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Passed the 72 hour mark

Mar 16, 2008 - 6 comments

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Well it's getting easier in some ways today, but in others, well... not so much.  I've not really been able to manage solid food for all this time.  Day 2 and 3 I managed a protein shake.  I'll get passing food cravings, but by the time I get the energy and prepare it, I'm nauseated.  Well, sh*t.

I got a wild hair yesterday and decided to take a walk around sundown.  Wow - did that feel great, but boy was the timing stupid.  I was still trying to walk even after I went to bed until about 2 AM, when I got up and put on the sleep meditation cd I have.  That worked.

Well, I'm going to see if I can manage another shake and a walk before sundown his time.  ;)

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by newmanagment, Mar 16, 2008
congrads on the 72!! try walkin earlier, excersize will let you releas endorphins every night between 2 and 4 am... jus wanted to show some love for your clean time.... :)

by nice_melons, Mar 16, 2008

by sadinmichigan, Mar 17, 2008
You go girl!!! What are you craving to eat?  Can you make a little when your feeling up to it and before the craving hits so you don't have to prepare it? Hang on..YOU ARE doing it. I'm proud of you.

by nice_melons, Mar 17, 2008
Thanks!  I am craving absolutely nothing at the moment but I am force-feeding myself some yogurt!!!

by NautyOne, Mar 17, 2008
I  LOVE your PICS........ and your Name.......cracks me up every time I see your posts.  Good Job, and glad your feeling better.......


by roadrunner940, Oct 10, 2008
i use to run all the time untill i got injured. i ran competively,usually 40-50 miles a week. that was my i do want to run but i am in pain so i am in the same boat u r in. anyway, i do think exercise is theb best to get those if u r weening yourself off pain meds if u can manage to workout that would be a great help.i am trying to do the same thing. it is difficult.but anything is better than nothing.

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