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5 years from now for weekend challenge

Monday, July 01, 2013

Hopefully not much will be different in 5 years - I am enjoying my life as it is now - I hope to still be married to my great hubby, wishing all my animals will still be with us (I have 2 older cats that it is doubtful but the others are all young and healthy). I love my job. Our parents are healthy. I love my house and the neighbourhood we are in. I love my church, pastor and friends.

I hope my health to be the same or better. That being said, I hope we can figure out why I have such low energy levels and that will help me lose some weight. I want to keep active and stay at this low level of pain and not develop arthritis from all my surgeries.

I guess I've endured so much change over the years that "sameness" sounds good for now.

Things that I wouldn't mind changing - read more, play on computer less, memorize more Bible verses, build even stronger relationships/friendships, be more active, wear a smaller size.

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    I know this is an older blog but I enjoyed it. Sameness sometimes is comforting and can give you a secure place to work from on changing other things that you don't like.
    1636 days ago
    I hope you are just as happy 5 years from now as you are now! It is so good to be content in your life and love your life! Congrats to you!

    1776 days ago
    Sounds like you have a great life that you enjoy very much. Those are some wonderful positives! Hope the future is exactly as you picture it.
    1785 days ago
    Good to hear that things are remaining stable in your life right now. I hope your low energy can be resolved and that you are able to get down to a smaller size. What bible verses are you thinking of memorizing?
    1786 days ago
    emoticon Glad that you can recognize the positive things you already have in your life! Best of luck with the goals you do have for your future emoticon
    1787 days ago
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