Taking care of Ourselves: #midlifeluv



Why is it so much easier to take care of everyone else than ourselves?

Even though, I’m old enough to know better, I am guilty of not taking care of myself. Although I do drink less pop, I still get kidney stones. As we speak, I’m sitting in the urologist’s office.
I’m sure that I will be reprimanded for missing my follow up appointment as I should be.
I will also be in trouble for not getting the tests done for determining the reasons for why kidney stones form in my body.
There are no good reasons for not taking care of myself. I decided to work instead of getting the time off. I put it off and ignored it until the pain was too much. So here I am . . . waiting on the urologist when I should be doing a million other things.


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