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50 Life Lessons for 50 Years of Living!

Thursday, May 31, 2012

1. Live life each day like it could be your last! (accidents happen!)
2. Start your day doing something you love -it gets the ball rolling for a positive day!
3. Don't worry about the future -you can't predict it.
4. Practice forgiveness -holding a grudge just builds anxiety and ulcers.
5. Declutter -the unessential junk in your life prevents you from seeing clearly.
6. To improve your performance stop thinking about it, it will come when you are ready.
7. Laugh every day, it really is the best medicine
8. See the world through a child's eyes -never lose that wonderment -its an amazing world!
9. Take a risk -do something you never have done before -it challenges you to improve.
10. Step out side the box -do something unexpected.
11. Spend a part of your day quietly -away from the electronics, everything -destress, relax, meditate, connect with a higher power what ever it takes to totally be free of worry.
12. Accept that life isn't a bowl of cherries and move on.
13. Face problems head on, they aren't going away.
14. Honesty really is the best policy -not only with loved ones and friends but with YOURSELF!
15. Be a good listener -sometimes that is all one needs..
16. Maintain your perspective are your troubles really world ending?
17. Keep a journal or blog -it keeps you accountable and illustrates the track you are on.
18. Forget the past -its done and over, and crying over it won't change anything.
19, To make the most of time, lose track of it. Get it done, and stop watching the clock!
20. Do the nastiest chore first, get it over with and the rest will come easier.
21. Exercise in the morning before the excuses and life builds up during the day.
22. You don't know everything. Forgive yourself for being wrong and learn from mistakes.
23. Love yourself -you are worth it and deserve respect.
24. No deprivation -you can have anything you want in moderation.
25. Connect with nature -getting somewhere green and quiet is very calming.
26. Volunteer -make a difference, makes you feel good too.
27. Pay it forward -help a stranger, the world needs more kindness.
28. Cherish your parents -they may die before you get a chance to say you love them
29. You are never too busy for a hug.
30. That which doesn't kill you will make you stronger.
31. There is always something you can do even if you are disabled.
32. Pain really does ease up when you exercise more.
33. Make a living will -if you don't want to be resuscitated then make sure everyone knows it.
34. Save a life -donate blood or be an organ donor.
35. The sun will also rise again tomorrow.
36. Never be afraid to ask. Its not about looking stupid, just learning and saving trial and error.
37. Elderly people are full of wisdom, cherish them, don't ignore them.
38. Eat 9-13 servings of freggies a day -low calories and not much room for anything else :)
39. If its in the house, you will eat it -make it a junk free zone.
40. Start small, gradually work your way up, its the best way to form a habit.
41. Set a regular bedtime and never deviate -sleep is SO important.
42. Be active throughout the day -it makes coping with chronic pain easier as you stay loose.
43. A bad diagnosis isn't the end, its a new beginning of a new chapter of life.
44. Smile -it brightens everyone's day.
45. Never be too proud to ask for help -there is no reason to suffer in silence.
46. Be knowledgeable and informed about your health issues -YOU lead your health care team! Never be afraid to get a second opinion.
47. Learn from your mistakes and become stronger. NEVER, EVER GIVE UP!
48. Strength training is important it helps prevent osteoporosis.
49. Walk more instead of riding around -you see more and can enjoy the neighbour's yards :)
50. Do one fun thing everyday -ENJOY LIFE! You only have one shot at it!
Happy 50th to me!
Peace, Live Long and Prosper!

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LUNADRAGON 6/16/2012 1:27PM

    Happy Belated 50th birthday!
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SILLYHP1953 6/13/2012 2:04PM

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Did you write those words of wisdom? They were quite insightful.

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ENUFF81020 6/11/2012 10:27PM

    There's a lot of wisdom in your half a century, my friend. I guess I should add 6 things to make us "even" but you took all of the good ones, (Ha Ha)
Thanks for this gift to us on your birthday!!
Gentle hugs,

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 6/4/2012 2:25AM

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Happy belated 50th birthday, Linda!!!!!! I hope your special day was as special as you are!!!
50 Life Lessons for 50 Years of Living! What a super list!!!

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KALIGIRL 6/2/2012 8:19AM

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BTRTHANEVA 6/2/2012 7:03AM

    Talk about being a day late... while you were celebrating your 50th ~ I was helping celebrate my husband's 60th!


In tribute to you and this wonderful list, I'm copying it and sending it to everyone who matters in my life... Isn't it ironic that on YOUR birthday, you're still giving inspirational gifts to all of us!!! Time to pay this one forward!!!

