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Day whatever...

Saturday, February 09, 2013

Okay, so I’m calling this day whatever, but it is really. Day 9 of my 100 days challenge. I think once the end of this month is reached, I’ll lose count, but I’m sure I won’t. Anyways…Life is what it is, and it’s moving along as planned in the eyes of the beholder. I’m doing my part in holding things down, but sometimes life can become trying, and I think I’m trying life this time around, and life isn’t trying me.

So, today when I got off from work. I went into a small clean up mode. I haven’t done any deep cleaning as of yet, but it’s coming pretty darn soon. If I get Monday off, I know it will come after I get off work. I’ve been dusting here and there, and hanging curtains in our master bedroom. This cheap furniture polish sucks. I don’t like the smell of it. It smells like paint thinner, but I’ll get over it sooner or later. I’m thinking about getting a soapy rag and washing it off, because the smell is on my night stand and I didn’t bother to dust my husband side of the bed due to this asthma. I don’t want to risk him having an attack. Lord knows I would not be able to live that one down. What’s next?

Oh! I’m doing “somewhat” better when it comes to my weight. I’m not stressing it, but I will be 168.8 at the end of the month. The eating has to get better, and I’m sure it will in due time. I grabbed something quick taco leftovers, and let that be my meal, but I didn’t need those salty corn chips. Oh well. You live and you learn, and I can’t let. You live and you learn be my excuse to not doing better.

So far, all is well. I guess that’s how I’ll end this blog. All is well.
Good night sparkers.
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    How I wish I could be at 168. *sigh* I just can't break this plateau.
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