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Slow and steady wins the race

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

I am still doing well. Eating right and exercising. We are going to Disney in a few weeks, there is a pool and although I am not thin by a long shot, I will feel better wearing a bathing suit since I have lost some weight.

My goals today:
- Walk my older daughter 2 miles to and from school (halfway done)
- Take my younger daughter to Library Storytime in the AM
- Take both girls to ballet in the evening
- Get dinner in the crockpot before noon
- Clean out one side of my younger daughter's closet
- Put at least one item on Craig's List to get stuff out of my house
- Yogilates tonight for me


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NJSHAR 10/16/2013 8:04PM

    Thanks everyone!
I've never been to Disney before. My parents never took us when we were young - my folks have a few rental homes in different places, so we would end up in the Outer Banks of NC or the Jersey Shore mostly. As an adult, I have always gone to Mexico or the Caribbean.

Anyway, the girls are excited.

Still debating driving versus flying. No good flights out of Newark these days - pricing & timing are both crummy, ever since United Airlines took over Continental. Driving = 18 hours. Aggghhh! I'm not a car trip person, I've always flown places, and I just don't know if we will all want to jump out of the car.

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NPDSLEUTH 10/16/2013 3:07PM

    You are SO SMART to write everything down! I swear that is the best way to get everything done.

Disney will be great! I LOVE their pools, especially ones with the fountains in the middle. GOOD FOR YOU!!!



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MORTICIAADDAMS 10/15/2013 3:50PM

    Great to-do list! It sounds like you are doing great. I would love to be going to Disney!

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