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Eventful day...

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Today was an adventure. I went to the Y this morning and had a successful workout. I was thrilled that I was able to workout again. I spent three hours in the pool swimming walking and jogging and boy did it fill good. Of course breaks were taken in between. It was also nice to see everyone again.

I came out of the Y and had to make a couple of phone calls so I pulled out my phone to find that a friend of mine was in labor! Another new baby. I love babies. I was honored that she allowed me to stay in the room during delivery. 8 lbs 8 oz little girl Darah. It is days like today that make all the others worth while just to get here. I am blessed. Sometimes it is hard to remember that, until moments like this come along to remind you.

Today was a good day.
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  • v ANGRITTER
    YAY for the baby! YAY for you getting your swim on! And YAY that today makes you feel like the others were worth it!

    Keep the happy momentum and hit the Y again tomorrow!
    1278 days ago
  • v WACFIT
    Yay for the moments that make life worth living! Glad you could be there for your friend!
    1278 days ago
  • v MAKULEWAHINE
    That is so cool. What a gift! You are awesome. Yes, it is hard to remember those good days when you are in a funk, but it is so important to try to remember them anyway. It lets you know that there will be many more in the future.

    Enjoy your day. By the way, I belong to a health club here in Olympia and it is so important as a social connection as well as a place to work out. When I am in a funk I just go down there and do whatever.

    Take care.
    1278 days ago
  • v SH9719
    Good days always make you look forward to the next day!
    1278 days ago
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