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  1. @LadyMtrying on clothes is exhausting even if it is a positive experience lol. ah 2021, so hopeful, so very hopeful.
  2. This last half of the month is going to be busy and exciting! I’m glad you are on the mend. Don’t push yourself too hard give time for rest. I do hope “Dude” and his momma come out from the visit unscathed. Please don’t beat yourself up. You’ve made him aware of the circumstances, you’ve done what you can do and his response to all this is his own. tossing out the “fat jeans” what an accomplishment and a show of confidence that you won’t need them in January! Seriously it feels good to let those old things go.
  3. This! Such a relief when I realized it’s not my job to make people feel comfortable by eating food I don’t want. I have to circle around back to this often and remind myself, but wow the amount of pressure this takes off of me when making decisions about food!
  4. @LadyM oh hurray on the house! That is exciting! Isn’t it odd how much we resist returning to a healthy habit that made us happy and made us feel better once we have had a momentary stepping away. i hope you feel better soon, and that it is nothing more than a change in weather, or detoxing.
  5. The distance makes it hard on both. The years prior to marrying my hubby he was the sole care giver for his mom as her health failed for three years. Within that year his last member of his family his older brother started getting really sick and my man insisted on getting him in front of a doctor. Stage 4 cancer in his lungs and 8 brain tumors. He basically became the sole care provider for his brother as well. We lost his brother exactly one year after his mom passing. We lived 1.5 hours from each other (not the 4 hour drive you had) but even that distance made it so hard. Communicati
  6. I’m so glad you had a good visit. Sounds like you came home in a better frame I’d mind and lighter spirits. I’m sure it nourished his soul too. Being the care giver to an ailing parent takes such an emotional, mental, and physical toll on a person. I’m sure your presence provided a small sense of rest and escape from all of that.
  7. Ah hormones they bring out the devil in me. At least you have an understanding of why you feel this way. As my mom always said, if you know the reasoning you can adjust accordingly. Sending you happy thoughts for next few days.