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Haven't been around much today

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Hi all,

I've been away from the computer most of today, and probably won't be round much tomorrow either. Hopefully I'll be able to catch up with everyone properly in a day or two.

I did get my 15 minute walk in today, and some upper body work. I also used Tigger a bit, to at least make my minimum steps. I have a stonking headache this evening though, and am looking forward to my bed very shortly.

To sleep, perchance to dream. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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DCATNAPPER 10/6/2010 6:24PM

    I just wanted to stop by and say hello. I hope a good night of sleep took care of your headache. Has your daughter gotten married yet? I got to thinking that it must be near time for the wedding and wanted you to know that I am thinking about the mother of the bride activities you must be involved in right now. I am busy with grades currently as we are nearing the halfway point in the semester. Take care and enjoy the new season!
Delois
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CARLA-216 10/6/2010 9:36AM

    Good to see you pop in, Lex. I missed seeing you around yesterday, and hoped all was okay over there in Colchester. Thinking of you, my friend!

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WVREDNECKHOTTIE 10/6/2010 6:09AM

    Hope everything is ok and you feel better.
*hugs*
Jen

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JHADZHIA 10/5/2010 10:02PM

    Hope you can sleep with that headache!! I sure need a good one too. But work is getting in the way. That is what happens when I take too much time off in a row, they find me more work LOL.

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KNITTABLES 10/5/2010 7:59PM

    Love the picture, hope your headache goes away soon. nighty night.

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CHEVY63 10/5/2010 7:56PM

    Hope your headache goes away and you sleep well!

Michele

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WANDAH3 10/5/2010 7:34PM

    Thinking of you and sending healing thoughts your way. May you find the rest and comfort you need tonight.

Hugs,
Wanda

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CHRISTURTLE 10/5/2010 6:36PM

    Hope you did have sweeet dreams Lex, and that you wake feeling completely pain free. Sending hugs and some headache-vanquishing vibes your way.
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NJMATTICE 10/5/2010 6:09PM

    Taking good care of yourself. A nice healthy choice. Hope that sleep will cure that headache. Sweet dreams.
Love,
Nancy

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52-Week Walking Plan, week 7, day 2. + Four Things in my Life Quiz

Monday, October 04, 2010

Today I did:

CARDIO
52-Week Walking Plan,
Week 7, Day 2
25 minute Walk

Pedometer Stats:
Pace: 21 min mile
Calories: 112
Steps: 2799
Time: 0:26:29
Distance: 1.26 miles

Walked the Waitrose Circuit.

STRENGTH TRAINING
Video 2 of the Bootcamp challenge
Two sets of 12 reps of calf raises on the step

I've been spending today sparking and emailing to try and catch up on all the weekend emails I never even got to read this weekend. Not that I'm complaining because I really enjoyed my weekend, catching up with my neighbour on Saturday, and then with a good friend in a very long phonecall on the Sunday. It was a very pleasant weekend all in all, just somewhat erratic in its execution. LOL


I normally don't do these memes and quizzes, but I liked this one, and you guys will get to know a little bit about me. Feel free to snag it and have a go yourself. It is doing the rounds of SP at the moment. :-)


~4 Things In my Life Quiz~

- Four jobs I have had in my life:

1. Barmaid

2. Tea Lady at a Nursing Home

3. Care Assistant (same nursing home)

4. Caravan Cleaner

- Four movies I have watched more than once:

(only four? Eep!)