Love you!

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CRYSTALJEM 6/1/2012 12:39AM

    Your list is great. I intend to keep it handy. My friend used to tell me that "the only way to predict the future is to create it." May you enjoy each and every part of it. CJ

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LUVSBULLDOGS 6/1/2012 12:18AM

    Happy Birthday, Linda, and many more. We love you and your great blogs.

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POSITIVELY_EB 5/31/2012 9:52PM

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JUNEAU2010 5/31/2012 8:03PM

    emoticon Happy birthday, Linda!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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JUDITHWITHROW 5/31/2012 7:58PM

    Saw the title and knew I wanted to read it! Very insightful! Thanks for sharing your wisdom.

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DORCAS9 5/31/2012 7:16PM

    Happy 50th Birthday, Linda! emoticonI love those 50 Life Lessons, they are so full of wisdom, in fact I am going to save them to follow too!! emoticon emoticon
Have a lovely day & may this coming year be all you hope it to be!

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WATERMELLEN 5/31/2012 7:06PM

    Yay fifty!! And those are fifty nifty tips, absolutely . . . that pretty much define what makes YOU such an outstanding exemplar of the niftiness of fiftiness, because you live 'em, yes you do!

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LEXIE63 5/31/2012 6:39PM

    Happy Birthday!

I'm not suggesting 50 is elderly, this joke just ticked me. :-)

Two elderly women were eating breakfast in a restaurant one morning.
Ethel noticed something funny about Mable's ear and said,
"Mable, did you know you've got a suppository in your left ear?"

Mable answered, "I have? A suppository?"
She pulled it out and stared at it.

Then she said, "Ethel, I'm glad you saw this thing.
Now I think I know where my hearing aid is."

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DEDICATED2HIM 5/31/2012 4:44PM

    Thanks for the great advice Linda. And what a great idea to do for your 50th birthday...I may steal your idea :)

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SUNNYARIZONA 5/31/2012 3:54PM

    THAT IS A POSITIVE OUT LOOK ON YOUR 50TH. I had no problem turning 50, or 60, ha!!! YOU GO GIRL!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LINDAKAY228 5/31/2012 2:16PM

    Loved it!

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GIANTPANDA 5/31/2012 1:40PM

    emoticon Great advice! I learned one of those lessons for swimming in a rip current--never, ever give up! emoticon Happy Birthday!

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BAILEYS7OF9 5/31/2012 11:54AM

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Saturday's Sweat & Sloth :P

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Started out my morning 'resting' in, may have gotten four hours sleep, good for me, with the usual wake ups. Then it was breakfast and slathering the Volteran on like it was lotion, and off to Zumba and kickboxing! Enjoyed myself and even the ride there and back wasn't so bad. Then I went to the grocery store to pick a pepper and get my Humira. Then it was back home to put the Humira in the fridge and back out again to a specialty confectionery that sells splints. I got one for my left hand, wrist and thumb. Its stiffer then I would like, wanted something a bit more flexible, but its great support. Not sure if its too stiff for me to exercise in though :( I can't grip anything with it..Then a shower and picking out a nice outfit for the evening. It was a small turnout for our Awards Night, with only 18.5. But they were really happy with how well the steaks were done and tasted. The guys doing the cooking were experts -they took a giant beef tenderloin and managed to slice it all up to get their steaks at a much better cost then buying them already cut!
I enjoyed my baked beans, 1/2 a baked potato with real butter, ceasar salad and Costco buttercream icing cake -there was white and chocolate, so big sinner that I am, had both, and corner pieces to boot. Total damage for the day 4200 calories!! Looks like there will be more workouts in my future -some of those awesome threesomes ;)
Its been a fairly quiet game and I feel bloated like a stuffed turkey. I should know better. Oh well. I don't sleep well anyway. Doubt this will all be digested by the time its bedtime. I ate 142 fat grams for the day, that will slow everything down :P
I hope you all did better with your long weekend holiday!!!
Have a Super Sunday!

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 6/1/2012 7:52PM

    I have never been to a Costco...don't think we have any in our area. I know those calories would never dare stick around you long. You will just go kickin' them out the door!!! Glad you enjoyed a great day. The cakes sound delicious also.

