Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Happy Hump Day!

I love Hump Day (aka Wednesday) because I get to leave work 25 minutes early (9:35 as opposed to 10pm). It's the little things, ya know?

I'm going to Seoul this weekend to get another fill. I don't think I really need it badly, but I do feel like I can eat a lot more at night and having realized this, I've started snacking a little more at night. Not a lot, mind you, but more than I'd like. Oh well, I'll see how it goes. My doctor needs to check out my incisions anyway because one of them still hasn't completely healed. Besides, it's an excuse to go shopping again :)

I've been waking up fairly early (for me, at least) since I had my surgery. I really like it because I feel like I get so much more accomplished before going to work. However, Monday night I went to bed a little later than usual (around 2am) and ended up waking up earlier than usual at 7:30 am. I was pretty exhausted by the time I had to go to work. I went to sleep at 1am last night, woke up at 7 with a stuffy nose and coughing, and finally went and laid down on the couch (I can lay on my side easier on the couch because the back supports me better; still a little uncomfortable on my side from the surgery) and slept until 10:30. Anyway, long boring story short, I didn't get my walk in today because waking up later totally threw me off my schedule--I'm such a creature of habit sometimes!

Hooray for pointless posts! :)


~Lisa~ (Mrs C) said...

You sound like your body needed some good old fashioned rest - and I am glad you gave it the rest it was calling for!! You can walk tomorrow - but when your body needs something, it will let you know!!

Enjoy your time in Seoul!! I can't wait to hear about the shopping!!

Rachel said...

Yes I want to hear about your shopping! Sounds fun.

Amanda said...

You are very sweet! Trust me that sugar scrub is really really easy! Gonna post the recipe later today! So what are you going shopping for!!? I get to go Friday between appointments!

nikki said...

Your day of shopping sounds fun. Going to Seoul sounds fun. ;) GOod luck on your fill.

Rachel said...

Do most people with lapband get fills this soon and frequently?
I was under the impression that they only occurred an average of 5 times, total, and that they were not so close together.
Is it the difference between US & Korea?
Speaking of snacking - I found 5 of those little red wrapped chocolates in my backpack yesterday. I'm pretty certain that there will not be that many within 24 hours. <3 Rae

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