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Tuesday, October 02, 2012

I have completed two full weeks at work. Not quite at my 30 hours, but getting there. This may be the week.
I am tired. Too tired to blog or hang out on the computer.
There are birthdays this week.
My husband was 70 on Saturday, and I will see 57 on Friday.
Too much cake around here.
I request cheesecake for my birthday.

I have done a little travel and went to my hometown in MA with my family to celebrate dh's birthday. it was a wonderful night Saturday.

I am beginning to fall more into a groove at work. They kind of readjusted which tasks I tackle and when. It is called prioritize. Now at least I am doing something more beneficial to help the main worker, and that is cutting back on her work load. That makes her happier, and I feel like I am accomplishing something more useful.

Too tired to type.
After traveling in the car a total of 6 hours over the weekend, my back was unhappy, and pretty spastic the previous two days, but a bit better today.
Today's exercise - climbing up and down stairs several times, putting summer clothes away.

Night all.
I am here. just very very very tired.
Let's see if I make that 30 hr mark this week.
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  • _LINDA
    Wow, a six hour car ride would be brutal :( So sorry you suffered for it. I was lucky my recent long trips had frequent rest stops so we could get out and stretch and walk around which was a gosend. Its very painful for me to sit for very long.
    So glad you are finding the time to check in and tell us how you are doing!
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    Enjoy your week and Happy birthday to both of you!
    2569 days ago
    Goog Job, I too am too tired and off to bed HUGS just had to say hello, You are doing very well HUGS P emoticon emoticon emoticon at
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