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Airbus 380

Monday, August 08, 2011

Good morning !--harder to wake up -darker mornings now-

Yesterday, #2, the ""pilot son"" called from LA --think he calls it LAX--
He was emailing me a pic of the largest plane made--the 380 I believe--a double decker plane---

Apparently he was out jogging, and this enormous aircraft flew over him--

My weight continues to fall---since I increased the synthroid--I'm down another half a pound-----so--2.5 lbs --since the increase of medication---- Stupid thyroid Disease!!
I'm once again, heading to the 200's----
But-----right now, a gal must do what a gal must do-----and that is --GET THIS BODY MOVING!
Enjoy this day Sparklers!!

Wave at an airplane to-day! It might be #2 son, the Pilot!
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    I am terrified to fly!!! There is just not enough drugs for me to fly anywhere!! But, I will wave to him, but safely from the ground!!! Of course, I would be the lucky person that when they drop the CRAP out of the plane, it would come down and hit me on the head... Ha Ha Ha!!! Shannon
    3047 days ago

    You know, fellow thyroid sistah, I totally agree w/you. Thyroid disease stinks the big bug. I have that and diabetes (DUH! OBVIOUSLY, right!) and I find the diabetes is totally easier to manage. I feel your pain. It totally takes my body 2 to 3 months to get acclimated to any thyroid dosage change . . . and that means MORE hair loss, low energy . . . well YOU know!

    I am soooooo thankful that my Levo has been stable for 3 yrs. And my weight loss since joining SP has helped tremendously as well (didn't expect that one, not at all!)

    Have a sparking MOnday. Keep on movin' and groovin'.
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    Good job ,nice pictures!
    3047 days ago
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    Congrats on the loss! Keep up the good work! emoticon
    3047 days ago
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