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Productive day

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Or at least it was from about 3:00 on. It took me that long to get my butt in gear and attempt to accomplish stuff. My "list" of things to do today was short but meaningful.
What I did:
~ go to stroller group and run club. - CANCELLED - Two moms had cranky babies & I didn’t want to walk alone.
~ drink 64 ounces of water. -DONE
~ consume a minimum of 5 fruits and vegetables. - DONE
~ keep on top of a few housekeeping duties. - DONE
~ turn my rolled coins in to the bank for USD. - DONE
~ take the recyclables in. - DONE - $20.45 (score!!)
What I didn't do:
~ take my wedding rings to the second hand store to see if I can sell them.

My stroller tried to do me in tonight. Something is wrong with one of the back tires and, when I tried to go from walking to running, it started to wobble like it was going to fall off. Scared the dickens out of me. Needless to say I didn't get my hill training in. I did do two good laps around our "lake" while the rest of the HM group ran 4 hills. I have to have this looked at before I head to Pittsburgh. My life will be difficult if I don't have my stroller in tip-top shape. One more thing to add to the revolving list. Well that and run my 4 hills that I was supposed to run tonight. emoticon
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  • CHEPRBYTHEDOZN
    you did great even though the stroller did not cooperate. I need to make my a list for today and get off this 'puter.
    3221 days ago
  • no profile photo CD557571
    emoticon productive day, but still so much to do....

    3222 days ago
  • BOBBYD31
    did you get that wheel fixed? good job on the rest. wedding rings to a jewelry store they buy them for the gold melt value around here
    3222 days ago
  • ONE*BUSY*MOM
    Glad you had such a productive day!
    3222 days ago
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