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Ending of March and first two days of April.

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

So as a member of March's stash busters team, I actually busted some stash and more than just knitting too.
These are finished but I have these that need fiberfill. However I'm turning all in on Thursday. Someone else can stuff them.

I also finished my second prayer shawl...

and another chemo hat

Today I finished something I started in December, that's a stash buster and it's clearing some clutter too. Here is my DGD Ellie's "Sensory Circle"
Her mama asked me to make her something for her to touch, finger, and play on/with. Well just after I bought, and gathered some fabric dear DGD decided to start crawling, so I had to do something besides a mat. She is now walking pushing the chairs around the house but will be spending several hours during Spring break in the car-I think this will give her shapes, colors and textures to play with and it's easily portable too.
Lastly since Ellie's big sister likes to dress up, I took a fancy scrap and made her a "necklace" I think I might make a second one for her.
Here is the first...

I'm now finishing two dresses for these two angels, and am going to cut our Lauren's dress next. Oh and I have to get organized for our vacation, keep the yard up, work on the garden, catch up with paper work and clean the house. I think I need a nap m emoticon

Daddy always told me there was no rest for the wicked. I must be really wicked. emoticon
Happy April everyone!
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SHOOPETTE 4/8/2014 11:02AM

    Just love your little creations!

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JANET552 4/7/2014 4:06PM

    At least you own your wickedness (LOL)!! The blue prayer shawl is awesome!! I want to make a reader's wrap and that would be perfect. I also love the sensory bracelet -- you would make a great OT!!

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DDHEART 4/5/2014 11:00AM

    Love your wicked self! One question do you fit it all in to 24 hours? LOL

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    I love all of your projects - especially those animals. They are adorable. I would have loved one when I was little.

Your yard looks great now. You must be exhausted!!

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PHEBESS 4/3/2014 2:46AM

    WOW you are busy!!!

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MILLISMA 4/2/2014 10:35PM

    Wow, Ginie. Can't believe all that you've been working on. They are all great! No, I don't think you're're a very giving soul. Thanks for all the pictures and also for showing me what spring should look like. lol

hugs....Mary Anne

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NORASPAT 4/2/2014 10:11PM

    Loved your crafts and I too love to sew but not crafts just clothes. HUGS Pat in Maine.

I admire the patience to put them together and they are really lovely creations. Take care, I never realized there is a stash busters team. My Fabric stash covers a whole wall of Totes.
Today I made a curtain for the big basement window. It has been weeks since I could get to my machines and I love the noise they make. I have a number of alteration projects to do for myself and DIL and our son. Thanks Ginie for your support, Pat.
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GABY1948 4/2/2014 7:01PM

    You need rest but not because you are wicked...cause you are not! I love your work...and your yard! You ROCK!


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LIVINGFREE19 4/2/2014 6:47PM

    You are great at craft work. I love the knitted hat!

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MARAGRAM 4/2/2014 3:17PM

    Yes, you need a rest! I always take a little time myself when the little ones rest.

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MARTYLYNN1 4/2/2014 12:37PM

    Sounds like you are a very busy lady! I need to bust some stashes and get rid of some clutter at my house!

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Bonne maman's March accomplishments.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Okay I do need to relax and de-stress, so here is how I do it. In order not to eat, I make things. Mostly the knitting keeps my hands out of the food but it relaxes me too. Sewing and crocheting edges on receiving blankets helps to keep me from eating too, however none of these activities are helping me exercise.
Here are some things I've made in the past few weeks to show what I do! First I have two different sets of animals I've made for the hospital. Forgot to take pictures of the first few.

My pictures are off color because I keep relying on the flash and need more light.

Here is my first effort at a prayer shawl made from left over bits of baby yarn. It's warm and soothing looking. I'm making another from a variegated blues and navy yarn.

And lastly here are two of the striped chemo hats I've made this month, the third one needs to be sewn together.

So, Phebe my friend, I'm not reading much but I'm calming my jangled nerves while clicking away on the knitting needles.
I'm starting on the spring dresses for the five grand-daughters too, but Lauren's gotten too big for my pattern. So now I either have to enlarge the pattern or find another one that is similar so that the girls are alike.
YIKES!! Oh and 12 scoops of mulch is arriving tomorrow(woohoo exercise), backyard needs mowed ( more exercise), taxes have to be picked up Tuesday, EriK goes to the podiatrist Tuesday too, I have to file for Senior/retiree Homestead Exemption Wednesday or Friday and Volunteer Thursday(plenty of walking) -Let me get my knitting needles to relax a bit my friends.

Hugs and have a good week
Love & Prayers
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SHOOPETTE 3/31/2014 3:55PM

    They really are too cute! you have quite a talent!

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JANET552 3/26/2014 5:24PM

    I love all the things you made. Thanks for sharing. I see you have your exercise lined up so you'll be busy with that -- plus all the other stuff.

