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ucdeufobal..... updates and good news. :D

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

This month has been ups and downs like crazy. It's been storming a lot lately! D= I have not been eating as well as I would like to. There's been a lot of stress here. Also, my motivation for working out has been next to none. I really have no idea what's going on with me. I want to lose weight but I'm finding it really hard to stay motivated. D=

I'm going to start trying to wake up at 5:30 every morning, to eat a little breakfast, stretch and then go running around 6 when the sun is coming up. A time of day that isn't too dark or too bright (and hot!) Hopefully, it'll do me some good!!

Beside feeling fat and frumpy, I do have good news! I had a job interview Friday at Wal Mart, I talked to two people and tomorrow I have a job offer interview.

Anyways, the disaster that happened in Oklahoma really had me worried. I feel bad for people there, and I have friends who live there. I've known these people for over ten years and I was really worried about them. But they are doing fine. One friend saw the tornado touch down. Her sister says that the power lines were out near where she lived but no major losses. But I do feel the loss for those that got the worse end of the deal :(
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NOLAZYBUTT110 5/31/2013 5:14PM

    I have a friend who saw the Tornado touched down and she said it was right near her property line but she survived it! I get worried every time they have one near her or the state my siblings live is in the same general line of Tornados and being they all lives in Tornado valley we get scared but they said they are used to it. And the last time they were without electricty and had some flooding near her. It knocked down all her trees near her ranch, but spared her home, but they had to deal with the loss of electrcity, but she said she got to have all her grandchildren close to ehr and they made the best of it and had "picnic" and the kids had no school and they ahd a ball! (Sounds like what we did the year we ahd a Blizzard! But she said this was the worst shes ever witnessed! So many lost their homes. My heart goes out to them, for I saw what my nephew went thru when he was living in Missouri when they were struck. (He still is without a permanent job! And living from day to day, and its been a few years! Some have a hard time of recovering and dealing with the fallout after such events. My nephew does nto liek being in certain places and he says he can feel his hair rise up on his arms whenever there is a change in weather now! He was so frightened when the building around him collapsed. It affects lives and livelihoods for a long time; my sisters son is still trying to rectify it all). He lost everything he owned. Everything except the clothes on his back.

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