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Work was good,Zumba was better!

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

I got to Zumba this morning and did 40 minutes..great fun.

Work was ok....students were a bit jumpy in class..a bit annoying.

I had my hair done..love being pampered!

Hair looks good and cats were agreeable when I got home......hope they continue to warm up.

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    Oh, kitty friends will be nice.... My Buddy is friends with my neighbor's black lab... you see them try to play, she is SOOOO big and Buddy is sooooo small!!!

    I finally started to feel like I had a good hair day..., .. (and I had to wear a hairnet when I cooked at the Meals on Wheels today so that's a big positive).. I did the unmentionable and cut it myself a month or so back, then I went to a stylist and she either didn't or couldn't fix it, got so spoiled when my dd did my hair all the time for me.

    Go dancing girl!!!! Hope you knee is still cooperative. I walked in the rain with my neighbor for an hour tonite, but it was on sidewalk, and that is so hard on my knee, I never even notice any pain when I walk at the dam on the ground, but just this 1 hr. walk hurt...
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    Comment edited on: 11/7/2013 8:00:43 PM
    Uh oh! Looking good and feeling fit! Everybody better watch out!!! emoticon
    1623 days ago
    Perhaps your students could benefit from Zumba!


    Enjoy your kitties!

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    1624 days ago
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    Great day!
    1624 days ago
    It takes a while for cats to size up one another. Pretty soon the Alpha cat will appear. We always had cats and they are so very interesting DH never had cats till I had my siamese for almost 20 years. I am glad they are becoming friends.

    Still hoping to get to Zumba somewhere near here emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1624 days ago
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