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Done Girl of the Day! A Humble Thank YOU

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Woo Hoo! I can't quit smiling! First of all, I ENJOY this team so much! Who would have thought out of 13,000+ people, ADAMST3...the Done Girl of the day!

I appreciate each of you for stopping by today to celebrate this fantabulous honor! The love poured out...and the great thing is We ARE DONE being the fat girls, but we most certainly are not DONE caring for one another. I cherish this team and its leaders.

I had to share this news with someone right? So I told my sixth graders I had some news to share that no one else would care about, but since they were my home-roomies, I knew they'd appreciate what I was about to show them.

I pulled up my page with my 40 pounds DONE picture there in all its glory. "Is that YOU, Mrs. Adams?" I replied, "Yes, two yearsand 40 pounds ago when I joined SP. I'm showing you this today because I was bestowed the honor of being Done Girl of the Day. That means I was chosen to represent my group for the day." "Wait, Mrs. A.! OUt of 13,000+, they chose YOU?" "Yes!" ...Standing Ovation from my class!

A huge HUG and humble appreciation!

Love,
T.
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  • TRICIAP0812
    Awesome!!! Congrats!!!
    Trish
    3661 days ago
  • SMILESWITH7KIDS
    How neat and your sixth graders sound like gems. Who would expect such maturity from a diverse group that age!
    3663 days ago
  • YIGOBUTTERFLY
    CONGRATULATIONS!!! I am so glad you are done!

    Six graders are so much fun and supportive!

    Hang in there and don't quit! We need you around.

    Jane on Guam
    3670 days ago
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  • PEPPERLEAH
    You so deserve it! I applaud you, too!

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    3670 days ago
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