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CATIATM 5/29/2012 6:19PM

    I've never been to Costco, but you're about the fourth Sparker who has mentioned it having tasty food. ... I wonder if that should be an inducement to find one -- or a cautionary tale to avoid them! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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THJORA 5/29/2012 4:52PM

    Costco cake is my favorite!!! And fresh cut steaks . . .YUM!!! Boy, you don't do anything half way, do you??? Sounds like a great day. And I concur with everyone else - I'm sure you'll have the calories burned off in no time!!

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ENUFF81020 5/28/2012 8:09PM

    Hi Linda,
Yep, I'm alive and well and havedn't forgotten how to spark--just been busier than busy. I am learning that the way I fall asleep is to wait until last to spark and I will inevitably fall asleep with the laptop in my lap. My husband comes and gently slides it away, knowing that anytime I can get sleep that I need to get it. I have missed a lot of sparking that way, but my days have been hectic...
I had a nice corner piece of cake at a retirement gathering and I couldn't eat it all--I tossed hapf of it and most of the icing in the trash. I don't know what has gotten in me lately because I used to go for that with the best of them. I felt awfully guilty though--I still haven't learned how to be good about pitching food.
I wish your awards program had had a better turn out, I know how important this team is for you and what you enjoy doing. I am tickled that you got the best out of it and enjoyed the people who did attend.
Take care and I hope to get back on schedule for sparking after school is "over." I am so glad that you still take time to reach out to me when using the computer is the ordeal it is for you. I haven't been able to keep up with my spark friends and have lost track of many of them--but you are such a good friend and are always there.
Gentle hugs,

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JUDITHWITHROW 5/27/2012 10:35PM

    Sounds like you enjoyed the awards night. My uncle used to slice his own steaks too. Since you don't often splurge, I know you'll work off those extra calories..smile.

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SUNNYARIZONA 5/27/2012 9:52PM

    Good heavens 142 grams of fat?! MY GOODNESS! And 4200 calories...well, they do say, we can have 1 splurge day a week! Guess that was yours! Doubt it will really affect the weight though, not the way you work out! ha...

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ONEKIDSMOM 5/27/2012 7:12PM

    I don't know about you, but sometimes when I overeat I sleep BETTER! Hope this turns out to be the case. Glad you enjoyed it!

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WATERMELLEN 5/27/2012 6:33PM

    Corner pieces!! I'm in your corner, Linda: if I'm gonna eat cake it'll be corner pieces every time I can . . . one of each, please, chocolate AND vanilla!!

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POSITIVELY_EB 5/27/2012 2:32PM

    Oh, yum! Butter cream and corner pieces - my favs!!!! Glad you enjoyed them!


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HIKETOHEIGHTS 5/27/2012 10:07AM

    I think I am under your spell. Whatever you write you end up being my hero. Corner pieces and two of them, sounds like ME! Corner pieces are the best, if you are gonna do it do it right! emoticon

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LYNDALOVES2HIKE 5/27/2012 9:32AM

    Sounds like a great time, in spite of the extra calories - and once-in-awhile, I don't think eating like that is a huge problem - just don't do it every day!

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JUNEAU2010 5/27/2012 9:26AM

    Kickboxing looks like fun - I wish I had the balance to do it! Sounds as if the evening was fun and the food was good. You did not share what you wore - you mentioned a few blogs ago something about a concern about having more dressy clothes that fit right. Have a fabulous Sunday!

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LUVSBULLDOGS 5/26/2012 11:04PM

    Well, as the doctor told my husband, if you're going to eat it, enjoy it a lot. It sounds like you did.

Glad you had a good day.

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Friday's Fare

Saturday, May 26, 2012

I woke up too early as usual, went to sleep for an hour more, but got up and took my Fosomax. I would have been up early enough to go to the bootcamp class, but after the three classes yesterday, I gave my head a shake, what was I thinking. I needed some recovery time. So I took my medicine, Sparked, had breakfast, Sparked some more, then went right back to bed and woke up in time for lunch preparations. I could feel my muscles today in certain moves, but was quite happy the left arm wasn't any worse. Then off to bridge where my partner and I came second. Then it was back home and I just had time to change and get ready for a Step II class. I had a little difficulty understanding and hearing this instructor properly. Then I finally figured out why. Instead of calling out each upcoming move clearly, she was condensing them into sort of one word. But after seeing the routine a couple of times, I did figure it out. It was run at a fast speed so I could understand why it was done this way. It does keep you guessing when the various instructors all do different steps and patterns..
Tomorrow morning its Zumba and kickboxing, then running the Awards Night at the club.
Enjoy your weekend!

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 6/1/2012 7:26PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon on your great workouts. Your great work always inspire me!!! I love reading your blogs even if I don't get to the right away!!!

