Wednesday, May 21, 2008

I lost 6 lbs over night....not in a good way.

Monday night I was sitting in my living room when all of a sudden a wave of nausea hit me. That was the beginning of the worst night of my life. I was sick all night. I couldn't even fall asleep to escape it... In the morning I hopped on the scale out of habit and saw 185. Yeah, not a good thing. I was dizzy and cramping up... totally dehydrated. I spent all day trying to drink as much as I could without losing it again. Every time I ate my stomach would cramp up.

I think I am over it now. I woke up this morning and only had a little bit of dizziness when I stood up. I am not looking forward to eating breakfast... that's a first!

I have to get healthy fast. I've got a full schedule:
  • Thursday night is my Tang Soo Do class
  • Friday night is the Benefit Roping the sheriff's posse is putting on.
  • Saturday is my garage sale!!

I don't know yet if I am going to do any working out today... maybe a yoga class if I am feeling better this afternoon... but I am not going to push myself. I haven't been able to eat a lot, so I know I will be really weak. Maybe just a stroll on the treadmill tonight.

Today's Plan:

Do what I feel I can do.




Anonymous said...

Oh no! I hope you feel better soon!! I'm so happy I found you again (and you remembered who I was lol)!!

I am SO INSPIRED by you! Girl you are looking SO GREAT! I changed my blog template and lost your previous comment :( I didn't want you to think I did that on purpose!


Hanlie said...

That's just awful! I hope you feel better soon! Good luck!

Fatinah said...

feel better soon!!

P.O.M. said...

Argh - isn't it crazy when it comes on that fast??

Hope you're a 100% soon!

FatMom said...

Oh, man! Food poisoning? Better now?

Claire said...

Hope you feel better soon! Listen to your body (but you already know that). :-)

debby said...

Man, TL, that sounds just awful. Being nauseated is one of the things I dread most. Now do just what you said and take it easy on yourself. You'll be able to get back to your normal routine soon enough.