Spark Break

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Hello, folks!

Life is getting hectic around here - nothing wrong, but time is getting short... I am about to get completely wrapped up in business projects and I don't think I'm going to have much time for sparking. My SparkMail is hooked up to my normal emai account, so if anyone needs or wants to get in touch, they'll be able to.

But don't worry, I WON'T be taking a health break - I plan to continue the healthy eating and will be getting in some exercise, even if it stops showing up in my stats. I'll have no choice - things just starting heating up last week, and I missed several days of exercise, and my husband threatened to call my doctor and tell on me! So he's got my back! :)

Hopefully I'll be able to pop in once in a while... and once I get things squared away (soon, I hope!) I can spend some more time here... but work's gotta come first...

Take care, everyone and have a great spring! And a great summer, too, just in case I'm still busy then!! :)

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    I just caught up with this blog, which tells you that I'm getting out of touch, too! I'll look forward to hearing from you sometime soon ... and have subscribed to your blogs to make sure!
    2598 days ago

    I totally understand. And actually, i am finding that even when i had a computer, i just don't have the time for SP. So, i may leave SP. In some ways it actually causes me more stress when i miss days of my various goals, from my various teams. I think if i can just exercise 30 minutes each weekday( if not every day), and continue work on my eating, hopefully I will make progress. But one thing I am glad of, and that is that we have become friends-- and I look forward to many more tea times and walks in the spring!
    2622 days ago
    Spark can get over whelming sometimes, so you have to do what you have to do.
    2624 days ago
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