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KNITTABLES 5/26/2012 8:52PM

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WATERMELLEN 5/26/2012 8:17PM

    You stay busy AND fit! I thought your comments on that obesity school video were so insightful . . . people get desperate. I expect most parents must be financing it by mortgaging their homes or using retirement savings . . .

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LYNDALOVES2HIKE 5/26/2012 5:14PM

    Once again, you continue to amaze and inspire me!!

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JUNEAU2010 5/26/2012 1:55PM

    Good for you for taking the rest and congrats on the great bridge game!

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SLENDERELLA61 5/26/2012 11:06AM

    I admire all you are doing! Yes, don't forget that recovery time. It is important, too. Second in bridge shows you are using the brain as well. Good, good! -Marsha

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POSITIVELY_EB 5/26/2012 9:50AM

    emoticon for coming in second!!! That's the way to do it!!


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SUNNYARIZONA 5/26/2012 1:53AM

    Thanks Linda for the goodie!!!
You are so busy as always, takes my breath away! ha...

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LUVSBULLDOGS 5/26/2012 12:32AM

    You definately stay busy, gf. Have a great weekend.

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LINDA! 5/26/2012 12:10AM

    Wow! You do have a very busy weekend ahead. Enjoy!

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GIANTPANDA 5/26/2012 12:09AM

    Congrats on those bootcamp moves and all those amazing workouts! Have an awesome weekend! emoticon

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Terrific Trifecta!!

Friday, May 25, 2012

The morning started out tough, with a very cold and very windy ride to Zumba. Once there, I just had fun and a challenge as Glenn ran the class fast :) This is why I like him so much as an instructor -always pushes you to try more, work harder!
Then it was home and I was trying to finish my lunch when Mom knocked on the door and it was a trip to Costco :) For me a light trip -only bought blueberries and saw Kettle brand had put out my favorite chips Sea Salt & Fresh Ground Black Pepper in a reduced fat version, well just had to try them!!
Back home and scrambled to get some club work done. Ran out of printer ink. My refill did not work, so off to the store, came back and the replacement didn't work either!! In frustration, I asked why not take the chip from the old one as I know its working. Then she realized she gave me the WRONG ONE! Actually, the person who had given me my refill also had given me the wrong one! GRRR. More time wasters!! Then it was off to a back to back class with Glenn -his tough circuit training one and his step. I found I was able to do everything except, of course, the planks -did them on the wall and the donkey kicks, which I modified to one leg at a time. It felt so good to move and get 180 fitness minutes in!! The hot tub was just what I needed after all that. I did have to take a painkiller (6mg dilaudid) to get past the pain in my left arm and it did a good job of keeping it at bay. I came home in a beautiful, calm evening and immediately vacuumed up the mess from all the wind and crap my scooter tracked in. Then I scrubbed up the scooter too. Had a very late dinner -10:30-11:15 pm and realize I probably will be unable to make the 6 am bootcamp class tomorrow morning I was interested as I have to get up even earlier to take my Fosomax and sit quietly for an hour. Insomniac that I am, that is too much even for me. I do have a bridge game tomorrow as someone cancelled on one of my favorites, Mary and she asked me..
Good night and have a Fantastic Friday all!

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SILLYHP1953 6/13/2012 1:57PM

    I hope you didn't have to pay for those wrong ink cartridges, either. Hope the pain gets manageable soon.

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 6/1/2012 7:22PM

    What a wild and crazy day for you. Sure hope they replaced both your ink cartridges for you. Glad you had a great day!!!

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  Wow, what a day. You're awesome!

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JUNEAU2010 5/25/2012 10:18PM

    Quite an active day! Woohoo!

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JUDITHWITHROW 5/25/2012 8:26PM

    Glad you got the printer ink all straightened out. Never fun going to all that extra trouble.

Blueberries sound good. We always look forward to picking blueberries here at the local farms. They are so cheap and delicious. I've thought about planting a bush but not sure I really have the room. May give it a try anyway.

Great job on all your fitness!

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KNITTABLES 5/25/2012 4:52PM

    What a busy person you are. I hope you get your rest. Hugs for a good day.

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1BEACHWALKER 5/25/2012 4:14PM

    You are such an inspiration with that exercise! Everytime I read your blogs, I get up and exercise a bit more! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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POSITIVELY_EB 5/25/2012 1:54PM

    Sounds like you certainly DID get your exercise in yesterday!!! LOL!


