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eating: apples, like a mad woman drinking: lots of pepermint tea watching: Million Dollar Listing I ❤ Josh Flagg! listening to: the radio reading: blogs exercising: Yes, yoga once a week and a lot of walking doing: it a lot Words to live by today: remember … Continue reading
After being encouraged to take a day off by my new awesome friend; I took this Saturday off. Having a day off has been a long time coming; so here’s exactly how it went. Slept in till 9:14am Drink mocha … Continue reading
Its sometimes mind-blowing to think that such little things like the bright lights and late nights can shock part of the brain that had been a sleep for a decade. For some reason this past Saturday night spark feelings of … Continue reading
Oh the lives we’ve lived! This weekend was amazing! I’ve logged hundreds of miles and experienced wonderful highs of life! One particular part of the weekend brought memories back from my past life. On Saturday, some friends and I went … Continue reading
After taking the Summer in a Jar class; all of my canning fears were now gone. I thought I was a canning expert! Boy oh, boy was I wrong… Two days after the class I had a friend pick up … Continue reading