I'm sorry I've not been a very good SparkFriend lately. John had an MRI today on his spine so maybe we'll figure something out. Meanwhile I'm carving time to see my folks between running John to appointments. Tomorrow he goes to PT for the gait analysis. I hope they have helpful ideas.

Hugs to you Ginie!

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    I really love your creations!! Especially the animals! They are sooooooooooooo cute. I wish I had your talent. I can't imagine how you find time for this with eveything you do! I'm tired just reading the list. LOL. I have several of the same things on my list to do.

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GABY1948 3/24/2014 6:39AM

    I also do crocheting and such to keep out of the food. I love the pets and the caps...especially the cap....these are emoticon

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MARTYLYNN1 3/24/2014 1:43AM

    I like to sew or do needlepoint and that helps me to keep from eating too.

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MILLISMA 3/23/2014 11:52PM

    Love all the things you are making. Sure they are enjoyed by all. The prayer shawl looks so soft and the colors so relaxing. Looks like you've been keeping yourself very busy.

Can't believe you are already mowing your lawn. I'm still picking up sticks and branches from all the wind and storms we've had. No sign of the grass coming to life yet.

Maybe I'll have to finish a hat I started earlier last fall. lol You're giving me the incentive.

hugs....Mary Anne

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NORASPAT 3/23/2014 10:03PM

    Oh How great they look. Little people must love those bright colors. WELL DONE Ginie, Thank you for posting them. I also like your Chemo hats I did make some for a friend a long time ago but not as lovely as your pattern.
My mother used to always have her crochet in her apron pocket. When she was not sewing I too could hear the chatter of her knitting needles, it is a very soothing sound to me.
Thanks so very much for your comments on my Blog. Having feedback is my way of feeling I am in a good place. It helps me to know how I am doing with some of my situations. Sending (((((HUGS))))) and so much love from Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LIVINGFREE19 3/23/2014 9:56PM

    I love the crafts you make, and the hats are so cute!

Have a great week!

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Bonne Maman's rantings! I do believe I'm going to make it.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

When it rains here it pours and I'm not talking precipitation although we've had our share of that lately.
I've been very busy with different things, some of them should give me great pleasure and some of them did but the stress factor has been rising here.
The rain & cold outside meant that the concrete contractors cannot come fix the slope of the patio yet. The water is running to the foundation wall of Erik's room-not good. I shoveled snow off, I've swept rain water away and I've contacted the Site foreman as well as the company in charge. Now I just have to wait for better weather. It's see-saw-Marjorie Daw with the weather around here.
I planted some of my garden, then the cold snap came back, and the wind and the rain. I'm protecting a garden I should have waited two weeks to plant. I pray I don't lose what I put out.
When the sun was shining and it had warmed up I tried to mow my lawn, even though I needed to clean house-I'd rather mow the lawn. Well the lawn mower wouldn't start so my neighbor and I put it in my trunk and I took it to Ace's to get it tuned up and running. 4-7 days the guy said, well it's been longer than that! I called yesterday-day 8 and it was fixed but not back at the store yet. My HOA will be sending me another nasty gram, I already got one, they want me to spread mulch. Okay, it's been raining, it's been muddy and I've got a pool in my yard where the water and melting snow collects-I really feel that is a priority.
OK! Ginie enough griping, put on your big girl panties-as your sister would say-and get on to something else.
From Thursday evening to Saturday morning I was inside and cleaned house-except for my office-my house was mostly cleaned. Oh and I worked on the stuffed toy animals for the hospital, and the prayer shawl too.
My eldest DGD and I went to the ballet Saturday at 2PM, timing was difficult but we had fun, she liked it and I needed to get out of this crazy house. "Mary" was delightful, part of Mary Poppins and some other works, decent entertainment for a Saturday afternoon. I rushed DGD home so she could enjoy her aunt's birthday party. Picked Erik up and I came home to clear of the tables ,and put on the tables with lovely shamrock cloths-sorry I forgot to take pictures. I baked two Chocoroon pies, waited until they cooled and then went to bed at 11:30. At 4:30 I was up cleaning onions, and carrots, putting the corned beef in the roasting pan and getting ready for church. I went to church, stopped at the store for butter-I forgot I needed some for the Irish bread and to make the Lemon Meringue pies. Thank God my DIL helped clean the potatoes and took over with the vegetables, my DD made the Irish Graham flour bread and we had dinner on the table by 12:15. I will NOT do that to myself again. I was trying to accommodate my youngest son and his wife by having dinner so early and was so tired I barely could eat (that couldn't have been too bad). We were 18 for dinner, my one DIL had to work, so we sent goodies home to her.
My week was filled with failures and successes. Things I planned did not come out the way I had hoped and in other ways things worked out. We all had a good time Sunday, my children and grands nearly wiped out the chocoroon pie, but left me with 1 and a 1/4th lemon meringue pies. O well, next year, if I make it there will only be one of those.
So what have I learned?
1 don't plan so much for one week. I cannot clean an entire house, mow the lawn and spread weed killer, prepare a dinner for 19 and take a DGD to the ballet in 4 days.
2. If the house isn't perfect who cares, it'll be dirty by the time the 9 month old, two 3 yr olds, 5 yr old and 9 year old get done with it-oh and don't forget their daddies traipsing in with muddy feet.
3. DON'T EVER PLAN A DINNER FOR NOON AGAIN! 1:30 is early enough.
There, I've learned something. Now I have to get back on track with everything I dropped to get that done.
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JANET552 3/26/2014 5:28PM

