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Day three and I am here even earlier!

Sunday, January 23, 2011

So I did it. After I got off line yesterday I stayed in my chair and acted like a piece of the furniture. Then I had to get up to pee and I thought man it would only take a few seconds to do something that I can post as an exercise and feel better about myself. So I stood up washed my hands and then used the bathroom wall to do a rep of 10 wall push ups. No one could see me and I made it through it and best of all it was a start.

I have also met a few new people who found my blog and left comments on my page as well. I added them and took the time to leave messages back. Although I still feel rather like a lump and am still not moving allot I feel as though I have pulled my head at least partially out of my ass! LOL! My attitude seems to be on the rise. Here's to seeing the sunlight again. Well when the rest of my head emerges. LOL!
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  • RUNNER12COM
    Even more important than the push-ups is your change in attitude. You are making decisions for yourself that are healthy and positive.

    That's all kinds of awesome!

    SDJ
    2144 days ago
  • PEGTIGER
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    I'm so glad you did something. I hope you do it again today!!
    2145 days ago
  • TWYLA053
    Welcome back with the rest of us. I am slowly crawling back on the wagon - after I jumped off and hurt myself!!! You can do it, I can do it and together we all can do it.
    2145 days ago
  • LOZINJST4ME
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  • KIMBERTA99
    That is emoticon that you did 10 wall push ups!!! It is definitley a great start. emoticon
    2146 days ago
  • SUSANS111
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    10 Wall push-ups is an awesome start!

    2146 days ago
  • ANGELSANDYBABY
    Yay!! Glad to hear this! Congrats on the exercise!!
    2146 days ago
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