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Saturday Morning...

Saturday, June 19, 2010

What a beauty day here in Madison...

Moving a little slow and ideally I'd like to be just chilling out, but being a small business owner is a 7 days a week kinda gig...no complaints!

My glucose came in at 115, I'm doing a bunch of desk work - Cindy is running around getting a few errands taken care of and then we are just going to take it as it comes this afternoon.

I'm feeling really good and not at all guilty about needing to rest & heal up a little this weekend. I hope everyone has a stellar Saturday! Ryan
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  • MSEVERLAST
    Excellent!!!
    4019 days ago
  • JAKEANDNELLIE
    I've found that "R & R" days - rest and relaxation - are just as important as days that I push and get extra exercise! Our bodies need that rest so enjoy!
    Sheila
    4019 days ago
  • JSTCHLIN
    Take care and stay healthy
    4020 days ago
  • JANEYINMADTOWN
    It was a beautiful day. Some of us went for a walk this morning at obrich and it was fantastic. Hope you enjoyed the day!
    4020 days ago
  • MASRITE
    A little rest never hurt anyone. Enjoy it!!! You deserve it.
    4020 days ago
  • PATTISLIM2
    We're in the office all day today and I know all about being self-employed. Had a rough day yesterday - my dog, Sadie, died and even though I knew it was coming it was still hard. But I am very proud of myself - no emotional eating! And today is already a little better. Have a great weekend!
    4020 days ago
  • CAROLANN27
    Glad you are remembering down time in important. Have a great weekend!

    Carol
    4020 days ago
  • IMJUSTFLUFFY
    I too have a 7 day a week "at home" business. Can't hardly take a day off.
    Never feel guilty about resting...our bodies need it...and it will let you know too.
    Have a restful, positive day.
    Rhonda
    4020 days ago
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