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Monday, February 04, 2013

Just a blog post to add some points to the Board Games Week challenge:

CI 1586
Base 1565
CO 439


Had a good ride on Noble tonight and Spi is looking pretty good. Got her out and lunged her a bit before changing the wrap on her foot. Hopefully it will all work itself out.

Had a rough weekend. Old memories. 2 years now since all hell arrived at my doorstep... or rather, hell moved in when heaven moved out (which is a little weird to say since I believe in neither... but couldn't figure out any better way to put it). Didn't help that it was REALLY cold and I had nowhere to go... so I was home by myself quite a bit. Lots of time for the hamsters to get running.

Very happy to see week 2's results and see that I'm in the top 300 of the challenge... which means I'm roughly in the top half. ... which leads to ...


Couldn't find a better picture. Have some at work that maybe I'll start posting... things that inspire me on this journey. But for now... this will have to do.
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  • 4CYNDI
    Love the pic. Sorry about the tough weekend but you are doing great! **HUGS**
    1963 days ago
    Love the picture!

    I had a couple horrible years of one thing after another and sigh, it stinks to think back and I really try not to....and I kind of know what you mean.

    Hank tough! We'll share some motivation! emoticon
    1963 days ago
    Love the picture, and love the idea of finding inspiring pictures. I'd love to see more.

    And as far as the mess that happened two years ago: emoticon
    1964 days ago
    You did a fantastic job. Are you going to be tracking your money in February too? I have not spent any extraneous money since late December. It's a real mission and a preparation for retirement years.
    1964 days ago
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