A week of WOW!

Sunday, September 02, 2012

WOW! Working full time is tiring!

WOW! Having a kid in high school is mindblowing!

WOW! I managed to work out almost every day this week even while teaching!

WOW! Technology is awesome until it isn't!

WOW! I'm still maintaining a weight 2 pounds lower than my goal!

WOW! I sure do like coffee!

WOW! After years of being the youngest family in the neighborhood, there are new people and babies everywhere! I really like my new neighbors!

WOW! I've been missing my sparkfriends!

WOW! Life is good.
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  • BICKEY11
    2387 days ago
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    2388 days ago
  • OPTIMIST1948
    Wow! You make me laugh. I am jealous of the 2lbs. But it is deserved if you managed to work and workout so it all balances.
    2389 days ago
    Perhaps there was some coffee that went into the writing of this blog? It certainly has a high energy feel. Which is WOW! in its own right and exactly what I needed this morning. Here's to making my week as fabulous as yours was. *lifts mug of coffee* Cheers.
    2389 days ago
    WOW! You Rock!

    (I'd love to be a fly on the wall of your kitchen in the morning. I imagine it's pretty intense.)
    2389 days ago
    Wow to you!
    I am so happy to hear that you are giving yourself credit because the first week back to work, and children in school (high school eeks!) is plenty hectic and stressful. You managed to work out and maintain a weight two pounds below your goal - that is HUGE!!! I'm so impressed and inspired! I start Tuesday and reading your post helps me feel even more sure that I will do the same! Because I bet that the working out, eating right, and feeling great in your body helped to make the week easier!

    Here is to a smooth, healthy, fit, positive September and school year ahead!
    2389 days ago
  • DEDE824
    2390 days ago
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