Anybody Else PROUD to see the weekend come after a week that has been............ ugh....rather rough on u???????

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I'm sitting here at work counting down the minutes and seconds (~63 min). Actually it really doesn't matter what type of week I've had , this one was OK, by this time every week I'm counting. Just got a report I'm modifying to work, all the numbers are correct and all the little boxes line up, need to quit while I'm ahead:)

All weeks in the winter are "those weeks". I survived. Actually, I feel pretty good. Cheers!

It's cold. I hate the cold. I hate the mud. LOL Don't much like those D-gremlin days either. Maybe tomorrow I'll sleep in :)

OMG I just had a week from....fill in the blankhere! LOL! I'm still hoping abit later on in the new year it gets better!

see I can't even type! SHEZZZZ!

That's ok Doris, we read what you mean, not what you type LOL

LOL! Just been one of "those" weeks! Honestly it gets me when I can't spell something simple!

The week @ work sucked but I had a really good week working out and seem to be getting buffer with the help of this "Lose It!" app MrsAcidRock found. It's fun to play with but also helped me notice a few things I could fiddle around with to cut out nibbling on jelly beans as much to "trim my sails". Last night I did crunches and ran a couple of miles on what could have been my off day, had dinner, a couple of beers and then attacked the 8" of snow in the driveway and had a really fun time with it.

Best of all, the "deal of the day" at the outdoor clothing store is buy 2 get 1 free Smartwool socks so I'm going to head there in 20 minutes when they open up!

Wow, 8". My friend in Indianapolis got about the same. We got maybe an inch or two, plenty for me thanks!

That would paralize West TN we kinda come to a stand still with 2 inches.

I got out the Yak Trax and ran 6.5 miles today. It was harder than running normally. A lot of the sidewalks are shoveled but when you hit the "no man's land" in between subdivisions it's pretty hairy!

Nothing major with the week but it is HOT outside, too hot to be out gardening or painting so I am inside with the blinds drawn and the aircon on and I hate it. Have to struggle to survive depression.




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