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Beware the bug!

It seems that just when I think I’m finally over this flu-bug, it “flats” me again–“flats” being a term we used around here, back in the day, to describe the way Bernice, the Yorkie, used to just press one of the kitties to the floor, for no apparent reason.  Evidently, it was some kind of dominance thing–amusing, since it never harmed the kits or even seemed to bother them much, and Bernice was so blase about it.  :)

I’m writing again–so close, so close to finishing!–but it has been a rocky road.  Much as I love this book and it’s characters,

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Weight Watchers Day

After missing two meetings, I finally got to one today–the bad news/good news is, I’m up 1.4 pounds.  (It’s bad news because I gained instead of lost, and good news because it could have been worse! :)  )  Plus, I felt well enough to go out in the first place, which is really good news.

The meeting was excellent, by the way–I came away re-inspired and ready for action!

My sincerest thanks to all of you for your prayers and words of encouragement–you really are the best.  Is it any wonder I love every last one of you?  I feel better

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.

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