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Saturday, June 29, 2013

I have had enough of setbacks! I am tired of letting my major stress at work upset me to the point of tears! I am tired of going home at night and eating my stress! NO MORE!

Today, I will start figuring out how to relieve my major stresses at work WITHOUT tears and WITHOUT eating those stresses! Enough is enough already!

I want to live the remainder of my life the way it's supposed to be - without all the drama. I haven't been happy at my job for quite some time now, but things are such that I really can't do anything about that right now - my husband & I are in flux due to some changes we are anticipating in the near future. So for right now, I will have to simply work on other relief methods.

Now on to my usual light-hearted and fun blog:

Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Alex who?
Alex plain later, now let me in!
How did the cutthroat trout, the state fish of Idaho, get its ominous name?

Not for being a killer, but for the distinctive crimson slash mark under its lower jaw.

In 1984, when actress Courteney Cox was 20 years old, she played a concertgoer who gets pulled onstage to dance with the Boss in his “Dancing in the Dark” video. On a 2010 episode of Cougar Town, Travis (Dan Byrd) is looking through his mother’s (Cox) yearbook, sees a photo, and remarks, “Is that you dancing onstage with Bruce Springsteen?”
(That's one of my favorite things - when they refer to a real-life incident in a tv show or movie! emoticon )
In 1997, David Lander (Squiggy on Laverne & Shirley) became a pro baseball talent scout.
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    hang tuff!!!!!
    1755 days ago
    Hugs, I hope you can find something to help your stress level.
    1755 days ago
    I have similar issues. Good luck and take care of you. emoticon
    1755 days ago
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