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Sunday, April 29, 2012

I'm really tired after driving home to Delaware, so this will be another short one. And what is it about driving long distances that tires you out? It's just sitting - well, obviously not *just* sitting - which is not really tiring compared to other activities. Just the same, I am worn out.

Perhaps the fact that I didn't do much that was physical today is contributing to my tiredness. I spent most of the day watching TV and the ball game with my mom. In fact, the only time I got off the couch was to go refill my water bottle. At least I was drinking water!

I did do 20 minutes of strength training just now, so that's something. And tomorrow I'm getting back to my class at the gym, so that'll help work off the pizza we had for dinner (I did stop before I got stuffed - progress!).

The downside of today is that I banged the thumb I had slammed in the car door a couple months ago, and now it hurts again. Oh well. It's not nearly as bad as it was when it happened, so I'll survive.

And now I believe it is time for bed!

"Do you ever read the Sunday comics? Well, when I was a little kid, I use to put my nose right up to them. And I was just amazed because it looked like this mass of dots, and none of it made sense until I pulled back. Life looks like that mass of dots to me sometimes. None of it makes any sense, but I like to think that, from God's perspective, life, everything - even this - make sense. It's not just dots. Instead we're all connected, and it's beautiful and funny and good. This close we can't expect it to make sense, not right now." ~ Aaron Davis, Latter Days
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    emoticon emoticon emoticon get Moving!1 You know what you need to do....Now Just Do it......Stay Strong emoticon
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