Sunday, January 27, 2008

I am hungry.
I have too much to do.
I didn't get to exercise yesterday OR today.
My husband starts a major project tomorrow.
That equals some major single-parent-ness.
I am not sure my eldest should return to school tomorrow.
My assistant will be out tomorrow.
Therefor, I must do all that I can to be there.
Did I mention I am hungry?
I had a tiny sliver of pizza and put the rest away.
Baby carrots really aren't doing the trick.
I don't think I have lost anything this week.
That is all.


Sarah L. Knapp said...

I know there's not much to say to make you feel better about the hunger and the exercise. I know because I often feel that same way and nothing consoles me. But know that you are doing the BEST you can do right now for you and your family and sometimes that's it. That's all there is. I have faith you will make it. ROCKSTARS always do. I love you.

Laurie said...

Okay here I go again trying to leave you a comment so I hope that it works this time.

You sound so stressed and tired. I have been there, so many times. Ah- to think back to Joe's many residency years. That was some major single-parent-ness times. Busy schedules, dieting and exercise can be so tough. I wanted to send you something encouraging. Especially, since I am doing the very same thing you are, trying to lose the baby weight and get in shape.

Check out this link:

Hope that those might be quick little devotions when you feel tempted. Oh and know that I am praying for you. Specifically, for well kids, energy for school and your time without your hubby, and for strength when you are tempted.

Chat with you later!

Anonymous said...

This too, shall pass! You will be proud of yourself for doing without that second slice, you will work your arse off whenever you do get to get back to exercising, your kiddos will get well, your hubby will complete his project, your assistant will return to work, and you will be no worse for the wear (sp?). I have faith in no one more at this very moment than you jamee. GO GET'M GIRL!!!
aunt lisa