Tuesday: Spring Break

April 8, 2008 at 10:59 am 2 comments

Tuesday.  Lots of laundry due to two seasons of clothing hitting the washer at one time.  Much to do today.

Prayers of thanks today.  After having little peoples around me to one degree or another for the last eleven years, some quiet this year has been much cherished, much needed.  It has brought needed refreshment! 

Next on my personal agenda?  Regular exercise to try to help my back.  Massages and chiropractors may have to come if I don’t get myself busy, but I think I can avoid ever getting started.  I hope so!  Not that I’m against them, I’m just trying to save money and learn to be healthy instead.  I’m not there just yet, but I keep setting goals and eventually I’ll get so tired of seeing the unmet goal I’ll have to do something about it. 

Goals/Vision for our body:  Have you come up with anything?  Bro. Ray asked us about this. I’m so stoked about an answer to prayer this week that mine came quickly, but I’ll need help with it or it will go nowhere.  It will take some time to write, so I’ll have to get back to it later! 

Have a great Spring Break! 


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Cindy  |  April 8, 2008 at 11:51 am

    Meant to comment earlier that I love the new look. Very classy looking, althought I do miss the flower!!

  • 2. ~E  |  April 8, 2008 at 9:14 pm

    Enjoyed lunch with you today and our little prank for my hubby. Looking forward to our big adventure on Saturday!

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