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I finally knocked him out......

Friday, January 09, 2009

Yes, WooHoo on Wii fit, I finally knocked him out in the first round. Usually it takes me the 5th round, He just wouldn't stay down. BUT today I knocked his block off. WooHoo.

Thought I would show you what is part of 2 of my children's job. They are
Rangers in the Army.
They get the wild side from me.
Thank the good Lord, I'm tamer, Now!

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    emoticon On the boxing accomplishment.

    I do love to see people working out on Wii & Wii Fit. :-)
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    Congrats, still working on my Wii Fit boxing and hopefully I'll get as good as you and get my first knockout!
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    That is awesome! I love the wii fit. I love doing the boxing on there too. It's one of my favorites and boy does it give you a good workout. I'm a huge wii fit fan.

    Thanks for sharing the pic of your son. That is cool :) God bless him and all our military who strive to keep us safe here. What sacrifice they all make. Tell your son thanks from this fellow American, and thanks to them ALL!

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    I'm not quite sure what the parachute is about. Do you skydive? My pastor skydives, but once he landed wrong and rolled forward and did a face plant! He got a concussion!!!
    4546 days ago
    I commented on yesterdays blog because I saw that you were boxing. Being a new subscriber to your blog here at Sparks I thought you were really boxing! LOL

    I want one of those Wii fit toys. We are an xBox 360 family so I am enjoying the Dance Dance Revolution Game.

    Happy Friday Dear friend... .did I make you laugh thinking you were really boxing! LOL

    4546 days ago
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