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Monday, August 19, 2013

you shall receive! Thanks so much everyone for their comments on my last blog. I was struggling and out of wind (motivation and inspiration, too).

As always the cycle of life goes on and today finds me in a different place. I even got my 10,000 steps in on Saturday and Sunday (I think I even got them in on Friday!)

Over the weekend I was able to go the beach, relax, read, and soak up a little sunshine. Amazing what that does for a tired soul. Even got my son out there walking with me last night!

Had a few emotional moments.... sobbed during toy story 2 when Andy goes to college and leaves his favorite toys with another child. Geez - and thats an animated kids movie! Also, mutually ended a new romance that felt rather smothering to me - and he said he felt "not included". At first it was that breath and "Phew, that's over" and in the next breath it was what the heck is wrong with me now? Then I had to remind myself it wasn't what was wrong with me - we are just different people. I could never be happy with his laid back, country lifestyle and he didn't like the pace of mine. I told him that it is this pace that keeps me happy, chipper and in a good space and if I slow down, i would feel like I am missing something, I'd feel caged. So the bad, sad feeling was shortlived - and I have another good friend. Yippee.

Yes, some where out there is my prince. I think......

So, back on track, getting my steps in, eating healthy - and my head is in a much better space! I'm ok. I will get there!

Keep sparkin!
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