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Mood ring meme (borrowed from teppanyaki, and an update [Aug. 24th, 2003|02:20 pm]
[Current Mood |accomplishedaccomplished]
[Listening to |The Saints--Life's a Grain of Sand]

It's been a pretty good day, if you omit the cleaning from it. Cassy's a little better today--still not great, but better. I'm relieved--she doesn't seem to be in pain like yesterday, and she's walking around a little. I really hope she continues to improve.
I cleaned the living room, part of the family room, and the kitchen table, so consequently I feel accomplished. And yesterday was a miracle--I ate a healthy dinner of rice, and then anikasmom called and asked if thedarkcrystal and I wanted to go out for Mexican food. So I wound up having two dinners (which were both healthy, by the way), and haven't gained a pound. It's amazing--I eat so much now, and I haven't gained any weight for months. It's partly because of the virus we all have that makes me hungry every five minutes, and partly because I'm getting my fast metabolism back. I guess I'm recovering.
Anyway, enough about me. I hope all of you have as good a day as I had.

By the way, I don't really think this is me. It's a cool idea, though.

Livejournal Mood Ring

is happy.

You're a rosy-cheeked ray of f'ing sunshine 24/7. I bet you smile a lot and little things don't get you down. Must be nice. Fuchsia's definitely your color.

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[User Picture]From: dancenfree
2003-08-25 01:09 am (UTC)


hey that is great. I hope you had a great dinner with your friend. did it take you a long time to trust your metabolism? I'm still kind of scared of it.
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[User Picture]From: minuetcat
2003-08-25 02:50 am (UTC)

Re: great

Thanks a lot--yeah, after two years since recovery, as my doctors say, I'm finally starting to trust it. Until basically yesterday, I thought of it as an enemy, so this is a really big step for me. And thank you--I did have a good dinner.
Hope to see you soon :)
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