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Here comes the sun!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

I was almost blinded when I pulled up the shade on the bedroom window this morning, after not seeing the sun for most of the week, I forgot how brilliant and bright it can be, lol, especially when it's reflecting off a ground covered with snow. It is still cold today, but the wind has died down, and no snow in the forecast for now in the near future.

Pain level is a little better today; so far, no pain pills today, and it's after 3pm. That is something for me, as I've been having to take 2-3 per day most days.

I got a short stability ball workout in today.
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    Good going on a brilliant day! Spring is on its way for YOU! I think Spring is my favorite time of the year, altho we do not really have a Springtime here. I love to be in the states during Spring and see the beautiful springtime flowers showing their pretty faces!
    emoticon Glad too that you didn´t need the pain pills - wondering how the rest of the day went for you. Thx so much for dropping by my blog; I´ve had too many down days this month but I´m coming back around this week and getting more exercise. Wishing you a great weekend, girlfriend!
    3351 days ago

    Sunshine makes everything better!
    3352 days ago
    AND... with Spring comes Shari's beautiful
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    Comment edited on: 3/24/2011 7:06:04 PM
    I think just seeing the sun helped your pain. emoticon
    Sounds like a pretty good day.
    3352 days ago
    Sounds like a wonderful day!!! emoticon Enjoy your evening!!
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  • ORACLE2010
    Wow...Great to see that your day is going so great! I love hearing that!! And yes, the sun shining in Saginaw is a beautiful sight!
    3352 days ago
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