Thursday, January 22, 2009


Well, it's Thursday... time for another weigh in!

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Well... I'm back up to what I was two weeks ago. Not exactly what I was looking for, but I haven't done much of anything in the past week... I restarted school, so that's an entire day sitting instead of up on my feet at the pharmacy.

I'm starting to feel the itch to do something physical... but I haven't been able to find the time. I signed up for a basketball league through church, so hopefully that works out!

Speaking of basketball... the Pointers of UWSP are now 8-0 in conference, having knocked off everybody else in the first round of the conference schedule. Platteville beat Whitewater last night, so now they're 1. Stevens Point 2. Platteville 3. Whitewater.

I think the schedule favors UWSP because, though Point and Platteville both have to go to Whitewater in the second half of the year, that's just one of 3 away games for Point... and Platteville ends the conference year in SP, too.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Back on track... another weigh-in

Got back on track... my last weigh-in was at 305 yesterday. Creeping ever closer to that 300 lb threshold!

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Woo Hoo!

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Post-Christmas Weigh-in

Well, I think I did pretty well over Christmas break... especially considering that I spent it with my relatives. Anyone who has spent any holidays with them knows that there is food EVERYWHERE... We pretty much graze. And the meals tend to be very... filling!

And not only did we have my immediate family's Christmas, we had my extended family Christmas too. And my in-laws came this weekend. Lots of food!

Add to this the fact that I had more days off of work than usual... so instead of running around the pharmacy, I'm at home, usually sitting, holding a baby. That doesn't equate to continuing to lose weight!

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I also went to the doc over the Christmas break concerning my blood pressure. I've had high blood pressure for quite a long time (even before I gained my current extra weight), and my family has a history of high blood pressure too, so I've started taking some BP pills to try to control it.

The doctor also wants me to do a sleep study to see about me possibly having sleep apnea. I'm always asleep... so I don't have any idea if I've got it or not, but I know that I don't feel rested and my wife tells me that I have really weird snores. Hopefully the sleep study can figure out what's up... so I can feel rested!

Thursday, January 1, 2009

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