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MOVING!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thursday, February 23, 2012


Finally moving out and hopefully no more excuses!
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  • FREELY-LYNN77
    I wish you luck on your move and new fitness journey.
    Aw, it's good that you get to stay in the same hood, so you don't have to learn your new surroundings just the people who live in the building with you. And it's great that you have a flexiable landlord, how great this that. Painting your new place and fixing it up. Nice! Well, I'm off. I wish you the best of luck, and I hope you get a chance to create a great workout with those stairs. If I had stairs in my place I would be going up and down them all the time. My aunt who is 65 years old said. That's the best thing in her house. The stairs.
    Best wishes to ya
    ~Lynn
    2427 days ago
  • JESSASAURUSFLEX
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    2427 days ago
  • GRAMMAGALE2BOYS
    Good luck to you. I am also moving to North Carolina in four months and a little overwhelmed by all I have to do. We are moving down there from Maryland because my son in law is being stationed there and hubby and I want to be near daughter and family(grandsons). Hope we both can do it without too much stress. emoticon
    2427 days ago
  • SASSEJAE
    i am moving in May and I am already stressed just thinking about it. I want to start packing now so it will not be such a hassle in the end when I'm rushed for time. change is good. Good luck on your move
    2427 days ago
  • LUXITTA
    Try not to beat yourself up too much. It is difficult to do the things you need to do while moving, especially if things are packed up. Though if you do decide to eat out you can choose something healthier rather then whatever... Think about it before eating :)
    As for Zumba 2 have fun! It is a great game and will make you sweat!

    ~Amanda~
    2427 days ago
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