Wowzers!!!! I don't know how I managed it, but I DID iT!!! I had a bad day starting off and made sure that I stayed focused on recovering, and I ate breakfast, lunch and dinner and even had a fun food and a healthy snack during the day, and I am not pacing around bingeing tonight!!! I know it doesn't always work this way, but today I made it through and ate like I was someone without an ED!!!
I never did call either friend back yet, and I feel a little bad but I know I will do everything I can to make it up to them. If I call them in the morning it'll be easier, the longer I wait the harder it will be to do. I made it to my group at night, and right after I started checking in one of our counselors heard some sirens for a tornado or severe thunderstorm. It turned out to be a tornado warning from what I heard, and we headed to the basement in the church where we meet, but it turned out that it passed quickly and we were ok. One counselor regretted not getting to watch it go by, but I am glad we were safe and I feel so comfortable with these group members that I dropped my notebook, pen and things all around me and just sprawled out on that big empty floor we had, kicking my legs up in the air as I read parts of our chapter we were working on and listened as others read and talked. I really enjoy our group, and am so glad it's available.
I am getting ready to attempt to sleep soon, I am tired of sleeping in and I need time to get us all :) eating and ready for my next appointment at the plasma center. This place means more to me then anyone could really understand. It helps me as much as it helps others, or maybe I just 8use it as an excuse but hey, whatever works!!! I can't wait to try and have another really awesome day with recovering tomorrow :) My goal is to eat breakfast in the morning instead of in the afternoon again, but I will be happy to eat it at all. :) Good luck to you all, my friends! Do great!
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