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Kathy's Blog – December 2009 Archive (2)

Your gonna shoot your eye out ya cotton headed ninny muggins! Or ~ my therapy for a typical day in December…

So as you “regular readers” know, I have decided to become a physically better person. I am following a program that will supposedly take me from a couch potato to an athlete running a 5k in 9 weeks! Yesterday I “ran” my first day. I felt good about myself, though admittedly I hated every second of it. My theory is if I don’t forget how horrible it felt I will never let myself get in that shape again.… Continue

Added by Kathy on December 10, 2009 at 10:50pm — No Comments

Holiday Tunes, Stress and a 5K?

First let me share with you some of my favorite Christmas songs. If you read this from my actual site, just turn the volume up if you want to enjoy my gift to you ... or down if you need silence! I love the music at this time of year. The old stuff brings me back to innocent (and not so innocent) days of my past and the newer ones are forming memories for my kids. Just love it.



Anyway, in my exhaustion of the past week I forgot to mention in… Continue

Added by Kathy on December 6, 2009 at 11:05pm — No Comments

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