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Day 50 Happy Thoughts (A Trio)

Posted by intrepidshe , in Happy Things 29 January 2014 · 179 views

Jan. 29, 2014 (Countdown: 11.5 hours to gynecologist consultation):
  • I didn't get in any kind of altercation/argument this week as the anxiety ramped up toward tomorrow's appointment. This is big improvement over times past.
  • Although I'm not getting enough sleep on weeknights, I continue to be free of the sleep medication and functioning acceptably well. It's not a great sleep pattern, but better than in the past and better than being on the prescription.
  • I feel confident right now that I will show up for the appointment and we will accomplish my goals for the appointment.
Today's Song: "It's a Hard Life" by Nanci Griffith

Jan 30 2014 12:50 AM
Still here.

Jan 30 2014 08:46 PM

Thank you Yarn. I felt you guys today encouraging me when I was thinking of backing out.

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