1. Some Like It Hot

2. Pete's Dragon

3. Sister Act

4. The Sound of Music

- Four places I have lived:

1. Cornwall

2. Plymouth (Devon)

3. Newcastle

4. Colchester (Essex)

- Four Places I have been:

1. Venice

2. France

3. Belgium

4. Austria

- Four of my favorite foods:

1. Chicken cooked almost any way you can imagine

2. Tagliatelle

3. Ratatouille

4. Fish in pretty much any shape or form

- Four TV shows I watch:

1. CSI (any of them, but the original is still my fave)

2. Drop Dead Diva

3. Ghost Whisperer

4. Medium

- Four places I would rather be right now:

(Not 'rather be', but would make a lovely change)

1. Devon (with my younger daughter, my other daughter, and her fiance)

2. Venice (want desperately to visit again)

3. Egypt (never been, really want to go)

4. America (visiting all my friends in the USA and seeing the sights)

- Four things I am looking forward to next year:

1. Being secure in the knowledge that my daughter had a wonderful wedding in December

2. Having a holiday in Devon with my daughters and my Son-in-Law

3. Attending a Ways With Words Festival and meeting some of my favourite authors and celebrities.

4. Finding myself a nice fella would be good. :-)

Have a wonderful day everyone! :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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NJMATTICE 10/5/2010 9:27AM

    Lexie,
Thanks for the pleasant pastime of the 4 things quiz. Many have joined in and it's a great treat to learn something new about our Spark Friends. I had no idea that our TV programs are widely viewed on the other side of the pond. I watch your programs with the exception of CSI. I think when it first started our CBS channel didn't come in good and I never watched any CBS programs. Thanks for providing the fun. Have a TERRIFIC TUESDAY!
Love,
Nancy

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JHADZHIA 10/5/2010 1:54AM

    Interesting! Now I know where you got those French words in your cooking I had to look up LOL.
Keep up the great work!

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CHERIRIDDELL 10/5/2010 1:54AM

    Oh I loved tonight's blog ,I loved Plymouth and Newcastle you'll laugh but Jimmy Nail comes from Newcastle I always liked Jimmy Nail....We like the same telly .Shame we weren't closer in distance I could find you a nice soldier or two but the bloody commute would be horrendous LOL!!!Even with a plane the flight is long LOL! hugs,Cheri

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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/4/2010 6:36PM

    Always great to learn more about our friends! It is always interesting to find these blogs and realize how much we have in common with our sp friends! Thanks for sharing...borrowed the questions and posted a blog.

Great job on the exercise!

Have a great night!
Rhonda

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CHEVY63 10/4/2010 5:21PM

    Howdy - it sounds like you continue to do great things! I really enjoyed your "4 things" - I might steal that for a blog soon!

Hope you have a great evening!

Michele

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WANDAH3 10/4/2010 4:19PM

    I'm snagging the questions and I'll even answer them in a blog too! lol

Have an awesome day, thanks for the info about you.

Hugs,
Wanda

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CARLA-216 10/4/2010 3:40PM

    Heehee, love the kitteh! Reminds me of Porky Pig cartoons when he stumbles over the "big" words, and then settles for a small word of the same meaning. LOL

xoxo,
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BOE4LIFE 10/4/2010 3:17PM

    Outstanding job way to go

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KNITTABLES 10/4/2010 2:23PM

    What a great picture at the end of another great blog. Great job on the workouts.

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ZURDTA- 10/4/2010 2:23PM

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All sounds good - getting yourself a nice fella would be wonderful too...

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A week in Review (26 Sept - 2nd Oct 2010) + Monthly Measurements and October Goals

Sunday, October 03, 2010

NUTRITION
Fruit and Veg
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7, 8, 6, 5, 7, 5, 6 = 44/35 (record 49)

Water
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8, 10, 10, 8, 8, 9, 8 = 61/56 (record 67)

Nutrition Basics
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Calories in range 2/7 (record 5/7)
Carbs in range 5/7 (record 7/7)
Fat in range 2/7 (record 5/7) + 1 day one point over
Protein in range 6/7 (new record 6/7)

I keep saying it, but my protein successes always come at the cost of my calories and fat. I hope to find the opportunity soon to play with beans and pulses a bit more. I knew it was going to be a bad week this week. :-)

FITNESS
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STEPS
3900 steps met and exceeded every day.
Minimum daily steps target rises to 4000.

