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Stop the world I want to get off!

by Karenm on 19 Oct 2013, 07:41

I've had a tough week. I ate stupid amounts of biscuits and chocolate and crisps sat, sun, mon. Haven't fasted properly at all this week. Am going to struggle to get to boots for weigh in today as daughter doesn't like going out very much and often screams.
Tuesday - 18 yr old went away for a few days
Thursday - youngest home due to teacher strikes. Very difficult day as her routine was upset. The cavalier King Charles who had stayed with me had blood in her urine. Took her to the vets, along with youngest. Putting them back in the van I managed to drop youngest, along with her wheelchair, on the floor! She was fine, I nearly broke!
Friday - poppy dog was put to sleep!
I am struggling! Diet is out of the window! Life sucks!
Last edited by Karenm on 28 Jun 2014, 16:45, edited 1 time in total.

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