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FNF: WEEK 5 - "Giving Thanks"

Friday, February 03, 2012

During week 4, I asked you to think about your biggest supporter, in at least one of your goals context.

This weekend, I thoroughly encourage you to take the time to thank them. Maybe a hand written letter, or a healthy home cooked meal, or something that works for the two of you. What can you do to say thanks? Then do it!
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    Mike's a man. The best way to thank him? I think we both know the answer to that. NOMNOMPENISNOMNOM. I guess I know what *I'm* doing after work tonight. :D
    3023 days ago
    My biggest supporter is my girlfriend, no question. She supports me in every possible way of my healthy lifestyle journey, doing exercise together, eating healthy with me, paying attention to sleep well, drink enough, go on holiday to do exercise together and so on. I am really fortunate!
    Flowers are on the way to thank her!
    3028 days ago
    I am not lost, am back, just need to find the time to come to the forum/blogs. I am going out to run, and will think about the questions!
    3033 days ago
    I'm totally going to ctach up this weekend, I promise! Can't believe how far behind I am everywhere.
    3036 days ago
    LOL... good sex? Hahaha.... seriously!

    I have a good friend who's pretty supportive on the school front too. (Didn't talk about that on the last blog -- oops) She just had back surgery and I've helped her out some with school related errand running. She has a husband and her mother is close by, but they don't know their way around the school. So I've printed some documents for her and delivered them to her house. We're going to the fundraiser together tomorrow, and she'll need a ride and help getting in and out of the car and the party, so I guess that's a form of thanks. She would do the same for me.
    3036 days ago
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