Welcome to my week in review using gifs. This is a revival of a weekly Sunday post where I comically discuss the ups and downs of my week using gifs. I recommend you view this post on my website instead of WordPress Reader or email as you may not be able to see the gifs. So, if you are wanting to laugh and to be entertained, this post is for you!
Week beginning Monday, June 11, 2018
After a small breakdown in the morning over the loss of my mom a few months ago, we went off to therapy with our therapist Randy. It was a fairly mild and quiet session.
My husband Daniel has been having some GI problems, so after a series of tests, we went back to the doctor who then recommended he have his gall bladder removed. I reassured Daniel there is nothing to worry about, and these “simple” surgeries never go wrong.
And I reminded him how professional the doctors are.
Wednesday I worked relentlessly on my book. I think I’m really making great progress.
I also went swimsuit shopping. I think I found a swimsuit that I will be very happy with.
Okay. So the swimsuit search is ongoing.
It was another session with our therapist Randy. Our session was less than great, and I left angry at him. He made me mad, but he will still always have a place in our heart, even if it is him trampling on it.
My husband Daniel and I went to the water park. It was so nice not to be gawked at for my pale skin and unsightly scars.
I met with my dietician in the morning, and we had a really good session. I’m working on my recovery from an eating disorder, and I’m doing fine with the well-balanced meal plan she has prescribed for me.
After meeting with my dietician, Daniel took me swimsuit shopping so I wouldn’t intentionally yet accidentally ram my car into a telephone pole due to frustration. This time I found two swimsuits.
Neither are perfect, but that won’t prevent me from sashaying around the water park and faking it till I make it. I know it won’t be easy and I won’t feel confident with my body or my swimsuits, but nobody at that water park will ever know.
So marks another week in the life of Becca at Missing In Sight. Look next Sunday for another review of the week.
But before I close this post, I have one last thought for you:
Don’t you dare quit on yourself. No matter what it looks like or how long it takes, reach out for help and support. Even though you are tired and might feel hopeless, don’t stop until you get what you need. To quit would mean letting others win your battle. The victory does not belong to them. It belongs to you and you alone. Hang in there.
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