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Today's Small Victories

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Today I managed to do a Difficult Sudoku. Took me forever and at one point I was starting to get frustrated so rather than give up I took a 10 minute break to refresh my brain and had breakfast. After breakfast and dishes were done, I went back to it with a fresh eye. With that it only took me 15 minutes to finish it. All together took me about 35 minutes- slow I know!

When it came to my workout I did 3.35 miles in 55 minutes at about a 3.5-3.7 pace. I felt so good afterwards!

Today is also the day when the choir is restarting. I'm so excited! Summer was so long I missed all my choir friends and singing as a group. Can't wait till 7:30- only 45 minutes to go :)
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  • v CALIDREAMER76
    Perseverance is what it's all about, if you can do it with Suduko, you can do it with a healthy lifestyle, with school, with your health!
    Hope you had a great time in Choir! We need to have the fun things in life to balance all the rest out!
    Have an awesome weekend!
    1402 days ago
  • v KADULAC
    I'm glad you're having a good day.
    1403 days ago
  • v BOGUSANNIE
    great perseverance!!! emoticon
    1403 days ago
  • v CELLOPLAYER1
    I know what you mean about being in a group. I play in a community orchestra that started rehearsals a few weeks ago. It was so much fun to see everyone. I also play in a quartet so I have been playing all summer but not in a big group.
    1403 days ago
  • v 15LOVEHARRY
    Sometimes to finish, one must take a break and come back to it. You are having a blessed day.
    1403 days ago
  • v DIET_FRIEND
    Nice that you exercise your mind AND body!
    1403 days ago
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