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Surly going to miss her.....

Friday, August 03, 2012

Hello everyone!!

Hope all is well. Well today we're helping my sister in law load it all up:-) She'll be on her way to Texas early Saturday morning. My husband and his family are helping her move (I just started a new job 5 months ago and have already taken a vacation so I can't go emoticon). She has been living with us for about a year or so now. Her fiance was diagnosed with NK Cell Leukemia (He's been in Texas for about a year). I'm emoticon and emoticon all at the same time. She has been my friend and workout partner. Helping her loose weight helped push me to be a better, stronger person. It has been a rough year in the Williams household with all that has been going on but we pulled together as a family and showed her all the support we had to give. Despite the situation with her fiance she's managed to stay strong and focused. There were times when she wanted to give up but that's what I was there for, to keep pushing her towards her goal. I'm going to miss the afternoon workouts and her coming in from work every morning asking me what I ate for breakfast and then answering her self by saying oatmeal LOL (usually what I eat every morning with 1 egg and an 2egg whites). Anyway, we're loading the penske truck up today........... emoticon
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    sorry you are loosing your work out partner maybe you can find a new one in the area by putting up flyers in maybe kindergarten,school ,churches and local shops notice board.you might be surprize maybe there is another women like you desprately looking for a work out buddy.also you can still support one another on a daily basis by phone or scype etc.it will be good for your sil to be with her fiance at this time.also i am sure it will be nice for you as well to have more space and privacy in your life.take care and keep smiling. emoticon
    2928 days ago
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