Sun: 4187
Mon: 6650
Tue: 5066
Wed: 11485
Thur: 9170
Fri: 6327
Sat: 5197

Total steps for the week: 48082 A slight improvement on last week, which is great! I am a happy bunny! (record = 55009)
Average daily steps = 6869 (record 7858)

MILEAGE

Sun: 1.9 miles
Mon: 3.02 miles
Tue: 2.3 miles
Wed: 5.22 miles
Thur: 4.17 miles
Fri: 2.88 miles
Sat: 2.36 miles

Total mileage for week: 21.85 miles (record 25.02 miles) Bang on my aim of 21 miles per week! Again! :-)

Total fitness minutes this week: 460, which is 66 minutes per day.
Total calories burned: 1958

WEIGHT
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Stayed at 13 stone 2lbs (184lbs)

Monthly measurements
3/4 inch off my waist - 35.25 inches (total loss in three months = 1.75 in)
1 1/2 inches off my hips - 42.5 inches (total loss in three months = 2 in)
Nothing off my thigh - 24.5 inches (total loss in three months = 1.5 in)
1/4 inch off my arm - 12 inches (total loss in three months = 1 in)

That is pretty good, when you consider that none of the measurements budged a jot last month. :-) This month it has been my weight that has become stagnant. In spite of the odd pound higher or lower as the month progressed, it has still settled at the same spot as it was last month.

I'm not a big fan of goal setting. I tend to get disheartened if I don't meet them because I was too ambitious, so I am very conservative in those that I do set. For October, therefore, my goals are not about losing weight or inches.

Goals for October:

1. To work on incorporating some lower calorie protein into my diet. It is a good time of year for casseroles and soups, so I plan to play with some recipes that include different types of beans. They will also be handy freezer fillers, because I am still in the process of restocking that. :-)

2. To play with squashes. It isn't something we do a lot over here. On the few occasions when I've been involved in scooping flesh out of pumpkins for jack-o-lanterns I've never seen the flesh cooked and eaten. We have acorn, spaghetti and butternut squashes and others too sometimes, available locally, and SP has some great recipes, so I am looking forward to trying some out. Stand by to receive questions about possible substitutions for ingredients we can't get over here. LOL

3. To organise my days/weeks so that I have a better idea of what I am doing and when. Currently my spiritual life is getting lost in the maze of other things I cram into my day. I need to evaluate my priorities and achieve some balance between my family, work, SP, fitness, nutrition, Spirituality, and fun, so that everything gets a fair look in. :-)

4. To build on my strength training routine. I still have the basics from following the bootcamp, but I need to be more consistent in building on that.

5. Kick through as many leaf piles as possible!!! *grin*


Well, that is it folks. My weekly review was good on the whole, and the monthly measurements are heading in the right direction. What I am seeing in the mirror also tells me things are improving. I'm starting to see definition in my arms, and I definitely have something I can loosely call a waist. *grin* And talking of loosely, the jeans I finally managed to do up about six weeks ago are now loose on me, to the extent that I need to pull them up a bit when I'm on Tigger! When I have a bit of spare cash I'm going to have to do a tour of the charity shops for some interim jeans.

The only downer in all of this is my health, which is still a problem. The Tietze's hasn't gone away completely this time. Instead it is sitting there, an intermittent source of low-level pain. My lungs are coping pretty well though, which is better. The sinuses are also improving, but I need to pluck up the courage to go to the hospital so they can take a closer look to see if an operation might help. I also might have a few unpleasant things to face this week, the details of which I can't share at the moment. Just wish me luck please. :-)

May October be a good month for everyone. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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LINDABENEDICT 10/4/2010 10:47AM

    Way to go with your goals ! You are soooo disciplined !!!! I am on a dried bean kick right now, and can attest to the tastiness factor....all types are good as long as you season them and let them soak long enough ! SP has some good recipes.
Here's hoping whatever you have to cope with you manage with your usual grace, optimism and determination !

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CARLA-216 10/4/2010 9:25AM

    Fantastic on those inches lost! Color me jealous. :-) Another successful week you had, Lex!

You're always in my best thoughts, and will especially be so this week, with special wishes that any unpleasant things you have to face come out okay.

