Monday, November 30, 2009

A Week Wasted

Last week, I was on forced furlough (unpaid vacation...yuk!). I had big plans for what I was going to accomplish....cleaning, shopping, exercising..etc, etc.

Monday morning started okay. I was a little lightheaded when I woke up, but I shook it off and got dressed for the gym. After I dropped the kids at school, I went to get some time in on the treadmill. I last a whole 19 minutes before I was horribly, horribly sick. Mom and I planned to shop that afternoon, so I called her and said I was running late because I needed a nap. Little did I know this little nap would set the tone for my whole week. We went shopping and as the day progressed, I got tireder and tireder. Until it was utter exhaustion.

This is how EVERY day went last week too. I was busted. I guess a body can only go so long with no calories. Wednesday was my official day to start eating soft proteins. I have had no intolerance to any of the foods...which is GREAT! But the calories still aren't making a huge difference. I eat about 5 - 6 small bites and I am full. The dietitian said not to be concerned with the lack of calories, that I would be fine.

Here it is Monday and I am back at work pushing through the tiredness. I guess that is really the only thing I can do, huh?

3 comments:

Nicole said...

oh ya I can only imagine how you can even function without food in you! YIKES

Shannon Plumb said...

Hang in there! It will all be worth it!

mistymadisonjo said...

Hope your body starts to get used to these changes and it will be easier. Hang in there!

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