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It's a good day!

Monday, July 15, 2013

Woke up this morning in a great mood. Got my exercise done, have dough rising to make a stuffed bread for my daughter. I think most is due to sleeping well last night. I've been having such nite sweats where I wake up soaking wet in the middle of the night, even the bed is wringing wet. Last nite was just a normal sweat probably due to the humidity and 90+ degree heat that the AC can't keep up with. I can live with this but the other was affecting my sleep.

Twinkles are back but they don't tempt me. I'm more of a ding dong person but since I had my donuts, I'm not tempted at all. Funny how that works. If this mindset would only last forever, lol!

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HZGLORY 7/16/2013 11:45AM

    I'm a ding dong girl myself too but not for almost a year here, but I can't say that about donuts, love the Chocolate bars, yum.

I went though those night sweats and day sweats for about 4 years and then one day they were gone. I hope they are gone for good. Isn't it just wonderful being a woman, lol!!

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AMYTRIPP 7/16/2013 8:52AM

    I love those days when the world just seems to come together!

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SPIRITUALBEAR 7/15/2013 10:19AM

    That is wonderful that you woke up feeling great today! May it continue being that great day all day long! emoticon

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KACAR51 7/15/2013 10:01AM

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MEGAMOM134 7/15/2013 8:43AM

    Gee, I feel lazy after reading this. So far I have read my paper and had my coffee, LOL. But 4 grandkids will be here soon and I get my exercise keeping up with them. You're doing great.

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WALLINMW 7/15/2013 8:25AM

  Stay on track! Keep going. Never ever give up!

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