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what an enjoyable morning?

Thursday, December 13, 2012

emoticon ahh the sun is out - deceiving me... I bet it is still in the 20s - brrrr. Still enjoying its rays as they light my living room ... well my home.

It has been an enjoyable morning. I visited my friends and a few groups. I am totally motivated after reading all the blogs and status updates. I wish I could go to work a little late so I can get up and work out first. I hope to come home and remain motivated.

So, anyone with a teenager out there? Mine is driving me crazy lately. Thinks she can do as she pleases when she wants. I am not home a lot due to working two jobs. Guess what I blocked her phone. She can only call or text her grandparents or me. Start doing what you are supposed to and all will be well again little one.

Well, I need to get going. Have to go to work.
Have a happy day! emoticon

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
PEANUTSMOM96 12/14/2012 7:58AM

    OH thank you Autumn_Princess - I thought I was the only one. I try to focus on the good points but lately it is getting so difficult to find them. I love her but don't like her much. I've been told that is ok but I don't know, seems wrong somehow.

emoticon to you and and me and anyone else with a teenager.

@RAYLIENET - thank you, I hope you had an enjoyable day!

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BEAUTIFUL_REINA 12/13/2012 3:41PM

    I have two and most of the time I love them and a lot of the time they SUCK. One turns 18 next September and I am planning to move him into the college dorms the following January assuming he has his GPA straightened out. The other one I just keep struggling thru it, cause he's only 14 and I have years to go. =)

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RAYLIENET 12/13/2012 11:02AM

    Hope you have a great day!

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