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The Happiness Challenge Day 2

Saturday, February 16, 2013

The Happiness Challenge Day 2

***** 3 gratitudes **********
Basil found me accommodations for Membertou for $600 total practicum. Great price and she sounds like a great lady. She is a French teacher who goes to 6 different schools in the area. It will be a great opportunity to practice mon francais. J’ai besoin de la pratique.

I had my first 8 hour sleep in a long-long time and woke up rested. I think the puffer is starting to help. I still weeze a bit here and there but think part of me waking up was breathing related.

Dad came home with a Tim Horton’s coffee for me. I’m very happy to have a Dad that thinks of me and does things for me, let alone know what I take in my coffee.

***** Journaling **********
I talked to Lavinia today. She is having lots of fun at her father’s and having lots of fun in school with her friends. We talked about her friends and their special talents (some of those talents are on the gross side too though). We started to make some plans for March break when I have her. She already said for a special meal she wants sushi and wants to do some art and play cards. That is quite manageable. I can’t wait. We usually read a book together as well and we started one at Christmas and didn’t have time to finish. It was very good to hear her voice. She is quite the funny girl.

***** Exercise **********
I did the first workout on Coach Nicole’s Cardio workout. It was for beginners and since I have not done any cardio in a while, found it perfect for me. It was still quite challenging and had my puffer afterwards.

***** Meditation **********
20 mins of yoga as beginning of my bedtime routine.

***** RAK **********
I send my friend Shelley a message through Facebook. She was getting some grief from people and I sent her a message reminding her of the wonderful person she was and how she helped me through some rough times.

You know you’re 60’s old school when you remember summer road trips with all the kids packed into the station wagon, no seatbelts, and Mum and Dad smoking up front.
Well, I certainly wasn’t around in the 60’s but do remember sitting on Dad’s lap behind the wheel while he was smoking a cigarette. I remember when seatbelt laws passed in the 80’s around here. Maybe they had them before but were not enforced.
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    LOL I was born in 1960 so I def remember road trips! However, seatbelts were the law in our house even before they were the law of the land here in the States. I remember we couldn't pick up our maroon Chevy station wagon until the next day because they were installing lap belts in the back seat! It was probably in the late 60s by then.

    I love planning road trips! We're planning to visit Civil War sites this coming June/July. Museums and plantations are in the plan as well.

    Great blog! Thanks for sharing. Have a great day and keep up the good work! emoticon
    1892 days ago
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