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Thursday, May 09, 2013

What a busy day today was. Started with driving Isaiah to school (he wanted to be dropped off at school today for the first time ever), then stopped at the store for a couple items we needed (including a new mop), then it was home to do....

Mowing, front and back yard while Paul used the weed eater
Cleaned & rearranged things in kitchen (inside cabinets will be done tomorrow)
Cleared floor in pantry & dining room mopped both
Walked to bus stop to get Isaiah from school ~ on the way home he complained a bit about not feeling well, turned out he had a temp emoticon He laid down on the couch for a while and watched some TV
Cooked dinner

After dinner it was time for a Mommy Daughter thing at daughters school. Ever heard of Kathleen Hassan? I hadn't until this event. She is a nationally recognized inspirational speaker & confidence coach for teen girls and women. She came to speak at Cassie's school for this Mommy Daughter event, it was so inspiring and I could see the light in Cassie's eyes from the things she was hearing.

Really it boils down to loving who you are no matter what...That is a reminder that I think we all need.

That applies to everything if you really think about it. Along this journey we call life, loving yourself is so important.

Be PROUD of who you are!

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    emoticon Glad to hear your daughter is motivated...I hope it will result in good things for her...for all of you.

    Good job on all the positive activity.
    2689 days ago
    It was a very productive day, we are such a great team. I'm really happy you guys enjoyed your mommy daughter time. Hopefully our boy snaps out of this quick emoticon

    OLIVE JUICE!! emoticon
    2690 days ago
    Very true!!
    2690 days ago
    emoticon absolutely!
    2690 days ago
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