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November Review

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Wow, how time flies. November was a very tough month for me and my family as we lost my father-in-law. So my goals for the month kind of slipped through the cracks.

emoticon Continue helping out my Mother-In-Law.

I did great with this goal and even exceeded a little bit because we were with my mother-in-law pretty much everyday this month. I even took a few days off work to help her out. We needed eachother to get through everything and I am glad that I was able to help her out.

emoticon Continue to log the miles away!

I did ok with this goal. I kind of stopped tracking towards the middle of the month but still was getting out on the trails. Hopefully next month will be better!

emoticon Plan a date night for hubby and I.

Well this wasn't really planned but hubby and I were able to get out. After the wake / funeral services we had Wednesday without the kids. We were planning on going over to his moms house but decided to take the morning for just us. We ended up going geocaching and it was so nice to be out doing something different. We really needed that!

emoticon Family Time!

I think we did awesome with family time for the month of November. It was because of the death but that was when we needed our family the most. It was a hard Thanksgiving without Michael with us anymore but at least we were surrounded by lots of love!

ONTO December.... Bring it on!
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    You had the perfect November goals, and you were right where you needed to be. Glad you were able to get out with hubby and enjoy each other's company for awhile.
    2021 days ago
    Sorry about your loss, but still grateful to God you and your family pulled through, you can do it.
    2021 days ago
  • LADYBUG546
    Great reflection even after a difficult month
    2022 days ago
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