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66 Blogs for 66 yrs - Day Nine

Friday, February 15, 2013

Today is Feb 14 & day 9 of my 66 Blog commitment for my 66 years. My gratitude for today is that my store is finally coming together. Even though I am not able to be there full time as yet, it is still providing me with a little income, & is challenging my creative juices for decorating & display. So I am suddenly feeling a bit successful as a shop owner!


Day 9 promise to myself is to maintain my 66 blog comittment. Today I am so tired that it would have been easy to say "not today". Yes I am tired, but I will keep doing the best I can to follow through! I need to do this for me, for my health. It was time for me to get a focus on something once again. It may seem minor to some, but for me it is huge! Even if no one reads this or comments on it but me, it is still huge! Plus I am finding a slight bit of "tee hee" at realizing that I get 3 extra spark points for each day that I blog!! One step for today, & one day at a time.


Big Valentine's Day emoticon to everyone & THANK YOU so much for being here!!!

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MARJIJANE 2/15/2014 4:31PM

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PMCOPPI10 2/26/2013 9:52PM

    What happened to the other days?
don't give up this is getting fun.!!!

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SPEEDY143 2/15/2013 10:52PM


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JUSTLLAMA 2/15/2013 2:20AM

    Happy Valentine's Day to you! I think it's great that you pushed past your mental block and blogged anyway. Good for you!

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MARLINDA5 2/15/2013 1:56AM

    How exciting for you - a new store - that will really keep you busy. What kind of a store is it. emoticon

You are doing great in your blogging & nice that you get 3 points each day for blogging.

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