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Monday, March 29, 2010

The kids were a part of the church service, they lead the Palms procession and played insturments during the service. They had to be at both services, but were able to leave when they were finished with the 2nd service. So between services, they had a breakfast, and after breakfast, I decided to go for a walk. It was a little over 2 miles, and I did it in 34 min! Woohoo! I got back to the church by the time the kids were done with the 2nd sevice.

Afterward, we went home, and I went back to bed, LOL! Got up around 3, and then we went out to eat. Then to bowling. I didn't do really good, but we still had fun!

My computer at home is acting up, so I have been running scans to figure out why. I am going to back it up and then start messing with it to see if I can get it to run better. Thank goodness, I can access Sparks at work!

Have a great week all!
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    That is so awesome! You must be so proud of them and yourself!!
    2397 days ago
  • JOY0921
    2397 days ago
    You must be so proud of your kids for playing instruments during service. Good for you for looking for opportunities to get some exercise! You got a lot accomplished in 34 minutes. I'm glad you were able to take a nap to get some much needed rest. I know you work hard, so you definitely deserved it. emoticon

    Sorry your computer is acting up. I hope you'll get it to run more smoothly soon. Have a terrific Tuesday!
    2397 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    I believe I would have done things differently. I would have stayed in the service and shared in what the kids did, and than taken them with me for a walk afterwards. Why? Because that was an opportunty which may only come once. God Bless, Vic.
    2398 days ago
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