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Wednesday 1/9/13

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

If you want to feel better, just take the time to go thru your closet and drawers. This morning I did this and had to get rid of of lot of stuff. Tops and what few dresses I own are all too big. Then when I went to the drawers that was really a good eye opener. Come summer I will be in trouble, my shorts are all really big, so putting them in a sack to go out to Crystalis. That is a store that the handicap school runs. It helps them make money and gives jobs to some of the kids that live there. So my day has started out with a smile on my face, knowing I have come a long way.

Time to get to the threadmill yet this morning and then Zumba is tonight. They are saying rain and ice tomorrow which I do not look forward to. Then snow on Friday, it will be a mess. So better get my running done today and funeral is tomorrow.

I am reading a book now of Gabrielle Douglas. It is really good on her young life and how she got to the Oympics. If you like biographys it is a book to read.

Breakfast was some scrambled egg starter and Kiwi fruit. Now to get the rest of my day going.
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    I just finished catching up on the blogs of yours I've missed and what an up and down couple of weeks it's been for you. You're doing amazing with your health and lifestyle, I just know it's going to be an amazing year for you.

    I'm sorry for the loss of your friend, my thoughts and prayers are with you.
    1983 days ago
    Congrats. You are doing awesome. I am hoping for new clothes this summer.
    1984 days ago
    Way to go! Let those clothes that will never fit you again go and benefit someone else!
    1985 days ago
    Excellent suggestion. I did so and felt wonderful. Then I took a few bags to a Goodwill Sale at the local department store and got coupons for new clothes!
    1985 days ago
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