    I'm glad you survived!! I love your lessons learned.

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    Aller courage! and the food looked super good!

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INGMARIE 3/23/2014 11:28AM

    You are way to busy, sit a spell, LOL
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MILLISMA 3/22/2014 12:00AM

    Boy, that was a lot in not many days. Loved your lessons learned...especially #2. We don't always stop to think when we start planning things. Remember your lessons for next year!!! Your meal looked great and yummy. I never got to have corned beef and cabbage this week.

Can't believe your lawn is ready to mow. I'm still picking up sticks and there's no real growth out there with the possibility of !snow! this coming week. My poor little daffys are up but not open yet. Guess I'll just have to wait.

Hope you got a chance to rest after all of this.

hugs....Mary Anne

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    I can totally relate. Every year when it finally warms up I rush around like a chicken with it's head cut off doing all of this yard work and end up darn near killing myself. My body is too old for that kind of shock.

I have not planted any garden yet as spring is so far behind here. My crocus just started blooming today.

Your meal sounded wonderful and I agree about having a huge meal ready by noon. Way too early!!

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GABY1948 3/20/2014 7:14AM

    Oh, Ginie, I hear your frustration! And understand it. But live and learn...hope you get good weather so they can fix the grade on the patio...that is a BIG no-no...water coming back in!

It's over now so hope you get some rest and relaxation and that your garden is safe

Have a blessed Friday!


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PHEBESS 3/20/2014 5:27AM

    Wow you are busy!!!!! Time for a break - sit down, read a book, take a bath, do something un-busy for an hour or two!

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LIVINGFREE19 3/19/2014 11:32PM

    You have been busy! I am so glad my life isn't like that because I could never do it. You are so wonderful!
I hope things slow down for you so you can regain your sanity!

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NORASPAT 3/19/2014 10:55PM

    WOW you are faster than the white tornado.!!!

HUGS GINIE your meal looks great. I love corned beef but I could not find anything like low sodium. I loved it in England. but here it is very different. DH will not go near it at all. He has his picky moments and Saint Patrick's day is always one of them.
We had Saint George and when saint George and Saint Patrick were DE canonized, the Irish Catholics got him re-instated but Our Saint George was no longer a Saint. It was not a nice time in my neighborhood. HUGS Pat in Maine. I hope the weather will dry up enough to get the patio lifted. Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MARTYLYNN1 3/19/2014 9:48PM

    Whew!!! I got tired just reading your blog. I hope things slow down for you and you stress level gets less. I can't wait till we can get our garden in and the weather gets warm & stays that way. Hope you have a great rest of the week!

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Bonne maman's Valentine High!

Monday, February 17, 2014

SORRY I DID NOT GET TO SEND EVERYONE OF MY DEAR SF A VALENTINE-my keyboard froze up when I was of a mind to do it. What a trip. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Okay as a widow, emoticon I'm not too enamored with Valentines. Being half European means that I see the day for lovers, spouses etc. Having lived the most part of my life in the USA, I know that it extends to parents, children, grandchildren, friends and even church I sent Valentine's cards to my six grandchildren, my MIL, made one for Erik, bought a special candle for one of my DIL's who has been under the weather. Thursday child number four, Aaron called me saying he was being released from his overtime work at the hospital. He's an electrician and Tuesday after work, he stayed, slept ate and was paid overtime. He called me around 3:15 Thursday to say he was leaving work and was taking Friday and Saturday to be with his girls. His wife had to work, since she could only do some things during the storm (minus the 4+ hours they were w/o power). I found out they pay some of their staff $3.50 an hour to sleep there & they are fed-just so the hospital has some staff. Aaron works for an independent agent so his pay was different.So Friday morning my Aaron called and asked what I was up to.. my usual answer 5'2 1/2 " came out. I told him I really hadn't planned anything. Erik and I had gone out Thursday late afternoon 4ish to have dinner out of the house. So he said he'd like to come over with the girls for a while, but he was stopping at one of our friends on the way as the DH/dad has been in a hospital for several weeks. I said cool and continued my vacuuming and bathroom cleaning-it was on my list. He called again and said should I come now or go see Ma F first. Since I was still in pjs and I knew from talking to Ma F that she would be headed to the hospital-since she hadn't been there since Monday, so I said go see her and your buddies first and I'll see you in a bit. He arrived around 11:40 with my two middle granddaughters a home made valentines from the eldest and a card from his family. They saw Erik's room, I gave the girls their little t-shirts saying "My sister is totally Awesome", which they put on immediately as there were a few pink hearts on them.


