I am still not keeping normal hours...either that or I am becoming one of those old people who get up at five am every morning...and let's hope it isn't that!
Today wound up hectic with playing catch-up at work, then finding out that Aaron is flunking English for lack of doing a book report to amount to anything. I worked at putting my house back in order a bit after work but still have a ways to go.
I also have no idea how it happened that I lost a pound in England. I'm convinced the scale is mistaken because it doesn't seem possible. Because I ate the likes of:
chocolate (not gobs of it, but a mini bar of Cadburys a day)
fish and chips (only a few of the "chips" and I didn't eat the fried batter)
Too much wine on two occasions
Now granted, my pouch is not big, so I couldn't eat a lot of any of this, but still....I ate terrible things! I did do some walking, but again, not tons of it, so how on earth could I have lost a pound? So odd. I was totally prepared for a gain.
Milk? WLS surgery people, how much milk do you all drink? I have calcium concerns. Yes, I take my supplements, but I still worry about the one thing they can't test for. I haven't been drinking any milk other than in my cereal, but now am trying to get a glass or two in a day of 1% milk. What do you girls do?
I'm still struggling a bit with mum's passing, which I know is normal. I was cleaning out my jewelry box today and I found a note from her she had given me with a necklace once that had belonged to her mother. She said she knew her mother would have wanted me to have it as much as she wanted me to have it and she thanked me for making The Brit so happy. It was a bittersweet moment for me as I had forgotten all about the note, but I had kept it as I'm sentimental that way.
I still have this weird rash. It is on my arms and legs and tops of my feet. Really weird. I'm giving it another day or so before calling a doctor.