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LUVSBULLDOGS 5/25/2012 1:47PM

    Over all it sound like a great day. Glad you had good exercise sessions.

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LYNDALOVES2HIKE 5/25/2012 10:56AM

    I don't know why I keep getting UNsubscribed from your blogs but sorry I've been MIA as far as posting - too busy to figure out what I've been missing but trying to get caught up now - as usual, you are an awesome inspiration for me!

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Thursday, May 24, 2012

I did an hour of intervals on the elliptical to jump start my morning. I got my Humira injection and asked the nurse practitioner to look at the lump on the back of my neck just in my hair. I had had this strange bump on the middle of my head grow, last a week and then finally go down and thought this may be another of those. Turned out it was a TICK! She got it out easily, along with a few of my hairs :P It wasn't bloated, so it had just attached. Wondering where the heck it came from, as I go through no bush or grass in the little concrete jungle where I live!
Then I was off to bridge and the partner I will be playing bridge with in the tournament and I had a second placing. So far, we have had nothing but good games, so it looks like we are peaking at the right time!!!
Back home and getting ready to go to my classes. As the temperature was going down to 2 C (36F), I had to dress for rain AND cold. So back out came the old parka.
Thoroughly enjoyed my classes and the wonderful, soreness saving hot tub after :)
I came home to a smoke flooded apartment and opened my door and window wide, and fortunately, the air suctioned through, clearing it quickly. But I can't have my door hanging open all night, but will keep it there until I hit the sack. At least with the rain I won't get all the dirt blown in. One good thing with all the rain and wind, everything from the trees has blown down to the ground so pollen shouldn't be a problem. The streets and sidewalks are a big mess though.
I have today and Friday off from bridge, then I work the Awards Night at the club Saturday.
Big sweet temptation -Costco's incredible butter cream icing cake!!
Have a Totally Terrific Thursday all! Zumba for my morning and step for my evening :))

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 6/1/2012 7:16PM

    So glad that you were able to clear that smoke out quickly and that the nurse discovered and removed that tick!!! I hate ticks!!!

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REJ7777 5/25/2012 12:35AM

    What a happy coincidence that you asked the nurse to examine the lump on your neck, and that she was able to remove what turned out to be a tick. Good riddance!

Glad things went well at bridge and that you were able to enjoy the hot tub after your workout.

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LUVSBULLDOGS 5/24/2012 11:39PM

    Glad you mentioned the bump to the PA. Odd.

Great workouts.

Something should be done about the smoke. Where does it come from?

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SUNNYARIZONA 5/24/2012 11:19PM

    Hope that tick was not a bad one! Odd place for it to attach to boot. You trek along the river, where wild animals frey....which leaves a possibility of those little bugs! My dog used to get them all along his ears. I would have to pick them off EVERYDAY. Live in the dirt I guess.

Good heavens, temps of 36?! Guess you could use a share of my 105?!

Linda, for all the workout you get, do NOT feel the least guilty about that butter cream icing cake....It wouldn't DARE attach to your bum!

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POSITIVELY_EB 5/24/2012 6:26PM

    Glad you have a partner that works well with you! Keep on peaking!!! LOL!


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GIANTPANDA 5/24/2012 5:54PM

    So glad the nurse found the tick! DC has had a lot of PSAs about the danger of cigarette smoke from one apartment to the next, and I think of what you are going through. I am using a hepa filter to help with the fumes from the cleaning products, paint, etc. but it isn't comforting to think how smoke can travel and affect one's health!

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CRYSTALJEM 5/24/2012 5:20PM

    We've got ticks everywhere this year. It's the only good thing bout the rain and cool is that it's slowed them down a little bit. Our dog shaggy is dealing with a skin infection I'm pretty sure came from scratching at ticks. Have a great day Linda.

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KNITTABLES 5/24/2012 3:37PM

    Enjoy your days off. emoticon

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LINDAKAY228 5/24/2012 2:13PM

    I'm glad the tick was found before it was engorged! I have to laugh at your posts about the cold weather and rain when here in southern nm it's in the mid to upper 80's and dry as a bone with wildfires burning not too far away and smoke blowing our direction at times from them. I would so love to have some rain right now! You would probably love to have the warmer temps though.
Have a great day!

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LINDA! 5/24/2012 12:35PM

    I worry about ticks since I am outdoors so often. I am happy that yours was detected with no problem. Have a wonderful day!

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JUDITHWITHROW 5/24/2012 9:48AM

    Well I'm glad the nurse discovered the tick!

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