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sunday SUN day!!

Sunday, April 13, 2014

I have walked every day for the last.....uh, not sure, but at least 5 out of the last 7 days.
i had a small, BIG BIG victory on the scale this week.
i hope to have another one and then another.
i love the sun we have been getting and hope that its helping my vitamin d to increase.
and ive even been getting little little little bits of de-cluttering done as well.
two jobs i am dreading most--my bedroom walk in, which is basically another name for junk room and i dont store everyday items in there, its been years since ive really gone thru it.
i did get some of my old clothes out and sold them.
but who knows whats in there.
and the walk in in my sons old room, which is basically all old electronics and christmas junk.
i dont plan to take any of this stuff to the new place. so what to do?
yard sale????
would anyone want it???
i didnt think anyone would want my old clothes either but they did and ive sold some old pocketbooks and books as well.
de-clutter.
good for the soul.
cleansing.
tonight i am fixing, for the first time, coconut chicken...the recipe i read called for panko and i didnt have any, so i am compromising and making my own breading using ground up whole wheat crackers and mccormicks salad toppings..... and i hope it turns out edible.
its in the 80s here today and i am loving it.
carry on.
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  • GORDON66
    After starting out in the 70s, we're down to 43. Booooooooooo! I just hope it stops raining so I can walk after work.

    Have fun decluttering!!! emoticon
    2392 days ago
  • CAPECODBABE
    So glad you can get out and walk again!!! We were in the 70s today but it was windy and tomorrow we might see the 80s. Loving it!!!!! And I have the day off.

    Hope your chicken comes out tasty!!!!
    2392 days ago
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