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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

I finally completed my new updated bucket list yesterday and I posted it in a blog.
Tina...mines done now and I'm sharing it. It is enjoyable to read others bucket lists to see once again how much we all have in common.

Only managed to get 55 minutes of free step in on the Wii last evening before I got interrupted. But that's okay, it was only 5 minutes short of my goal of 60 minutes. Today I will attempt to make up for it!

Everytime I turn on the news, I'm in awe of what is happening in our weather patterns. Usually we are the ones that are getting the dumps of snow, this year, although we have lots, it's not been major dumps all at once. We have been having a relatively mild winter temperature wise also. Maybe we are becoming the "new" south!!!

My positives:
If I can take Friday off from work, I'll have a four day weekend! It's Family Day on Monday, so we are closed.
I'm settling into a great routine for my exercise.
My clothes are looser.
My arms feel more toned once again.
I am open to receiving what ever blessings God brings my way today.

Have an awesome day, keep on creating your own positive reality.

Hugs,
Wanda
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  • v JOHNTJ1
    I ran into a pizza delivery man in the elevator last night. He was bemoaning the snow and sleet and stuff and I looked at him and said "It's winter, it's supposed to snow." He looked at me like I was a genius.

    I have an 84 year old friend who gets up every morning at 3:00 AM and opens the local YMCA at 5:00 AM. Every morning I ask him how he is doing and his response is always the same. "Any day above ground is a good day." I am trying really hard to live that in my life and I know winter brings snow, but gosh some days its a real test.

    Have a good one
    2358 days ago
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