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WANDAH3 10/4/2010 7:41AM

    Lexie, you are doing fantastic. Love your dedication. Go to the library and check out the book called "The Secret language of your body" by Inna Segal...it just might have some information in it that you can work with.

Hugs,
Wanda

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CHRISTURTLE 10/4/2010 6:14AM

    You are doing an amazing job Lex. You are moving ahead in leaps and bounds, whether or not you can see it yet. Read your blog, just as if its one written by someone else and think of what you'd be feeling about what you were reading. Try it, ok? Just for me, lol.

Wishing you a week filled with good news. Whatever it is you have to face this week, go in there with your head held high knowing you can handle anything. I was told long ago, after receiving some tragic news and saying I just couldn't handle it, that we are never asked to cope with anything unless we already have the strength of character to handle it, and the only problem is realizing that. If the news isn't what you are wanting to hear, know somewhere deep within yourself there is a hidden strength.

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YOYONOMORE1 10/3/2010 7:18PM

    Lexie great blog and great job, I love the kitty swallowed up in the leaves, and I like your # 5 goal. I am blessed with a working internet this evening, it doesn't take much to make me happy. We have a frost warning for tonight, I know the furnace kicked on more last night then it had been doing, getting to be that time of year. I have a busy day ahead for me tomorrow, oh well, keeps me out of trouble, lol. Have a great week.

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DAWNDMOORE40 10/3/2010 6:05PM

    emoticonjob on setting your goals for the month of October! It sounds like you have set some realistic expectations for yourself and that is always a plus! I say focus on a couple things at a time instead of everything all at once! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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KNITTABLES 10/3/2010 5:58PM

    Great job on the week Lexie. I am sure this month will be a great one too!

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NJMATTICE 10/3/2010 3:17PM

    Nice report and for not being a fan of goals, you spent some time getting those in order. I'm sure you'll have a great month. Squash is one of my favorite vegetable treats. Yesterday I bought squash for my lunch at Whole Foods. "Cinnamon Dusted Butternut Squash" from their "deli" department. Yummy. I brought it home to share with my sweetheart. It was just roasted squash with a little oil and cinnamon and salt. It was a real treat. I look forward to more squash this lovely fall season. Your background color is very squashy. It makes me smile. Have a wonderful Sunday.
Love,
Nancy

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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/3/2010 1:22PM

    Lexie,

Great job on your week and inches lost!!

I love your goals for October they sound like just what you need. Balance is key and I am so pleased for you that you realize that. I am sure you will find a way to keep it all balanced it just takes time as I am learning myself.

I think letting them take a closer look at what is wrong and determining if surgery or other treatment would be of help is a great idea. Sorry to hear you are still struggling with our health. That in and of itself can take a toll on a person. It certainly hasn't touched your wonderful positive attitude...YOU ROCK!!

Whatever unpleasantness you may experience you will manage with dignity, grace and your sunny wonderful attitude. I am sure that everything will turn out just the way it is meant to! Just remember whatever it is it will be good in the end and if it is not good yet, it is NOT the end!

((HUGS))
Rhonda

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CHERIRIDDELL 10/3/2010 12:53PM

    Awesome job on inches lost!I will share with you what the dietician told me (cause I had a close encounter with a lorry I get more medical intervention than your average bear) no pounds lost often means muscle gained which will eventually translate to pounds lost as long as your clothes are fitting better and you are gaining strength all is well!In spite of your medical issues you are consistent and noone can ask for more!Wishes for good luck this week coming your way!hugs,Cheri

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ANNIE924 10/3/2010 12:46PM

    Good job, Lexie. I, like you, keep my goals conservative because I tend to be a perfectionist who gives up if I can't reach a set goal. You are being very consistent, so I know that is why this is working for you. Good going on the loose jeans. emoticon

I'm praying that your health continues to improve. Also that whatever unpleasantness you need to face this week goes well and you come out of it feeling that you did the best you could. emoticon

