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Friday, April 19, 2013

It's Friday! Whoo hoo! To follow up on my last blog: I raked about half of the yard over spring vacation before the rains came, and I've been fairly successful at increasing my workout time every couple of days. However, I still haven't gotten back on my stationary bike; my aerobic workouts have been a combination of walking and chopping wood. :) I love having something completed to show for my efforts.

I'm still struggling with eating within my calorie range. On the days where I do hit the mark, though, I shout it from the mountain tops! Sadly, those days are still few and far between.

At the request of one of my best friends, I recently received my ordination from an online agency to perform marriage ceremonies in the state of Idaho. As someone who has never been married and who doesn't enjoy formal social situations, I'm enjoying the irony. I will be performing my first wedding ceremony next week, "sealing the deal" between my friend's daughter and her wonderful fiance: Sarah and Brian. I'm really looking forward to the reception after my official duties are done. ;) Please, there's no need to refer to me as Reverend Karen! ;)


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
PCOH051610 4/26/2013 8:43PM

    Dear Rev,


emoticon together!



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AMANDILANE 4/22/2013 3:46PM

    I think that sometimes yard work and exercise that is "out of the norm" is a better workout anyway! Congratulations on your ordination!

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2ABBYNORMAL 4/21/2013 10:57PM

    Wow, performing marriage ceremonies, awesome!

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MOM2ACAT 4/19/2013 6:21PM

    Yard work and wood chopping are great workouts too!

Congrats on your ordination!

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ROOTIHAUSMAN 4/19/2013 5:45PM

    Friday! WooHoo! Have a great weekend!

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