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Monday, April 27, 2009

The one thing that I like best about Spark people are the friendships that you develop along the way. It is these friendships that help guide us through the storm of doubts, cravings and frustrations and these friends are also there to cheer our victories.

I like joining new spark teams and participating in the various games and challenges, but there is a limit to my free time. A choice must be made...some spark teams will need to be put aside for now so that I may focus where I want to be. So....if I was part of your team and I am temporarily absent, it is nothing you did dear friends, it is me and my overachiever nature.

So...I am going to spend time today and tomorrow saying goodbye to some teams but my spark page is always open and I welcome a hello from old friends!

Sometimes letting go of old habits allows us to become the new creatures we are meant to be. For me, hording, whether it be lesson plans or spark teams needs to be addressed.

Come visit my spark page and say hello! emoticon
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    I hear you loud and clear. I have never been super active on more than LIL mommies, I started out on a teachers team but it was an active team, too and I hate being "inactive"and didnt't have time for so much. . It's hard... when you will "connect" with someone, but can't do all the work. Do what works best for you. Real friends will Spark Mail or drop by your page.
    Good luck !
    4370 days ago
    emoticon Friends arn't just for teams they for keeps!! emoticon
    4370 days ago
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    I absolutely know what you mean....and if our team is one of the ones you feel the need to put aside for awhile, please know that we will welcome you back with open arms when you check in with us again...and please do that from time to time.
    4370 days ago
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