I love squash. Some of them have very hard skins, but I find if I microwave them for 3-5 minutes (depending on the size) before I try to cut them that they are much easier to handle. Just jab them with a sharp knife several times through the skin and place in the microwave. Let them cool a little bit and then either peel and steam, or my favorite is to cut in half,remove the seeds and gunk, rub canola or olive oil on the cut portions, place sliced side down on a baking pan and bake in the oven until cooked. This could take 30 - 60 minutes depending on the squash. Add a little butter or margarine, salt and pepper when served and it is great. When I have squash I don't need potatoes, rice or any other carbs. I want to try one of the squash soups I've seen on Sparkpeople this week. Stuffed squash is also delicious. emoticon

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BOVEY63 10/3/2010 12:26PM

    I'm going to copy your October goals - they are just what I need to do too.
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You have all the good luck wishes I can send for the upcoming week. Hope everything turns out okay!
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LOVESLIFE48 10/3/2010 12:24PM

    Awesome job on the inches lost!!! Your goals are achievable!!

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52-Week Walking Plan, week 7, day 1.

Sunday, October 03, 2010

Hi everyone! Short and sweet today because I'm all behind like a cow's tail. :-)

Today I did:

CARDIO
52-Week Walking Plan
Week 7, Day 1
15 minute walk

Pedometer Stats:
Pace: 20 minute mile
Calories: 71
Steps: 1777
Time: 0:16:20
Distance: 0.80 miles

20 minutes on Tigger

STRENGTH TRAINING
Rest day

Time to go and sort out my week in review, and my monthly measurements to see how I've done this month.

Blimey! When I said short and sweet, I wasn't kidding! That was the short...

...and this is the sweet...



Catch you later!
Have a good day. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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ZURDTA- 10/3/2010 12:06PM

    Have a great day :)

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    Have a wonderful day!
Love,
Nancy

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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/3/2010 10:22AM

    Short, sweet and to the point! Great job on your exercises. Looking forward to seeing those stats...you had a great month I am sure of it!

Hope you had a wonderful weekend!
Rhonda

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52-Week Walking Plan, week 6, day 7. Silly Saturday Struck!

Saturday, October 02, 2010

Today I did:

CARDIO
52-Week Walking Plan
Week 6, Day 7
35 minute walk.

I did indeed go Beyond The Doughnut, sailing past the front door of Tesco Express without a thought for the goodies within, because I was much more interested in how far I would get this time, being as it was my first 35 minute distance. :-)

Pedometer Stats:
Pace: 20 minute mile
Calories: 158 (new record)
Steps: 3958 (new record)
Time: 0:36:09 (new record)
Distance: 1.78 miles (new record)

STRENGTH TRAINING
Core
Did Day 4 of the Bootcamp videos.
Next week I start building on the basic strength training again. :-)

In between everything else that would normally happen on a Saturday, silliness struck, in the form of my lovely arty neighbour and her day of nothing working for her. Having designated Saturday as the day all my receipts from June to September this year would be in order, it appeared that I was due to be thwarted. First I was called round to help fix one of her fence panels because a couple of the planks fell out during the neighbour's kids tussles with a ball yesterday. David is away on a course, so we women had to deal with the man stuff. LOL I had completed one week of receipts when Anne rang.

Once I got to her house, and we were picking through her nail collection to find ones of suitable length, a neighbour (man) two doors up saw us 'damsels in distress' and insisted on fixing the panels in for us. Anne immediately went into 'helpless swooning female' mode, and I watched with much amusement while holding the pot of nails - which was my entire contribution towards the fixing of the fence panel. *grin*

Then Anne asked if I'd like a cuppa, so I headed with her to the back door, at which point she remembered that she had found two - count them - two dead rats in her back garden! She needed to get rid of them, so we put on some disposable gloves, grabbed a rat each and dealt with it. Good job I don't mind rodents. :-) Mind you, thinking about it, maybe Anne should have done a further swoon and got the chap who fixed the fence to deal with the rats too. She is so good at the act that it would have worked a treat. LOL

