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Work
Home
Kneading
Rising
Grinding
Puréeing
Straining
Soaking 
Rinsing 
Washing
Spinning
Whizzing
Emailing
Reading
Watching
Listening
Talking (a lot)
Laughing
Playing
Singing
Cooking
Eating 
Drinking
Showering
snuggling
Sleeping


And then it starts all over again...
It's all good, we're happy & that's the main thing.


We are getting into our work rhythm, we're organised & achieving lots. We have energy & strength. We're eating well - sometimes late, but we feel good. We've spent quality time with Hugo, which has been nice & we are reminded of how lucky we are... We have such lovely buddies.


Though the highlight of my week...
For the first time in 26 years, I have been able to hold off Sime beating me in an arm wrestling match...Yes!!!
I think it's all the spinach...Hahaha! My upper arm muscles have become rather large & it makes us laugh... But really it's great & just another sign that my body is working properly. It's been just over 3 weeks since I stopped taking the anti thyroid drug & the under active symptoms are wearing off slowly. The medication takes 8 weeks to kick in, so it probably will take about the same to be completely out of my system or even longer. 


Night, night
Special hugs & kisses to Nana-Stip-Pep - hope you're feeling better soon!


Popeye 
xx


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