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October 26th, 2006

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04:46 pm - you're what I've been waiting for

I might have to stop mocking Dr. Quack. The nutritionist he's got me seeing is really grounded and helpful. She didn't beat me up for the things I didn't do, just focused on the things I did and how I can improve on the progress I've made. It made life seem doable.

Thanks for all the well-wishes for Nat. I haven't heard anything yet and I don't know what tests they're running today. Yesterday they ran 2 CAT scans presumably after a neurological exam. Brian told Dad that Nat had a CAT scan at 7months (although no idea why) and there was nothing there then. That doesn't give me the warm fuzzies. But what about this did does. Anyway, I'll keep ya'll posted.

In today's Torah reading, the dove left the ark, but found no place to settle and returned to the ark.
Current Mood: lethargiclethargic
Current Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber - Finale: Any Dream Will Do/Give Me My Coloured Coat

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Date:October 27th, 2006 10:23 am (UTC)
I love my nutritionist. I honestly don't know where I'd be without her. She allows me to focus on the positive, and determine what my roadblocks are for bypassing any humps. Success with small steps make large steps seem more possible.

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