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April 20, 2009



I bought Tony Horton's 10 minute trainer (fell for that infomercial). It is pretty good. I am not totally bored with it yet!


I loved the Time Traveler's Wife. My SIL was too weirded out by the old/young thing to enjoy it, though. I think because Josh and I have been together forever (since 13) that it didn't weird me out so much. I mean if Future Him and Past Me were together, we would still be ourselves, right? I guess it is a little weird, but not enough to make me not love the book.


I have added P90x to my running. TOUGH! I have seen some results after 30 days, but I hope for more by 90.


Belong to Me by Marisa de los Santos is a good read. Currently reading That Summer in Sicily (Marlena de Blasi) and I'm dying to move to Italy (European life seems to be a theme in many of the books I've read/listened to lately and I'm fondly remembering our stay in Florence with the roosting pigeons). Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns (both by Khaled Hosseini) are also both good but a bit haunting - I thought about them for weeks after I finished each of them.

I like your groundhog day analogy. Seems the same thing happens here day after day as well...


I think I only keep going on coffee. Like you I go through my days with the chores and the routines..........Illness / Spring Break doesn't help but we'll all get there in the end.
Best wishes


I totally feel for you when it comes to cranky sons. I think I could write a post a day about something that has upset my son, too. Especially lately. With all the changes in our house (new baby, etc.) he has been having a tough time.... I guess it is understandable.

I hope your daughter recuperates quickly! Good luck with the working out. I have started working out again and it is not easy after taking most of the pregnancy off. But it makes me feel so much less depressed, so it's worth it.


Got nothing but hugs for ya, babe. xo

Lori at Spinning Yellow

I have read The Lovely Bones, ladies. I did like it, even though it was painful to read, especially in the beginning. Good suggestion.


Monday, Monday...

Hang in there. And yes, The Lovely Bones is a wonderful (though heartbreaking) suggestion. Maybe you need something uplifting to read? I'll have to think of some suggestions and get back to you.


now you have to read The Lovely Bones.

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