Did you ever read this book growing up?
It’s a great book but I think that’s how I’ve felt today.
Warning: I am going to rant a bit!
I went to the Naturopath..remember the one that said I needed to lose 20kg. I got on today and I hadn’t lost anything. FML. Then I get the test that I have Celiac Disease..which is actually a good thing cause it means that I have some answers to my f-ing problems. But it’s just ONE more thing that I have to deal with. It’s not the end of the world. However, sometimes I feel like I have the world uncontrol and then the rug is slipped out from under me and I sprial..quickly sometimes. I came home to an empty house and thought to myself ‘WHY THE HELL AM I STILL LIVING IN AUSTRALIA?’ The friends which support me all live back home. My job is good, but not what I want for the rest of my life. I have been battleing whatever for six months. I can’t call the ex, although he’s the ONLY person who really REALLY knows me here. BLAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. Then I call my mom and grandma who are leaving for a vacation, sorry, and bawl my eyes out. My grandma is crying on the phone and I feel terrible. So, I ate two granola bars and 3TB of peanut butter–I binged (no sugar though). Five days is all I could make it. I must learn to deal with life’s curve balls…better.
Now returning to the regularly scheduled programming.
I went shopping today for the Australian Giveaway goodies. I add a few more in for…the winner. I had my co-worked pull a random number out of a little bowl I made.
Thus ASHLEY from ‘Healthy Ashley’…you’re getting the prize package baby.
I will be shipping it to FLORIDA tomorrow. Holy crapola…that’s a care package if I’ve seen one!
I made a huge dinner tonight of GLUTEN FREE animal shaped pasta, which Ashley is getting, veggies w/ some fish and a good portion of cheese.
Ok, I need to go and shave my legs. Before that I need to update my Detoxing My Gut tab..got the new regime going tonight.
Thanks for listening. I already feel better. I am excited to break my record of five days. I can. I have answers. Now, it’s what I do with the information that counts!