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No more Spark Zombie

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

The scale is going back down, funny how when you stick to the program that happens. emoticon
I try so hard to roll with life's punches and for the most part, I do well. I have this week off to get things ready and then my crazy schedule begins and at the end of the month, my crazy HECTIC schedule kicks in.

If you were wondering, things are better on the home front. Benefits finally kicked in, hubby is adapting to new job, kiddo went back to school. Me...I am a work in progress, always. Relationship with DH is better, but still work to do and working hard at it too.

New activity...jogging/walking while my girl rides her bike. She JUST finished learning how to ride. She stopped a few years ago when she couldn't master turns. After camping and seeing all the other kids ride (and offering to let her ride their bikes) she was determined to learn. We have gone on two 4 mile outings. She pushes me.
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I am currently a SPark zombie. I have to come out of it.
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  • OPTIMIST1948
    And the two of you help each other. Awesome family happiness results.
    2546 days ago
  • STRONGDAWG
    It is so much fun to be outside doing active stuff with people you love. Thank you for the happy update!

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    2546 days ago
  • MISSIFISH
    Hey... I might be a sparkzombie too!!! ;)

    I'm glad things are on the upswing. YAY!!! I love hearing good news from you. Thanks for the shot of reanimation juice in this blog.

    BRRRRRAAAAAIIINNNSSSS!
    2547 days ago
  • KRISTINE99
    Thanks for the update! Your workouts sound great :) and glad to hear you can enjoy them with your daughter.


    2551 days ago
  • BIGPAWSUP
    So glad to hear from you. Glad you are doing so well!!!
    2554 days ago
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