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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

up load try # 4 OK so before yesterday I never went down a slide with my daughter because I was too afraid that my big butt wouldn't fit. it was to my pleasant surprise that it did indeed fit :)
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    WOO HOO, I loved when my butt fit down the slide! Now, I fight for the equipment when we play at the park. Ya, I'm cool like that.

    I LOVE routine. Hubby having an irregular work schedule has driven me NUTS these past few years.

    Love your fringe! Looks pretty. Guess what, it IS COOL to have bangs. The FRINGE is IN sistah, your hair style is THE style! BOOYAH. Google it. You'll see.

    2232 days ago
    It's Vitamin D.. hehehe emoticon

    I'm sorry that it is overwhelming with the new work things. I can't imagine working that much and having to balance everything. Maybe instead of trying to set a routine instead set a goal of something small. Like fitting in 10 minutes at some point in time. The cardio routine that I did today might be something you could do at little points instead of trying to get it in all in a big bit. What you do is 30 seconds of these four things: high knees, jump (feet together) in a clockwise motion hitting four times like you are jumping in different quadrants of a square, butt kicks, jump counter clockwise. That will give you a total of 2 minutes. Then do one minute each of burpees, mountain climbers (plank but you "climb" by bringing your knees up quickly), and jump taps (jump at the wall and tap a spot up high. That would just be 5 minutes. You could do that four times a day and get in 20 minutes of exercise. It was actually pretty hard trying to do it today! Maybe that would be a way of balancing the randomness of your schedule.
    2233 days ago
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