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    SHERRYGAYL   19,643
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Finally feeling better!

Saturday, December 01, 2012

Wow! It took long enough, but I'm finally getting better! I'm not quite well yet but I'm well on an upswing now! emoticon

Just in time, too, because I was obligated to volunteer this weekend. The horse ranch where my daughter gets equine therapy and that hosts the Special Olympics riders got a generous donation from the mall in exchange for volunteers to greet shoppers at the door and hand out coupon books. I don't go to the mall much but this ranch is a very deserving cause and I'm so grateful to the owner for giving my girl a scholarship so she can ride and the Special Olympics training and show is completely free. So this morning I spent 2.5 hours smiling and saying, "Would you like some coupons today?" And I'm going back tomorrow! And next weekend and the weekend after that emoticon

In other news, I have no clue where I set my pedometer down the other night. I couldn't find it yesterday at all but I know I had it on me on Thursday. I didn't leave the house at all on Thursday so I know it's here somewhere! But I can only make my best guess about my steps today. I'm sure I'm not at 7500 yet but I think if I go for a 1-mile walk I should be about at it.

emoticon Don't underestimate the power of antibiotics when pseudoephedrine fails!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
NFSISTER 12/2/2012 4:18PM

    I think I've gone through 3 pedometers since April. I haven't used one in awhile.

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GAYLE-G-63 12/2/2012 10:46AM


Glad to hear you're feeling better. =)

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    Glad that you're feeling better! Hope your pedometer shows up soon.

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SCRAPPINPOLLY 12/1/2012 8:08PM

    I lost my pedometer too, and when I found it the battery was dead. :(

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