a doctor appointment, going to physical therapy, having a playdate for a couple of hours with my daughter and her friend, and going to a Christmas concert. When I went to PT I told the therapist I'd be on my feet all day and she decided at the end of our session to tape both my feet for support. It feels pretty good and I think it helps. I got the house mopped, vacuumed, dusted, groomed the dogs, baked muffins, and went shopping. It was the busiest day I've had in awhile and I am the good kind of tired.

We did carryout for dinner since I had no time to cook. We picked up some really great authentic Mexican food; mine was chicken breast fajitas cooked with onions, red and green peppers, and mushrooms over a bed of lettuce with avocado and freshly made salsa. I left most of the onions but ate the rest. It was great!

I have another busy day tomorrow with my boys, helping a friend move. Then I think we are going to get our Christmas tree! So excited. I love Christmas!

Hope you are having as much fun as I am this weekend :)


Alana in Canada said...

So glad you are feeling happier.

Anonymous said...

You sound happier than you have in weeks. I am happy for you!

I understand what you said about the cup cake shop too. People who think it is odd have never struggled with an eating disorder. The mental work you are doing is what will save you from going back. Good work.

Fair Enough said...

"I understand what you said about the cup cake shop too. People who think it is odd have never struggled with an eating disorder."

Nope, you're wrong.

Harry Palter said...

At least cupcakes give people thick skins. Give it a rest, people. Everyone deals with their issues differently. I will sit downwind of French Fries anytime and still don't need to eat them.


Anonymous said...

I have refrained from commenting because Lyn knows I support her in all her attempts at gaining control over any area of her life that she wishes to improve. I also apologize for using her blog to reply to "anon 11:29 AM".
Anon, with all due respect to you and your experience, your assumption is inaccurate. Those of us who have not only struggled with addictions but have treated addicts will tell you that there are more and less effective means of reducing and eventually eliminating certain behaviors.
Lyn didn't ask for feedback and input regarding her decision, so I offered none but your comment necessitates a reply.