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Hi from Homework land.

Saturday, February 02, 2013

Sorry I haven't blogged lately. I have been working hard with my college classes. I am still feeling over whelmed but with the help of my husband and daughter I still have a 90. so that is good.

Husband, son and SIL are going to be watching the game. I am going to use the time to work on ironing and watching a movie of my choice. then yes, homework. I am almost half way through my Financial Accounting class (March 8th last test) then I just have the Medial Terminology.

I have some homemade vegetable stew cooking for supper. so that is good on this cold day. Last night I got the family a cheese pizza and I ate an large salad with chicken.

I invited some of my friends to join a group "Winter Melt" we change the name with the seasons. I won January challenge. emoticon This is the only challenge I am trying to keep up with since I started classes. I hope if you are looking for another group you will check it out! Marinemama rocks as a leader! There is a lot of support there.

Well I need to finish up supper so I can ...... you guessed it do homework! emoticon
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  • LYNSEY723
    You are doing great! emoticon
    1964 days ago
    I can relate! I was doing homework at 1 AM. You are doing great with a 90! Keep up the good work.
    1966 days ago
    90, wow- that's great, Cindy! Eating a chicken salad instead of the pizza the family ate too- way to go!
    I'm glad you found a group that is so supportive for you. :)
    1966 days ago
    You're great! I'm looking forward to meeting more of your friends on the Winter Melt team. You were amazing in January -- let's see what we can do in February!
    1966 days ago
    Congratulatiaons on your 90. You are doing really well. Keep up the good work. Your friends are behind you all the way. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1966 days ago
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