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Thursday, January 10, 2013

It has been an exhausting year. (see previous blogs.) I was too tired after work to even consider doing anything but getting home to rest.
My work-out time has suffered greatly. I've only gotten to the Fitness Cr at the JCC twice this year. (Usually, I go 3 - 4 x / wk.) Hopefully, my PT will understand and go a little easy on me tomorrow.
My priority was the multiple ill family members and being at the hospital when possible.

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TWEETYKC00 1/11/2013 7:01PM

    Get your rest dear. Hugs.

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LINDA! 1/11/2013 5:14PM

    You have had a really rough time with the many that have been ill. I am happy that some are doing better. I hope you can get free time soon and you can enjoy doing what you enjoy.

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PICKIE98 1/11/2013 3:39PM

    Just like at the beginning, baby steps back to your routine. You were there for family when it was needed and now it can be back to our time..
P.S. DD(Tweetykc) says thank you for the soup! She feels better today..

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EDWARDS1411 1/10/2013 10:39PM

    Now that all the illnesses have settled a bit perhaps you can find some more time for you - exercise will help relieve some of the tremendous stress you've been under!

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1BEACHWALKER 1/10/2013 10:36PM

    You poor thing, I read your previous blogs and that is just terrible all that are ill and at the same time!!! Sorry some are still not well or still in the hospital. I hope all works out for the best and you get some much needed rest.
I have read it takes 2 weeks to lose any momentum you gained from regular workouts, so don't worry, you are fine. Your PT will understand too, I'm sure. Hang in there!! Take care.... emoticon

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