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POSEY440
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Spring

Saturday, April 02, 2011

OMG I got up to the weather report stating it will be in the 50's today. The sun is out and I am going out and taking in the sun. It is Saturday and it is about time the weather will cooperate. we had rain last night. I pray it will hold off today so I can get this walk in. I made a nice breakfast for my weekend meal. So I am ready to get at it.

I talked to my sister on skype already this am. I now have my Spark page done for the day so I am all ready to get out and enjoy

. Hope you all are having the same nice day. Till tomorrow See you. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • DOROTHYBERO
    We had sunshine and 50 degree weather yesterday too - bring on more. Congrats on being #1 on the fitness for our team!!
    2001 days ago
  • PLPEEP
    Hopefully the snow is gone for good for this season. We all deserve some sun shine for a change. Our weather is beautiful too.
    2002 days ago
  • MINDFULFILLNESS
    That's so cool you talk with your family on Skype! Hope your day is wonderful and that you enjoy the warmer weather and sunshine.
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    JASMINE
    CO-LEADER / THE DAILY SPARKER

    2002 days ago
  • SHELLEY147
    first of all...love the background!! I'm on the Daffodils Challenge team for Aspire and Inspire group! :)

    Enjoy the warmer weather! It's such a gift to get to go outside and feel the sun shining down....hope we get that here soon :)
    2002 days ago
  • GERIKRAGH
    It's been in the low 80s here. The grandchildren actually jumped in the pool two days ago. Their screams from the cold could be heard for a block, but they enjoyed it.
    2002 days ago
  • PARISTASAI
    love the daffs on your background
    2002 days ago
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