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    Sleep: Slept well, minor difficulties falling asleep, but I was excited about the future.

    Food: Ate well. Almost cheated on my no-sugar restriction when I bought a small bar of organic chocolate (and now I can't even remember if it had soy lecithin in it), but I put it straight in the freezer when I got home. It's funny, I'm not even craving chocolate or sweets. I just want to EAT ALL THE THINGS. I'm not hungry, it's just this kind of "bored" feeling in my body, like eating would be an awesome activity. I had a really filling breakfast of 3 eggs over easy with a large pork chop, and will have another chop for lunch with green beans. Dinner will be steaks. I need to get more Kerrygold butter (two blocks, I think) to make more ghee because the second batch I made came out really tiny. I used paper towels to filter it because the cheese cloth, even folded over about 4 times, let a lot of milk particles through. I just don't feel like bacon grease works that well for steaks, but maybe I'm just not applying it well.

    Exercise: Just doing squats and things here and there. My thumb is all better, just has a red mark on the crease that doesn't hurt at all, so I can bike and do kettlebells again. See Fitocracy link in signature for details. I don't have any way of marking down the exercise that my chiropractor told me to do, but I can feel it engaging my sides and it feels really good. It's not as challenging as other side-related exercises those video workouts have you do. Like side planks. Eeevvviiillllll. If the weather holds out, a bike ride tonight would be great!

    Symptoms: Still itchy. Not feeling hopeful about the Diflucan working. I'm not sure if I should be seeing the doctor I saw earlier this year who diagnosed me with the yeast overgrowth, or the gyn, who gave me the Diflucan. I could probably get Nystatin from the doc, which seems like it would be a more efficient solution. I bet the Candex would work if I took more of it, but it's REALLY pricey. I'm thinking about getting that AZO Yeast pack from CVS. It's only about $10 and it's worked in the past for yeast infections. I just want to get this one under control, then I think I can keep doing what I'm doing to fix this for the long term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    I told him about the David Ramsey method,
    I love Dave Ramsey, he's simply brilliant, or brilliantly simple. Sometimes I buy something and feel ashamed and hope that he doesn't find out about my frivolous purchase. I want to have his baby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justyouraveragecavemen View Post
    I want to have his baby.
    That might be difficult for you.... but you know, advances of modern medicine and all, maybe someday!

    I'm getting super frustrated with the yeast today. I'm hoping that feeling worse means it's going to feel better soon. I'm trying to be patient since I can't see the doc till next week anyway. There's so much conflicting information out there. I'm wondering if I should increase my Candex intake again, since that seemed to work, and then try something else. I'm already at $89 of supplements for the month, because of the $50 probiotic. Bit depressed about this.
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    $50 probiotic! Good LORD that's a a lot of money! I pay $11.50 for my Jarrow.

    You know, if you want to move around every two years, have boyfriend (or even you) join the Army. Every two years they'll uproot your family and ship you someplace else to live for two years to do it all over again.
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    Haha, no thank you. I'm never joining the Army, and Boyfriend was already in and his contract is now over because they broke him. I just want to see the country and live in different places. Maybe we'll only ever live in a couple of states before we settle, but it's a dream, anyway.

    Damn, a bit sensitive today. I read a traumatic birthing story and it made me pretty upset. No more of that, I guess!
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    I can't read traumatic anything that has to do with kids. It used to be tolerable, but since having my own kids, nope, can't do it anymore. Just watching shark week last night and seeing a rogue elephant with kids on it made me weepy and anxious. Leave kids out of it and I can read any traumatic anything you throw at me and consider it light reading...
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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    Haha, no thank you. I'm never joining the Army, and Boyfriend was already in and his contract is now over because they broke him. I just want to see the country and live in different places. Maybe we'll only ever live in a couple of states before we settle, but it's a dream, anyway.

    Damn, a bit sensitive today. I read a traumatic birthing story and it made me pretty upset. No more of that, I guess!
    Might I suggest Alabama as a stop on your tour of the country?
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    Aside from crashing your party, what kind of stuff might we like checking out? Boyfriend isn't a big historical buff (he hates New England historical stuff, admittedly old graveyards and colonial buildings are not very exciting), but we like tall/interesting buildings, cool tours (we loved Seattle's Underground Tour), at least once fancy dinner per trip (bonus if it has a view/is on top of a tall building)... Hmm... One of these days, I'll write a blog post about the kinds of things we look for when travelling to a new city. We are not adverse to interesting museums (we loved the Smithsonian Castle and Air & Space Museum).
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    Hmmm...no cool tall buildings in my neck of the woods, but we do have this:
    U.S. Space & Rocket Center | U.S. Space & Rocket Center

    And this is cool, it's a restaurant at the top or as one of my professors called it "a restaurant on a stick":
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    It also has a super swanky Marriott beside it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justyouraveragecavemen View Post
    Hmmm...no cool tall buildings in my neck of the woods, but we do have this:
    U.S. Space & Rocket Center | U.S. Space & Rocket Center

    And this is cool, it's a restaurant at the top or as one of my professors called it "a restaurant on a stick":
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    It also has a super swanky Marriott beside it.
    Wait. Tall restaurant on a stick, next to a hotel... Did y'all rip Dallas off or did y'all rip us off?
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