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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

I actually did drag myself out to the pool. After a hunt through the house for my missing shoe...that I had just left by the door this morning, like 4 hrs earlier...dang rat dog. At least I've more or less broken him from chewing on anything other than flipflops/cushy dr scholl's style shoes. Ugh. But I found both loafers, so out the door I went.

So, I got a little wet. I was heading to the pool anyway. After I parked at the Y, I texted my sister "when is mom's surgery?" Answer? 7 this morning. End of answer. So I text again. How is she? "In ICU" (well DUH) I text AGAIN "How did it go, what did they say, how is she?"
Reply "not good. Fine"

Yeah, LOLATURTLE, I know. Trust me, I KNOW.

I checked my Sparkpage. I had a wonderful message from an awesome friend (thank you DIDMIS) that made me feel better. It made me cry, but I also felt better.

Then I went in and spent over 35 minutes working out in the pool. 10 minutes less than class, but I work harder when I'm by myself.

Now I'm either going to treat myself to lunch out or stop at the grocery for cottage cheese and lunch meat...

Oh, and I still have my attitude going. I got out of the pool and didn't feel like messing with socks, so I said forget it, threw them in my gym bag and put bare feet in loafers.
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    Well you did get wet.That's good
    1733 days ago

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    R>Glad you got in the pool! You're building good muscles to support your awesome new knees. And it's a great stress reliever, which you need because... ?????? GRRRRRR.

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    1733 days ago
    I am glad you enjoyed your work out. I assume you are not living close to your mum or sister? Keep on trying to communicate. Our time here on earth is precious so make the best of it!
    1734 days ago
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