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Archive for November, 2014

Self-Imposed Quarantine :)

Nobody panic.  I’m suffering (as dramatically as possible) from a garden variety head and chest cold–not the dreaded E-virus.  (Thank heaven.)  Reports of my imminent demise have been greatly exaggerated.

In order to prevent my own personal pandemic (Spokandemic?), I’m staying home from Weight Watchers today–with considerable regret, I might add.  You see, I’ve finally broken through that darned plateau I’ve been grousing about for a while now.  Yep.  The scale is moving again, and in the right direction this time.  What made the difference?  Truthfully, I’m not sure.  (But I’m not giving this virus any credit, period).  I upped

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Winners, the cold from hell, and how I spent my weekend

First, the winners.  Gwyn Beams and Janet Clark, come on down!  :)  If you aren’t Gwyn or Janet, do not despair–all you need to do is comment and you’ll be entered in the new contest, which begins now.  (Yes, at this very moment.)  Make a comment and, presto, you’re in.  We do this every week, so be persistent.

Not to complain or anything–brace yourself, obviously I’m fixin’ to complain–I have been under the weather since Friday, and if anything, the bug is worse today.  This after staying home all weekend, except for a brief foray for groceries and craft supplies, both

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