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Recovery week!

Monday, October 08, 2012

This is my recovery week of P90X. Basically it does not include weight lifting or legs and back workouts. I start with yoga today.

I have a dentist appointment on Thursday. My kids had theirs last Wednesday. Our ice maker isn't working. We have two dripping faucets which I will call a plumber today and see if someone can give us an estimate. My mother in law is in the hospital for an intestinal blockage and had surgery for a colostomy. Please keep her in your thoughts if you can. We live in FL and she lives in ME so it's not like we can just take a day off work and be with her. Seems like things happen in threes and it's happening to us AGAIN! Last month we had to get new tires for the van, the elliptical broke and the modem/router died. I thought our string of bad luck was over for a while but it seems like it's come back. I know God never gives us more than we can handle, but at times it seems overwhelming. I just need to BREATHE!

It looks like we 'might' have a little bit of cooler weather this week. It will be in the low 80s and feel like upper 80s to low 90s with the humidity. I am so ready for fall weather, you cannot believe!

Does anybody here go onto Pinterest? Wow, it is very addicting!
Have a great Monday!
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    I'm on Pinterest.>
    Hope all gets better over there for you.
    1989 days ago
    Hang in there, Dolphin. I agree it does feel like everything happens at once. I hope you are done with it now and can enjoy your recovery week and some nice weather.
    1989 days ago
  • NOE1234
    Sending positive thoughts your way! Good luck taking care of your "threes", that is tough when things happen like that! I'm so impressed with your P90X dedication emoticon !
    I know what you mean about Pinterest, I'm over there too!

    A great Monday to you as well!
    1990 days ago
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