So we went in to her home, had a lovely couple of cuppas and a long chat, just the two of us, which is a real rarity, and then I said I should get back because I'd sort of promised myself that I'd get the rest of the receipts straight. As we were saying goodbye on the doorstep I spotted all the cat mess in her gravel at the side of her drive. The local cats treat Anne's gravel as a giant litterbox, and whereas we pet owners are used to dealing with this kind of things even if it hardly thrills us, non pet owners don't exactly relish the chance of getting up close and personal with kitty poop. *grin*

So, I offered to pick it up for her. She muttered and said something about really not being ok about letting me clean the mess up, but I pointed out that it would take me two minutes and save her a lot of aggravation. Then I went to my house to get my scoop bags. I came back out, pulled a bag off the roll and started scooping.

Anne watched squirming with horror for a moment, and then said, "Boy, you must really hate paperwork if you'd rather do this!" I laughed and said, "You'd be amazed what I can find to do rather than facing the paperwork!"

But we both had things to do. She had promised herself to spend some time giving her floors a good clean, and I had that paperwork waiting. So, we went our separate ways. I came in, switched on the computer, did my core exercise video, dashed off a quick email to a friend on Anne's behalf, put on some music and then sat down at the kitchen table. I had completed a week and a half of receipts when the phone rang. It was Anne again. Her hoover had died and could she borrow mine? So I carried it round there for her, had a wee chat about how dead her hoover probably was, and judging by the burnt smell, it seemed pretty dead, then back I came, saying to her that I'd take bets on how many weeks of receipts I'd get through before she brought the hoover back. *grin*

I did a few more weeks, getting into August by the time there was a knock at the door. In she came with the hoover, and we couldn't resist. I put the kettle on and we had another cuppa and a chat for about half an hour before she left to finish off her cleaning spree. By this time it was approaching six pm, and I was determined that unless Anne's cooker blew up I wasn't budging from the table until the last of the receipts had homes to go to! It worked! 7.55pm and I put the last receipt to bed!

A quick cooking of some dinner later, and here I am telling the tale to you guys. :-) I was not really expecting to make it to the computer this evening after all the interruptions, plus Anne lent me a book that I am dying to get stuck into and it is calling me. I might treat myself to an early night tonight so I can have a good read. I promised myself I could start the book if I finished organising the receipts, and I did, so I can! *grin*

So, I'll have a toddle around Spark for a bit, and try and catch up with some of you, and then I'm off.
Hope you are all enjoying the weekend.
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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No, this isn't the book. *grin*





  
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ZURDTA- 10/3/2010 11:40AM

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BOVEY63 10/2/2010 10:16PM

    Sure sounds like a nice break in your plans - always great catching up with friends. And what a sweetheart you are for helping her out like you did - especially the rat!
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TIGGERIFFIC123 10/2/2010 8:59PM

    LOL..I was so amazed to read those receipts are DONE!! You must feel sooo much better now that it is over!

I am just like you and would have found myself doing anything other than the dreaded receipts..lol

Sounds like a fun day catching up with Ann and just enough interruptions to make the paperwork manageable...lol You should get her to teach you the art of swooning...sounds like it could come in handy.

Have a wonderful Sunday!
Rhonda

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CARLA-216 10/2/2010 7:21PM

    Look at all your records with your walk today, Lexie!

You are da woman getting all you got done today, despite trying your best not to. ;-)

I just LOVE that you each treated the other to a cuppa. How I wish I had neighbors like that. :::sigh:::

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KNITTABLES 10/2/2010 6:06PM

    Oh that is so funny. I am the same way with my reciepts, rather be cleaning out the fridge than do the recipts or the bills. congrats on your walking and time on it. You've earned that quiet time reading that book. Enjoy the rest of the evening.

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JHADZHIA 10/2/2010 5:57PM

    Bully for you!! Getting it all done with all the interruptions, and finishing your exercises no less! Congratulations on your longest time and all your records!!
I would say you earned your quiet book reading time! Enjoy!
Hugs,

Linda x

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