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Yet Another Kick Start

Wednesday, May 04, 2011


How many times do you have to kick-start a mule? As often as necessary, I guess!
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  • v AELARLEE1
    Good luck on the goal!
    1891 days ago
  • v SPAM1977
    Keep up the hard work! I encourage you to go for the 5k--they are usually pretty easy to find...it helps me stay motivated when I keep concrete goals. Peace and blessings, Todd
    1906 days ago
  • v SILLYHP1953
    I make challenges and then ignore or forget them. At least I'm getting out in the yard doing gardening stuff. You're doing great!
    1910 days ago
  • v NEWNECK
    I really enjoy your video blogs. Thanks for sharing!
    1911 days ago
  • v REDSHOES2011
    You got to get into sparks people recipes and find some yummy recipes to keep motivated..
    1911 days ago
  • v JSPEED4
    It IS like a miracle when Spring starts warming the Earth again.
    I like 2000 calorie days. I don't do them more than three times a month, though, nowadays. Thanks for your video blog.
    1911 days ago
  • v JUSTBIRDY
    enjoy your spring!
    1911 days ago
  • v REVJVH
    I recorded this post early in the morning and did everything to upload it except click "Post this blog," so it didn't go up until hours later!
    1911 days ago
  • v DANCINGGARDENER
    Oh, rebellious one! I am right there with you. Spring is a time for wild-hair radishes and vinegar rebellion! Luckily it is also the time of bike rides and C25k! It is practically 60 now that it is afternoon and I am drunk with devil-may-care!!!
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    I know it is so very hard to get back on that horse of clean eating and intentional movement but how can you not feel amazingly healthy and hale in weather like this!?!
    1911 days ago
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