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YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE!

IT'S MY LIFE! IT'S NOW OR NEVER!

BETTER BUSY THAN BORED!

PATIENCE IN ALL THINGS!

COMMIT! DON'T QUIT!

MAKE YOUR LIFE AN ADVENTURE!

I AM IN IT TO WIN IT!

JUST DO IT!

BELIEVE IT-ACHIEVE IT!

THE SERENITY PRAYER
God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change:
courage to change the things I can;
and the wisdom to know the difference.- Reinhold Niebuhr-

Yesterday is history,
Tomorrow is mystery,
Today is a gift!
-author uknown-

I'm a busy mom, secretary, EMT (24 years), fireman (10 years)
and storm spotter(8 years), all rolled into one! I am 62 years old and have raised 5 children, the youngest being 22 but growing up fast. I have 5 grandchildren. I work in an insurance agency with my husband and have been here for 35 years. I didn't work part of the time while I was raising the children but it has been pretty steady for the last 32 years. Since we are located in a very small town in a rural area, we all wear many hats. We are involved in almost every civic organization in our community and very active in church and 4-H, as well. It makes for a busy life!

"And Miles to Go before I Sleep!"




Member Since: 12/29/2008

Fitness Minutes: 293,024

My Goals:
Go with the flow.
Keep life interesting!


My Program:
I am recommiting to walking at least 10000 steps daily, plus ST.



Personal Information:
My name is Marsha. I am 62 years old, married and have 5 children. 4 are married and 1 is still single but living on his own. The last child has finished his senior year of college, pursing a degree in music education and will be student teaching this fall. He recently married his best friend. We have 5 grandchildren. I live in an tiny, rural town in South Dakota. I work in an insurance office.


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All thngs take time.
Life is a challenge.
Just do it!




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  • v FROSTY99
    In my former life I was an office manager and supervised the payables accounting so what I am doing here is a piece of cake. It is a one person office and only have to answer to the board of directors. They were paying our management company to do it, but the person only sat and answered the phones-none of the grunt work. The only think I don't have is the CAM license and at this stage don't plan on getting it! I enjoy doing it - gives the brain a bit of a challenge and makes us a bit of extra spending $$.
    6 hours ago
  • v BESSHAILE
    Thanks for the bloglove. Funny how much I admire people who can plan ahead for the whole week, have almost no respect for my fly-by-the-strings-of-my-apron approach to cooking, except when there's an emergency and I am able to pull a victory out of my freezer, yet can't seem to change my ways. You'd think I'd just go do what I admire. I am much more of a plan a day kind of person - and maybe that's good enough. Guess I'm still working this one out. But, again, thanks for laughing with me.
    20 hours ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    *♥ -:¦:-*♥~.•*´¨ )♥~*-:¦:-*♥~.•*´¨ )♥~*-: -*♥
    You are limitless in your potential. You can be, do or have anything you imagine. Kingsley O’Kerry
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    20 hours ago
  • v JSTETSER
    Gabby's surgery is this morning. She will have brain surgery at 7:30 am. We are believing for a successful surgery and a full, speedy recovery. Thank you for standing with us in faith!
    20 hours ago
  • v SKYDRAKE
    My dad was an orphan and was taken as a foster child on a farm as a teen. He had been a city boy. My grandpa thought it would be good for him to raise lambs. He was supposed to bring them down state. They got everything ready and went to start the truck and it wouldn't start. My grandpa didn't want him to be disappointed, so got out grandma's brand new car and put some blankets over the seats. They loaded up the lambs, stopping to clean the car every once in awhile. I don't think grandma was very happy about the car situation, but it was a wonderful memory for a city boy that didn't have very many good memories.

    I was in 4H, but it was a suburban chapter, so animals were not a part of my experience.
    1 day ago
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