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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Spring seems to bring along a large number of activities and end of year celebrations. Every weekend this month has had a planned activity from going to a local theater, a birthday party, a garden workshop, a quilt workshop and a retirement party. Add to that a club meeting, weekly TOPS and WW meetings and quilting at church as well as Sunday services. I also gave a class on gardening focusing on recycling. I enjoy doing all these things but it does take up a lot of time and some days my exercise and diet suffer. I manage to get by most days, sometimes by a very slim margin and other days I just have to accept that I messed up and get back to my routine. It does slow down my weight loss though and I am looking forward to the days when the snow finally melts (we are expecting another 6 inches in the next few days) and I can get outside and garden.
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    You are busy. I hope your snow leaves you soon. I am sure we are done now. If only we could banish the winds it would be perfect. :)
    1796 days ago
    Love your blog. You are a busy lady. Losing weight slowly is the way to go!
    Have a wonderful week! Hugs, Nancy
    1796 days ago
    I think we're done with the snow...but the rain is upon us!!!
    1797 days ago
    It is a busy time! Our spring is ahead of yours and I really enjoyed the yard this afternoon. Now, going to do a picture blog about it. Life is good.
    1797 days ago
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    You are really busy. Enjoy the garden
    1797 days ago
    It's great you have so many activities to do, you join in and share your knowledge as well.
    Thanks for sharing today it's lovely to hear about how you spend your time, and slow weight loss is great even though we want it faster!!! :)

    Country Living Team

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    1797 days ago
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