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Friday daily Bipolar post, possible triggers
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bpcookie posted:
Hello dahling

weather, high 109 degs

sleep, good

mood, 'shrug' who knows

plans, all depends on my VLSC pain, I would love to get the grocery shopping done, dont want to have to do it tomorrow cause we are gonna look at a dog that we may possibley adopt. Will do some chores. Try to entertain my dog. Cant take her for a walk cause its too hot. Its too hot by the time it is 7:00 am up until 10:00 pm. Ridiculous. The heat also cause my pain to be worse. Oh well, at least its Friday.

love ya,s muah
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DizzyJgirl responded:
Afternoon!

Weather: rainy

Sleep: ok.

Mood: Blah but really trying.

Plans: did groceries and errands. Truthfully, my mood would be worse but there was a nice nurse at my son's pediatricans office who bent over backwards to help me. Just made my day so much easier...I couldn't stop thanking her.
Waiting to hear about a possible MRI on my shoulder.

Cookie, I look forward to hearing about the dog you are looking at. I guess your dh came around to that whole idea?
I hope that your pain isn't worse. Take care.
Everyone have a good weekend!
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