STILLFLYIN
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  • v NEVERORNOW
    emoticon on being the Motivator of the Day! emoticon
    616 days ago
  • v JIBBIE49
    emoticon emoticon The Motivator of the Day. What an accomplishment.
    I see you have been a Sparker for nine years. WOW, that is amazing since few are still here from 2006. emoticon
    616 days ago
  • v BLUJADED
    Thank you for the awesome goodie and the very kind words! It feels good to pass these little 'tests'!
    640 days ago
  • v KURTZIE1998
    “I existed on my own terms. I was different my entire life. Some called me divergent, wild, crazy, unpredictable and unconformed—an apostate to the rules of the majority. I called myself God’s creation and found purpose in the madness. When that day came, I didn’t allow other people to dictate how I should feel or act. I learned there was no shame in imperfection because history had shown being different had the power to change perspectives and eventually the world. This is when I realized that flaws had responsibility. This was the day that I learned I was truly BLESSED.”
    ― Shannon L. Alder
    677 days ago
  • v BLUJADED
    emoticon for commenting on my blog :)
    The TV thing is definitely something I have to think about. I actually don't watch that much, unless my husband isn't home, but it seems like it's always on with him. If I made it a goal to not watch, or only allowed 1 or 2 movies per week or something similar, it would force me out of the room, and I think I'd get a LOT more accomplished! Seeing as how it's football season, and I just got my Fantasy team set up - the NO TV rule will definitely have to wait!
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    695 days ago
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