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Fun Friday

Friday, March 01, 2013

I went to bed on Thursday night around 9:15..I never go to bed that early. But it felt good to sleep until 5:30 am and feel rested. I got up around 6. I puttered, got the dh out the door for work and took Dana dog for a walk(She is doing much better quite perky in fact).

Having already decided to skip Zumba, I did a yoga and abs workout and then had breakfast, After I enjoyed a one mile march with the tv, Then it was off on errands and ending up at a surprise birthday party for a good friend.

Lots of fun and good times...it was a nice change from reality...(some old friends got in touch and that was nice too!!!)

have a wonderful weekend!!! emoticon
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  • v SLIMLILA
    My sleep has been so off lately, I've been feeling exhauste.d.. not a good way to feel... took a relaxing restful day off today.

    I gotta get back into exercising, I mean besides the little walks I usually take each day... Haven't walked with Leslie in a very long time, gotta smarten up.. like my friend Terri, she sets such good examples....
    1214 days ago
  • v LIKINMENOW
    Sounds like you had a relaxing, fun day!! Good for you!
    1215 days ago
  • v NORASPAT
    Having a long sleep at night is so restful. I never can nap, just never can do it. Now I am going ton try to cut back and get to bed earlier HUGS Pat. I am so glad your Friday went well. HUGS Pat xoxoo emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1215 days ago
  • v ANYVAR54
    Hope you weekend is as fun, and congrats on getting some exercise in as well. Changing up our days is sometimes necessary to keep us going.
    1215 days ago
  • v PATSYB7
    Sounds like a great day! Enjoy your weekend! I'm clowning around at a winter carnival today! emoticon
    1216 days ago
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