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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Panicking!!! (Two Posts For Today)

I am in a panic as I made an appointed with a dietician for Monday evening!!  I had contacted her on Monday and she called back yesterday afternoon.  When I was working as a social worker she was my favorite dietician that I referred my clients. She is very nice and realistic. I told her a bit about why I need services...tough to do. 

So, not only do I already know the dietician, she is good and will come to my home.  She also said that she will not charge me as it is her way of giving back to the community.  (I do wonder if she is just saying that.)

It may seem like this has been a rushed decision, but believe me that I don't write something or gather information just for the fun of it. I do this after thinking about my things for a long time and then out of the blue it seems like I come up with what I'm going to do and follow through. In other words, I don't talk about something until I am ready to act upon it.

2 comments:

Kim A. said...

I think that doing something good for yourself is an awesome first step. I look forward to hearing how is unfolds.

♥namaste♥

Clueless said...

Hi Kim, thank you for your continued support...I feel like I need it right now...I too am looking forward as to how this unfolds.
CC

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