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November 24, 2020

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Happy Tuesday!

It has been a nice quiet day and I am grateful for that. It's my last "alone" day until next Monday...

I got up at 5:00, had my Energize, read my Bible and devotional and did my workout. I took my shower, had breakfast and washed the dishes. After the boys left for school I did my best to just enjoy the quiet.

I did get the boys' laundry washed and the bed made. That really was it for housework. I finished up season 7 of Homeland - I like the premise of the show, I could do without the language and some of the graphic stuff though. I started on season 7 of Chicago Fire. Then I got back to reading my new book.

I talked to my mom again today and in actuality it is a good thing we aren't going down Thursday. She had been having some pain in her lower leg and had had an MRI last week. She finally got the results and she has a fracture in her lower tibia so she is supposed to rest and stay off of it as much as she can. Say a prayer for quick healing for her!

1. Nutrition: okay
2. Fitness: Day 79 - Morning Meltdown 100: MeltCon
3. Personal: Read my Bible and devotional; did some reading and did play the piano a little bit; phone/computer time was okay.

Tomorrow - Matthew has therapy at 9:00 in Creston and Jacob has basketball practice at the same time. We have our eye appointments in Des Moines starting at 2:45, so we'll pretty much leave for Des Moines when we pick Jacob up from practice. At least he won't be sweaty since he's having to sit out and just watch. We have a little shopping to do, but for the most part it will just be the eye appointments.
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    Tomorrow will be busy for you. Sorry about your mom, but definitely makes the decision to remain home easier.
    52 days ago
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