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Kathy and Floppy-Eared Guest

Tuesday, August 03, 2010


I talk about my spark journey, assisted by a 5 lb. rabbit.
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  • PUCCIOLA08
    Ah! Beebo!!!!! He looks just like my Pucci!! Aww thanks for the shoutout! you are sooooo sweet!! you are super duper cute there, Kathy :) Pucci likes to jump into the bunny litter boxes after i clean them out, as in they are still dirty but have been dumped. I've always gotta watch him because he is so sneaky. He gets SO excited when I clean them, he chins them and binkies all over.

    As for snacks, i mentioned the fruit strips (check the organic section), some nuts are super easy to eat, just wait until the kids are doing a worksheet or something and pop a few in your mouth hehe. string cheese is quick and i bet you could gobble that in your 6 minutes. adding crystal light or lemon/lime juice to water makes it very yummy and easier to drink.

    cant wait to see more vlogs!
    2307 days ago
  • AQUABUNNY
    Maggie-
    I think peanut butter and crackers is a good idea--and I can keep that in my desk pretty easily, too. Yeah, I think the water intake will have to be mostly in the afternoon and evening. Thanks for the advice and thanks for listening to me and Beebo!
    cute kitty cat in your pic!

    Kathy
    2313 days ago
  • MAGGIEH6
    Hi, Bebo and friend! I just wanted to say thanks for the Vblog. I think you're on the right track planning ahead on snacks. You might try a protein/carb snack in the morning 6 minute break.(peanut butter and crackers?) and aim for a heavier liquid intake in the afternoon. My work schedule is the opposite and I have to water load in the morning and at night. Be easy and flexible on yourself at first, until things settle down a bit. You're doing great!
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    2314 days ago
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