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Day 2 -- Feeling Good!

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Interview went well this morning. Thanks for the prayers!! Waiting to hear something hopefully tomorrow. They want to make a decision quickly. Not exactly the pay I was looking for, but keeping an open mind toward everything. I could stay with Mom longer if I need to so I can focus on catching up on my bills/expenses.

After the interview, I went to the Community Wellness Center and did 50 minutes on the treadmill. I pushed myself quite a bit more today, even seeing how long I could go at 5.0 MPH. I lasted 45 seconds, I think. Will try again on Friday. But, I was able to go 5 minutes at 4.0 MPH. Helps to be watching "Let's Make a Deal" while working out.

Tomorrow's exercise will be mowing my Mom's lawn. I need to get to it as early as I can (without having angry neighbors) since it may rain later in the day. Good workout!

Looking forward to seeing what Monday's initial weigh-in shows! (Hopefully they can find me two teammates for the challenge. Can't do it on my own)

Have a wonderful day, all!


emoticon F.R.O.G. (Fully Rely On God!)

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BAMAJAM 4/20/2012 4:55PM

  Best wishes to you on the new job! Perhaps you will see that this decision is just the right one for you. My sweet son said, "Mom, the best prayer is to pray for God's will."
I am sure that your mom is blessed to have you with her, and so blessed to have your loving help. God bless you in every endeavor!

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NELLIEC 4/19/2012 4:28PM

    Sounds like you are doing well. I am glad the interview went well!

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BLUE42DOWN 4/19/2012 12:25PM

    Congrats on the interview! It's always nice to come out feeling it went well. And way to go following that up with a nice workout!

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