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I just don't have it today.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

I just do not have the energy to do this today. I apologize to everyone that it affects. I am so sorry. I feel bad to everyone that I am letting down. emoticon

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SOAPNUT 4/28/2012 11:25AM

    emoticon Hope things look uo for you!
Do what you can when you can!

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MEMORIES7 4/27/2012 12:27PM

    You are HUMAN GIRLFRIEND !!! Hugs, Rose emoticon emoticon

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DIZZYDILLY1 3/26/2012 4:54PM

    That's okay. Some days just need to run their course.

You are not disappointing anyone. We understand.

Sending you a big hug. emoticon

I have enjoyed being your partner for the past 2 weeks. Don't be a stranger.


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MARTI1957 3/26/2012 1:18PM

    YOu have no reason at all to apologize. You have experienced a great emotional rollercoaster. Just rest and take care of you. Know that you are being thought of daily.

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LGAR519 3/26/2012 9:26AM

    Give yourself a break! Get some rest, physically and emotionally.

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RICOCHETBEAR 3/26/2012 12:01AM

    For one thing hon, you have had a lot of emotional upset this past week with the passing of your grandma and then her funeral, and then even more by cleaning out her apartment! Holy smokes woman! Dont go beating yourself up now! Be easy on yourself and let you have some sad time.
You are not expected to be superwoman and pleasing everyone that walks on earth. The most important person is you and then your family, the rest of us are somewhere down the line after that.
You have done terrific. Give yourself a break, be kind to yourself. It will all come right when you are good and ready

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SEATTLE58ANEW 3/25/2012 11:22PM

    Some days we do too much and then other days it doesn't seem like we do enough, so in short, it all balances out! They all work together toward our goal. When we're not doing as much, we could be planning more or encouraging others more or getting caught up on much-needed rest. It all helps us in this journey that we're taking! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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TMCLEOD4 3/25/2012 10:34PM

    First, don't beat yourself up! Everyone has off days. And, I know this is probably too late at night for you to act on, but here it goes.

I felt really tired today and extremely lazy. I spent the morning over at my boyfriend's place. We were supposed to go for a walk, but never did. Then, I needed to grocery shop and get ready for the week ahead. Long story short, it would have been very easy for me to skip my workout today. But, instead, I forced myself out the door. My promise to myself was "I will try at least a mile" and "I will go slow". As usual, once I started, I found that I felt better and picked up the pace. I did 3 miles, I had planned on 5 today, but that's okay.

I find the hardest part is getting started. Sometimes it just takes promising yourself a short workout. 10 minutes. If, after 10 minutes, you still aren't feeling it then at least you did 10 minutes and can be proud of yourself for making an effort.

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CROWLEY123 3/25/2012 8:48PM

    You aren't letting anybody down. We all have slow days, and I for one fully expect to have my share.
You do what you do and you contribute and motivate us on a regular basis.

Everybody gets a day off once in a while. Enjoy it, don't play the guilt game. None needed!

You are an inspiration emoticon

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SETAGOAL1 3/25/2012 8:46PM

    You have not given up on yourself. You now know you are the only one that can make it happen for you.

You have the power to succeed or fail.

You have chosen to succeed.

Few baby steps complete a long journey

Writing is progress!!!

Janet emoticon

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