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Rainy Tuesday

Tuesday, December 02, 2014

We are supposed to have pretty steady rain the next two days, and could get up to 2" total precipitation. We need it bad after 3 years of drought conditions. Still, the dogs don't like going outside, which means I'll be on clean-up duty all day.

I always get very reflective during December, thinking about the year that has just passed, and the one that lies ahead. I wrote a holiday letter this year (after taking a couple years off from sending any Christmas cards at all), thinking that I needed to document the accident and my recovery for friends with whom I'm not connected on social media. I need to finish that letter today, so that my editor (Steve G) can review it and we can get them in the mail.

I had a good day yesterday, staying well within my guidelines for eating and exercise (I could have gotten more cardio in, but today's a cardio day). I need to remember those snacks mid-meal to keep my energy level steady!

Have a great day, everyone - find something to smile about!
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    You can do it.
    2432 days ago
    Glad you are getting the much needed rain. Too bad paw cleaning isn't considered a spark exercise! lol
    2432 days ago
    Gingko - LOL! Those almonds yesterday were a last-minute snack right before supper! I should have eaten them at about 3pm.

    Bern - we just got back from a very wet walk with the dogs. Now I gotta go clean up all the pawprints!

    Keep Smiling!

    2432 days ago
  • -BERN-
    I've procrastinated far too long today, I need to hit the streets and give the neighbors something to talk about. Keep those paws clean! emoticon
    2432 days ago
  • GINGKO711
    Healthy between-meal snacks seem to be the way to go.
    Although, I'm not exactly sure 5 almonds is a substantial enough energy source, lol.
    2432 days ago
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