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10 things that make me feel good/happy.

Friday, June 07, 2013

Someone else completed this blog and I thought it was a great reminder.

1 - NO seizures!!! Yeah, Utah!

2 - emoticon Listening to by Utah boy sleep.

3 - emoticon Watching my boy sleep. I know I am a bit crazy.

4 - emoticon Relaxing with a good cup of coffee. Instant is fine.

5 - emoticon How I feel after a good walk or wog.

6 - emoticon Ensuring I am making my pups a priority.

7 - emoticon Fitting into my favorite green shorts even after a bad week (this week).

8 - When I stick to a routine. Any and all routines really.

9 - Feeling like I contribute when working on the acreage with my man.

10 - when I am doing what I am supposed to do I feel good. So why don't I always do what I am supposed to do? Not sure.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
JAMIELOGICAL 6/8/2013 10:04PM

    That last one is so true. I always feel great when I do the things I know I need to, so why do I always dread doing them and try to get around it?

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CHERIRIDDELL 6/8/2013 11:48AM

    Always accentuate the positive!

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BLITZEN40 6/8/2013 1:40AM

    It's always good to write down the positive! emoticon

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IMREITE 6/8/2013 12:59AM

    There are so many simple things tht can bring us so much joy.

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BLESSED2BEME 6/7/2013 1:18PM

    Great idea. We often don't think about what we are doing right or what makes us feel good or whole. It is important to embrace these types of gifts/blessings in our lives.

Thank you for sharing! So glad you are feeling more 'Up' today! emoticon

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PLKOWA 6/7/2013 1:03PM

    Great list! emoticon

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