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A new work week begins...

Monday, February 27, 2012

A new work week begins, so far it will be off to an overtime start. I have a mandatory 2hour workshop to attend. Which means that my day will be a long one as it is scheduled to start just about the time that I should be heading home! Oh well...such is life. One of these days I will get to use up some of my overtime and perhaps some of my holiday time! There....now I have whined, it's time to have a good attitude *grin*

We had a busy weekend at our place. The guys ended up not going to friends to watch the race...the race was cancelled due to rain. Instead we had a nice relaxing day at home. Only had to shovel once yesterday, and no more snow fell over night so don't need to shovel this morning.

My positives:
I am back on track with my steps. My goal of a minimum of 10,000 steps a day will stay in place for this week also.
Family and puppy time this past weekend.
Temperatures are supposed to creep back up to being spring like by the weekend.
Blessed with the ability to move my body and give it exercise.
Blessed with family.
I have a new day ahead of me to be open to all sorts of great opportunities.

Have a great and wonderful day...you are in charge of your day.

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    I love your positives. They are so motivating & uplifting! emoticon
    2185 days ago
    Wanda - Are you still counting your steps in your head or did you get a good step counter. I don't like any of the step counters that I have :( Hope you had a great day!
    2185 days ago
    Hope you can get your steps in, sounds like you had a nice weekend. I enjoyed mine now ready to get on with the week. I hope to hear from a trainer this week and get that going. Going to the lab for blood work this morning, then home to clean this apartment. Have a good day, as it sounds like a busy one.

    2186 days ago
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