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Wednesday, June 22, 2005

On my mind

They found something. Next step is to open her up and remove whatever "it" is.

A friend of ours just became pregnant. They weren't trying. It's great news, so why do I feel so sad?

My weight has hit a standstill. 238. 12 pounds lost since June 8, nothing in the past week. I'm frustrated, don't low-carb dieters usually lose about a million pounds? The ironic thing is, with PCOS, sometimes losing just 5% of your body weight will throw you back into the "regular" category and some people are able to concieve right away. With a starting weight of 250, 5% would be... 12 pounds.

Aaron's test is TODAY. No more study time left, it's now or never. 1:30pm to be exact.

I told Aaron yesterday that life is making me want to hole up under the covers and not come out. The sad thing is, he didn't know if I was kidding or not.

Neither do I.


  • At 9:37 AM, Anonymous Matt said…

    I am sending you a million hugs...xxx I hope you are feeling better..matt

  • At 10:54 AM, Blogger kb said…

    Hang in there hon. Good luck to Aaron today. I'll be praying for you guys come 13:30.

    Also let's talk about the carb diet. Are you being really good and faithful? If so you might want to up the carbs for one meal, I mean CARB OUT and then go right back into it. That always jump started me again.

    Of course you are always going to have a plataue so you can just hang in there and ride it out and be surprised when the weight falls off again.

    And quit weighing all the time.

  • At 11:05 AM, Blogger Rebecca said…

    Yes, KB, I can honestly say I am being so faithful. I've actually never been this faithful to a diet before. Perhaps the fact that my unborn children depend on me....might have something to do with how faithful I'm being.

    That's a good idea I think, about carbing out for one meal. Did you do that for a lunch, or dinner? Or does it not matter?

    I know, I know, I promise to not weigh myself 20 times a day.

    I really do just love how you hold me accountable for this shit.

  • At 9:02 AM, Blogger Shannin said…


    My heart goes out to your and your family. I hope thing are going to be OK with your mom.
    Keep us posted on Aaron's day. I'm thinking happy thoughts.

  • At 7:37 PM, Blogger Denise said…

    Now that they know what's there, they can start helping your mom to get better...just keep a laser-like focus on that, K? It worked with my mom and (so far!) Daddy, too, so I know it's the way I have managed not to lose it through their medical travails.

  • At 11:19 PM, Blogger Rebecca said…

    I will be praying for your mom and hope her surgery goes well.


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