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From Turkey Track!

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

WOW! You guys are blowing me away! I've had to add new badges up to 1,000,000 on the blog! (Nutron3, DLDMIL, I'm looking at you!!)

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Welcome to some of the new people, Brontosaurus, congratulations on the FitBit! I'm glad you decided to jump in! YOU CAN DO IT!!

I LOVE seeing you guys meet your goals, power past them, even struggle and KEEP GOING! Wow!

I've been a little bit less active than that, heh. I was actually sick over the weekend, and then had the first round of finals this week. I didn't really meet my minimum goal each day, but I'm still not doing too bad. I'm making it a habit to squeeze in walking when I can, and that's what counts! I didn't get to run much this week either. My knee was really aggravated when I tried to get back into it, after the accidental back-to-back 5ks, but it's really not having it. I know it's partly weight and partly lack of stretching, and partly all the sitting I'm doing! Yeesh. I'll get there.

Today, a mere 5300, but my monthly total is now 212,653! I broke 200,000! YIPPEE! I wonder if I can manage the 250,000 before the end of the month! (It is my goal, of course).

A few people have PMed me and asked me if I'm going to do one for December too. I'd love to! But what can I do to keep it fresh for you guys? There would be a badge, of course, but someone mentioned editable comments to keep the thread smaller. Hmm. Would that be feasible? Do you prefer the long scroll?


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For those who celebrate it, Happy Thanksgiving tomorrow. For those who already celebrated their Solstice Harvest in September, Happy Belated Equinox to you! To everyone starting Hanukkah today, Hanukkah Sameach! To everyone else I've forgotten, Happy Harvest!
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