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Hermit Crabs Are Like Women

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Christian's Spiderman hermit crab shed his shell last night and crawled into a new one. I got up this morning to a whole new look, and I knew Christian was gonna be mighty disappointed. Well, Sir, by the time I got out of the shower, Mr. Crab was done strutting around in the new shell and back in the gree Spiderman shell. I guess he is a lot like me. He shops for a new outfit and winds up always wearing the same old thing! LOL

What a long day! I have been soooooo busy, and it doesn't look like I will catch up before the weekend. I am doing a real rotten time of managing my time. It is really pitiful, too, because I do a real good job of teaching time management. LOL. I guess it is time to keep a time grid for a few days and evaluate where I need to cut to get the things in that are important to me.

Went back to water aerobics today. Felt good to get back in the water. I missed 2 days of exercise this week, though. Gonna have to work real hard this weekend to catch that up!

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