My Room almost done

Candy

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Trying to bring another Dresser in and objects then we are done,then we have to clean everything in the house as everything is dusty even though they had plastic on. We are both not working to hard... i has been having a lot of Breathing Problems due to the Mold, can't hardly bend over as it cuts my air off and i can't breath...gaining weight don't help as i haven't been walking this past yr...seen Dr several times with Bronchitis, went last week again and told my Dr about the Mold, she gave me new inhalers and said if that does not help she is sending me to a Lung/Asthma Specialist. Each time i went in she said my Lungs sounded clear. So we will see..
 

grandmatoall

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Trying to bring another Dresser in and objects then we are done,then we have to clean everything in the house as everything is dusty even though they had plastic on. We are both not working to hard... i has been having a lot of Breathing Problems due to the Mold, can't hardly bend over as it cuts my air off and i can't breath...gaining weight don't help as i haven't been walking this past yr...seen Dr several times with Bronchitis, went last week again and told my Dr about the Mold, she gave me new inhalers and said if that does not help she is sending me to a Lung/Asthma Specialist. Each time i went in she said my Lungs sounded clear. So we will see..
I feel for you Candy. My lungs are never clear but they have been a lot better lately. PTL. As long as I take my meds and stay on my oxygen like I am supposed to.

I also gained a ton of weight this last year. It makes me feel bad about myself and then I get depressed and eat more. It can become a vicious cycle. I just have to get the self-destructive part of my brain to kick in and get going. That is kind of hard because I suffer from winter depression. I always have. I have been exercising like I need to lately and it is helping.

I don't usually talk about it much, but I thought you needed to know that you are not the only one out there that has this problem. And it is good to know that you have support. I am here for you if you would like to talk. We can encourage each other....and I know all of our friends will help, too.
 

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I hope you both feel better and that everything works out for you in your nice clean and fixed up room, Candy. I am on a special diet from Interior Health here in British Columbia because I am Celiac which is gluten free and low salt. I lost 16 lbs all together after being sick and have kept it off because I can't have anything interesting. No one would gain weight on this diet. Take care both of you.
 

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I love your room. It looks so beautiful and I can also appreciate your problem with mold, as I have a sensitivity to it, as well. When we went to Florida, it completely went away, so that tells me that although we ripped out walls and sealed the drywall with special mold blockers, we must not have gotten it all. Thankfully, mine is not as severe as it sounds like you have. I am grateful for that and very sorry you must suffer so. Hopefully, the mold has been completely eradicated and you will breathe easy from this point forward.
I grew up with a mother who battled excess weight and a younger sister and older brother who also battled with her. It helped me develop a greater compassion for those who have bodies that just seem to cling onto every calorie. They were/are each wonderful human beings who contribute so much to society through their work and lives. I love them for who they are, not what they look like. I will be praying for you as you make choices and goals, but remember that you are loved just the way you are.
 

grandmatoall

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I love your room. It looks so beautiful and I can also appreciate your problem with mold, as I have a sensitivity to it, as well. When we went to Florida, it completely went away, so that tells me that although we ripped out walls and sealed the drywall with special mold blockers, we must not have gotten it all. Thankfully, mine is not as severe as it sounds like you have. I am grateful for that and very sorry you must suffer so. Hopefully, the mold has been completely eradicated and you will breathe easy from this point forward.
I grew up with a mother who battled excess weight and a younger sister and older brother who also battled with her. It helped me develop a greater compassion for those who have bodies that just seem to cling onto every calorie. They were/are each wonderful human beings who contribute so much to society through their work and lives. I love them for who they are, not what they look like. I will be praying for you as you make choices and goals, but remember that you are loved just the way you are.

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[QUOTE="grandmatoall, post: 262328, member: 256" Thank you sweet Lady !

I feel for you Candy. My lungs are never clear but they have been a lot better lately. PTL. As long as I take my meds and stay on my oxygen like I am supposed to.

I also gained a ton of weight this last year. It makes me feel bad about myself and then I get depressed and eat more. It can become a vicious cycle. I just have to get the self-destructive part of my brain to kick in and get going. That is kind of hard because I suffer from winter depression. I always have. I have been exercising like I need to lately and it is helping.

I don't usually talk about it much, but I thought you needed to know that you are not the only one out there that has this problem. And it is good to know that you have support. I am here for you if you would like to talk. We can encourage each other....and I know all of our friends will help, too.[/QUOTE]
 
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Candy

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Problem is Mom don't like most foods that i like and i hate cooking 2 different foods.We eat healthy but i love food and over eat...
I call my Room All-in-one Room,gonna try to squeeze another Dresser in where the Baby Gate is as actually it was 2 rooms, Moms office was and is but we left the wall out so some day i can bring my King size Bed in if i don't sell. And still have to decorate my Walls, waiting for Wall Hangers t come as i just hate to put Nails in my new wall.
 

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What a good idea to leave out the wall between the rooms! There is so much more you can do with a larger space. I don't blame you for not wanting to hang anything on your new walls. My husband just informed me that he hopes I don't hang up our beautiful pictures in our new home. Well.....I told him I most certainly was! I love my pictures. He can go out into his storage buildings or garage where there won't be any pictures, if he needs some relief from looking at pictures. Ha ha! Truthfully, I will try to be careful about which pictures I choose so it doesn't look too overwhelming, but I can't promise him anything until I am there. Rachel will come help me decide where to put the pictures, as she has more of an artistic sense than I do. I am not a visual person, but I do love my pictures!
 

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I feel for you Candy. My lungs are never clear but they have been a lot better lately. PTL. As long as I take my meds and stay on my oxygen like I am supposed to.

I also gained a ton of weight this last year. It makes me feel bad about myself and then I get depressed and eat more. It can become a vicious cycle. I just have to get the self-destructive part of my brain to kick in and get going. That is kind of hard because I suffer from winter depression. I always have. I have been exercising like I need to lately and it is helping.

I don't usually talk about it much, but I thought you needed to know that you are not the only one out there that has this problem. And it is good to know that you have support. I am here for you if you would like to talk. We can encourage each other....and I know all of our friends will help, too.
I suffer from seasonal depression myself. It used to be really bad and my doctor told me to go get in a tanning bed for about 5 to 10 minutes 2 times a week. It worked. Asthma runs in our family so I can sympathize. Hope you get to feeling better

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grandmatoall

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You will have to let us know if the stick ons work, Candy. I wonder if they peel off the paint when you need to remove them or if there is a way to get them off with some sort of safe solvent?
The commands come off and do not leave a mark.
 
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