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~~**2015**~~

�I used to dream about escaping my ordinary life, but my life was never ordinary. I had simply failed to notice how extraordinary it was. Likewise, I never imagined that home might be something I would miss.�
― Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

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�I used to dream about escaping my ordinary life, but my life was never ordinary. I had simply failed to notice how extraordinary it was. Likewise, I never imagined that home might be something I would miss.�
― Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

Fall in love or fall in hate.
Get inspired or be depressed.
Ace a test or flunk a class.
Make babies or make art.
Speak the truth or lie and cheat.
Dance on tables or sit in the corner.
Life is divine chaos. Embrace it.
Forgive yourself. Breathe.
And enjoy the ride.....
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Member Since: 1/20/2007

My Goals:
1. Eat 3 regular meals every day.

2. Daily walk.

3 Declutter my home, one small step at a time.

My Program:
Living Healthy.

Take medication and supplements as prescribed.

Eat 3x per day, including breakfast meal.

No snacking after 9PM.

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Country bumpkin.

Other Information:
"A bad day fishing is better than a great day at work!"

"Live simply, love deeply, laugh freely and always ride a fast horse!"

"I work to live, not live to work, and that makes all the difference."

"Don't sweat the small stuff and really, it's all small stuff."



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ANNIETENNIS
5/28/2015 10:33:39 AM

Thanks so much re: your tip about Goodreads. I'd never heard of it.

There are two used bookstores in a city aboutr 8 miles from where I live, in the next city. One of them is also a coffee/sandwich shop, which also sells funky antiques (I bought two wooden shoes there once). And the great thing about this store is that you can use your accumulated credit to buy books there, rather than there being a limit. (There was another used bookstore in the enxt county that had a much lower amount you could use on books/DVD's you would purchase, but the owner's rationale was that "hey, I've got to make SOME profit.

Sadly, that bookstore went out of business.

There other bookstore (used) in the same town, 8-10 miles from me, is across the street from a train station (very scenic). It's two stories and has a lot of great books. I try to stay away from there as much as possible. HA!

Thanks again for the tip, I'm going to check that out.

Oh well, time to hit the bedroom and CLEAN!!!!

(Right now my back is somewhat sore from Wed., but I'm taking some non-aspirin and pushing on! I will reward myself by taking myself out to a healthy lunch this afternoon.

TA!!!!

Annie

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ANNIETENNIS
5/27/2015 6:15:57 PM

I laughed myself silly reading your comment to my blog. I was thinking, "How can you survive with only ONE bookcase????"

But I understand your reasoning.

I am going to be trading in books that I don't read very often (but if it's one I'll think I may later want to read, I'll note it in a journal I have for that purpose. Then I can always go to the library and get it there, or put in an Interlibrary Loan Request (ILL).

Thanks so much for your support! It's your your faith that keeps me going!!!!

Annie

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SUGARBABY60
5/26/2015 10:42:36 PM

So THATS what the rumble was while you were away...thanks for filling me in. Were you in Vancouver? Welcome home! emoticon




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ANNIETENNIS
5/25/2015 8:06:36 AM

I didn't know the full story re: the pounds, so you have my sympathy.

Hopefully, the doctor(s) will beable to find the cacause and rectify.

Re: the flake. She called the office last Thursdday to say she WOULD be working Memorial Day. I was amazed and grateful. I was going to clean my room, watch a "Monkees" marathon on IFC while doing so, and have a lovely barbecue.

Friday night, the office calls, the flake called in to say she was taking Monday and Tuesday off, and if they didn't like it that was just too damn bad.

The state we work in is an "at will" state, which means you can be fired from your job for no reason. Unfortunately, that doesn't apply here.

This time, however, I didn't get mad. I just told the woman at the office that I believe in karma, and "what goes around comes around."

AND I put the flake's name on a prayer card at church yesterday (Sunday) praying that sshe'll get a better job that gets here out of my agency.

HA!

Annie

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ANNIETENNIS
5/24/2015 7:32:33 PM

Very glad you're all right.

Don't sweat the pound. It's probably from water or your body adjusting.

Be grateful you're alive, aswell!

Take care, bunbkie!

Annie
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