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My bad week of the new year

Saturday, January 30, 2010

this has been a week. my daughter's car breaks down and i find out it is the transmission.omg.she calls her dad because she said she knew i would lecture and go off. which is true because now i have to figure out how this will be paid for. while she is o well things happen it will all work out.i want to shake her .this 17 year old doesn't have a clue.my cell phone is messing up i will probably have to get a regular phone service like everyone else because i have a trac phone.exam week at school so we get out early which throws off my walking schedule with my friends so we didn't get to walk or lift weights this week.so i was on my own. i didn't do to good.now i am snowed in .but i am going to read some messages on message board for motivation and try and get back where i was and try and not let this week pull me down any more
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  • MICHELLES-SPARK
    emoticon Sounds like you have your hands full. I will be praying that everything works out and things go smoothly.

    God Bless!!!
    Michelle
    3959 days ago
  • FULLOFFAITH
    emoticon sounds like your patience was tested this week. Hang in there. There will always be bumps in the road sounds like you are doing a good job of going over them.

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    Lisa
    3959 days ago
  • FULLOFFAITH
    emoticon sounds like your patience was tested this week. Hang in there. There will always be bumps in the road sounds like you are doing a good job of going over them.

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    Lisa
    3959 days ago
  • CHAIRUL
    Ohhhhhhhh Punkin....life sure can be a struggle,can't it??? I'm sorry for your challenges but don't let it get you down too much....just remember you could be in Haiti living in a sheet tent.....
    All my best to you from an also cold,snowy Maine. emoticon emoticon
    3959 days ago
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