Can't be without you ladies, that is!
These past few days have been...interesting. Regardless of blogging or not, ED is still in my head and seems to be getting worse and I just don't know what to do! I also have had this never ending hunger, which I eat to satisfy but there is no satisfying happening! I don't know what's going on!
I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas! And of course, got everything they hoped for =]
My gifts included:
A new Verizon LG Envy phone!
The Sims complete pack for Mac (dream house here I come!)
A laptop bag
21 (the movie!)
Gift cards and other typical presents.
How lucky are we that our families can afford such nice things for us? I mean, I hear about people who get so SO many expensive gifts, and a part of me gets jealous for an instant, until I realize that I am truly happy just as I am. Sure, I only have a few presents under the tree...but they are usually things that I open and can't WAIT to use! And there are some people who don't even get gifts on Christmas, which is so heartbreaking for me to think about. That's why I try to volunteer my time during the Holiday season so when I unwrap my gifts on Christmas day, there is no guilt involved!
So...I have decided that instead of giving up blogging completely, I am going to try to limit the time I spend on it. It's true that I've spend SO much more time with my friends and family over this past week...however, I might have still kept up with some of your blogs =] I just can't do without you gals!
So here's my POA. I'm going to read everyone's blogs once in the morning, and once at night, and limit the number of posts I publish. I think typing how I feel, and about my day is important...however I don't want it to become my only form of venting. I have people in my life too that I can talk to! But I LOVE this little community that we have going here...and I don't really know what I would do without you guys. I realized over these past few days that blogging has actually helped me in a sense. A few months ago, peanut butter would NOT have been allowed, despite it being my favorite food. But today, on Christmas, I had it TWICE! (P.S. Amy...I had a waffle with pb this morning for breakfast!)
I have one thing that I wanted to mention though, and I don't really know what to think about it so feedback would be great.
When I was getting my dinner together tonight, my mom walked into the kitchen and randomly said "I just want you to know that if you don't eat the cakes or cookies I make, or anything like that...it doesn't make me feel bad. Those are considered extra's, and as long as you're eating the things you're supposed to like peanut butter and margarine, then it's fine by me."
Ehhh. It was just so random! And I had definitely had a cookie today, right in front of her! (Which I told her about and she doesn't remember). I don't know...ED was jumping for joy but I was honest with her and told her that I really want to be comfortable with those foods...but I'm just slowly becoming more comfortable with the other ones. She told me that it was good to hear.
I don't even know if you would have any thoughts on that?
<3 Missed you guys. =]
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