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I wished I could hug Friday i am so glad you are here!

Friday, November 16, 2012

After yesterday I am so ready for today. My Dad always said, "with the setting of the sun it is the end of the day good or bad. When the sun rises again it is a clean start." Well I was driving to work this morning and ran over a cat. I couldn't miss it. Then I fell out of the car onto the pavement. I am trying to make the most of today but I feel the force is not with me Luke! (Star wars)

Oh well.

The car is at the shop the guy promises it will be done and done right today. I am not holding my breath since I will just turn purple and pass out. But here's hoping.

I kinda blew my eating. Last night I had 2 pieces of pizza, coke and brownie.
For lunch I had chick-fil-a sandwich and tea. I did pull some of the bun off.

Here's for better times.
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    1948 days ago
    IT'S FRIDAY!! Tomorrow is a new day and the start of a new week! Chin up! It'll be okay in the end and if it's not okay then it's not the end!
    1948 days ago
    Sorry for the bad day, but I have to be honest...after I read the words Chik-fil-A you lost me. I began drooling and dreaming. Like LYNSEY723, I wish we had around here since I grew up with them. Forgive me for getting distracted.
    Hope your car gets fixed right and you're not hurt from falling out of the car. Tomorrow's gotta be better, right?! emoticon
    1948 days ago
  • LYNSEY723
    MMmmmmm.... I wish we had Chick-fil-A here! I LOVE their chicken nuggets. They aren't bad calorie wise... but loaded with sodium!

    I'm sorry to hear things are not getting any better for you today. I hope a weekend will allow you a much needed break!
    1948 days ago
    Tomorrow will be better or better yet - the rest of today will be better!
    1948 days ago
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