I agree w/ all the comments already given. And X, I am in a wheelchair and I wish that I had a body to use to the full. I always feel like telling some one that doesn't use their body to trade places w/me-"I will use it..." So, keep up the good work-you are an encouragement to others. I just love seeing your progress on a regular basis. Yes, we all have bad days too and that is o.k. You are doing great and you will enjoy life so much more if it is an active one. Looking forward to your next blog-vlog or whatever. Have a great weekend. -Lynnj
Great advice staying active is important and getting in exercise just around the house works. I usually try to eat foods that give a energy boost like berries, nuts and coconut milk. Keep up the good work will pay off and church and friends add to the need support. 2939 days ago
Hope you can get that car soon so that you can attend the Church of your choice. That can mean a lot in one's day-to-day life and is certainly a worthy goal. Sounds to me like you will make it happen.
I agree, there's nothing like the feeling of well-earned sweat!
Yaaa X! So glad that you had such a good day and your advice is on target. Everyone has a bad day and gets bummed, but to bounce back and keep positive and an accomplishment where you excel. Some work, some exercise, some positive thoughts and healthy foods. Woo Hoo.
Love it that you have great goals. Would be so cool for you to live closer that new church! Start hunting in that area? LOVE a happy video blog. I want to make video blogs! ::jealous:: hehe I am aiming to get a new laptop for Christmas... so... mwahaha :p I will torture you guys after then! P.S. You're adorable! **smooch** 2940 days ago
Wohooo, wtg for having an awesome day! You kicked some serious butt! Got alot accomplished :) Those are happy endorphines that are released through your body. Exercise of any kind is great! Somewhat well is better then horrible or bad, etc. You working your way to awesome, take it all in stride, baby steps !
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