September 23, 2014
Apparently everyone in the health care field is incompetent today. About to go punch out someone at Target pharmacy right now.
February 13, 2012
Monday morning. I’m still trying to taper down on the prednisone – at 10 mg now. My ankles feel a little better, surprisingly. I hope this isn’t just a fluke. Too many pills; no wonder I always feel like throwing up in the morning. I suppose I should try to spread out taking them but then I’d probably forget. I’ve started taking plaquenil again too. I had kind of “decided” on my own to stop taking it. Well, it was mostly laziness and forgetfulness that decided for me. I’m determined to get these ankles better so I can take a trip in June. If that means choking down all of these pills then I’ll do it.
February 22, 2008
Once again time flew by and I haven’t written in here for a while. Apologies again to my maybe two readers (ha ha).
For the past month+ I’ve been trying very hard to improve my health and lose weight. I began an aquatic whole-body conditioning class that meets twice a week (I wrote about this once before but deleted my post in embarrassment because my instructor found this blog and told me about it at class one week. I’ll probably repost it sometime soon once I stop acting like a baby). I also started this “Colorful Choices” program through work that helps a person eat more fruits and vegetables, as well as giving up all soda and drinking a lot of water. I’ve been doing pretty well with these things, yet I’m growing more and more frustrated because I’m not seeing ANY results – not pounds-wise or in clothing fit. What is the DEAL? Do I have to run miles each day and starve myself to lose even a tiny bit of weight? I’m so unbelievably sick of this weird weight gain (from the last 5 years) that never goes away despite my efforts. I just want to be my “normal” self, 25-30 lbs lighter, which isn’t even “skinny.” I’m working hard yet the flab is hanging around (literally).