Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Living Well

I am happy to say that today is a better day. My oldest son is still struggling with healing over the bleed he has been battling, but he is improving. My little one is good, so that makes things so much better in the dynamics of our family this week.

I went to the gym last night, even though my heart was not into it initially, and I am so glad I did. My routine on the treadmill is becoming easier! Yeah for improvement! My eating has been a little off kilter with all of the issues with my boys. I tend to eat when I get depressed or stressed....sound familiar?

Things are better and I am positive the rest of the week will be a success.

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He And Me + 3 said...

Keep up the good work and stay motivated. You will reach your goals. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I love meeting via blogs other christian women.

JesusRulzMe said...

Hi Cazandra,

This is my first time on your blog!

I'm sad to hear about your boys. What's going on? How did this happen and how can I be praying for all of you?

I have two boys too, 15 (sophomore in HS) and 13 (8th grader in MS).

I love that you went to the gym anyway even when you didnt' feel like it. I think that's really great and you should be proud of yourself.

I find it difficult to "get up and go" when my "get up" has gone...without me! AHHHH!!!

But sure know what you mean. I've done the same thing before. When I'm stressed I often turn to food to make me feel better rather than turn to Christ to heal me from the inside out.

Bless you dear sister,

Denise said...

Prayers continue for your family.

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