My two middle boys-not asleep here.

My Valentine's table!

Erik asked me "what we doing for lunch?" Aaron said he was taking us out. He tried to get the eldest to do her snow days homework, he wanted her to work on it for 10 minutes. I said "bonne maman" and Natalie will work on it after lunch. So the girls played for 10-15 minutes then we went out for "good burgers" with sides other than fries! as my daddy son said. We had lunch, came home, put the 3 yr old down for a nap, and my two boys went in the sunroom and napped in the recliners. Natalie and Bonne maman worked on her homework, three worksheets and we had to read a Bible story. After that we quietly read a few books that I have in my children's library that they don't have at home. When daddy heard me reading, he said let me take a picture of the books you read mom, she gets credit for sitting and being read to-a kindergartner. In between times I went and checked Abbie, who was singing and playing with my old Valentine's bear from a long time ago. I said, I'm glad you like bonne maman's bear but you are supposed to be sleeping! She then hid her head under the fuzzy blanket -I just said: with your eyes closed Abbie! 15 minutes later she was out. My son was going to go in and be "daddy" and I told him, I've spoken to her, if she's not asleep in 10-15 you can address it. He went back to his chair and slept some more. I'm guessing the cots at the hospital were NOT conducive to sleep.
Erik and I were both Happy with our day, we enjoyed the visit. I don't see Aaron too much as he's always working and when he's not his wife is. The day was truly beautiful.
Saturday, my eldest and his wife came over and took us out to lunch. Sunday I had a Cenacle Companions Meeting with food we brought. I made The Spinach salad with strawberries, toasted almonds and a home made vinaigrette minus the Agave syrup-I'm allergic to that, so I use honey. It's one of my favorite Spark recipes.
So a week that started a bit shaky ended on a high note. I was remiss in logging my food though. My fitflex logged my steps, but I did not get in enough-but # 14 is "start over" so I'm going for my walk.
Happy mid -February!
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JANET552 2/28/2014 11:17AM

    I knew most of this from our phone conversation but I'm glad I read it because I got to see those two beautiful granddaughters and your two handsome sons. I love the views of your house too -- so light and airy!!

When are you going overseas?

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GABY1948 2/18/2014 12:23PM

    What a wonderful Valentine's Day! You are truly blessed, Ginie!


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BROOKLYN_BORN 2/18/2014 9:37AM

    What a nice day enjoying family.

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P.S. Your granddaughters are beautiful!!

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PHEBESS 2/17/2014 10:22PM

    Ooops, sorry, internet connection problems, double posted!

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PHEBESS 2/17/2014 10:11PM

    Sounds like a great day!!!!! (My mother always made a family Valentine's party, and we gave each other cards and little gifts - it was all about family for us.)

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    Your valentine's day sounded wonderful!! I stayed home and made a meal for hubby. LOL. Loved the pictures. You are really blessed!

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NORASPAT 2/17/2014 5:05PM

    GINIE It was no nice to read a wonderful Blog- I LOVED IT! I could not stop reading about your day and your family. Those kinds of blogs come from the heart and make me happy. I just wanted to HUG you it was such a perfect day. I loved the homework and reading with your GD that was what I used to do. I would take my Grands to our library and sit back and watch what they find. Sometimes I was asked to read and there often were a little puddle of kids at my feet.
I started a school library and read to kids daily for 13 years an unpaid volunteer librarian and I loved doing it. Thanks for your memories they brought back mine. HUGS emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon Special friend Pat in Maine.

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MARTYLYNN1 2/17/2014 4:02PM

    Sounds like you had a wonderful Valentines day and weekend! Glad you got to have so much time with your family!

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MILLISMA 2/17/2014 12:14PM

    Glad to hear you had some special Valentine's celebrations. Yes, being a widow can make this a difficult day. I miss the fun of finding cards in unusual places... like in the frig. So I pull up the memories. My son took me to see Monument Men (a great movie) yesterday and we're going out to dinner tonight. I love the Texas Roadhouse grilled chicken salad and take half of it home for lunch the next day. You really don't even need dressing on it.

Your granddaughters are adorable and look so cute in their new t-shirts and I'm sure it was fun to have them and two more sons around. Enjoy your walk and the warmer weather that's coming your way.

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from aargh to aaahhh

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Well Wednesday I posted a blog about my horrible behavior Tuesday and said I would work on it. Discussed with Janet last night that I had a much better day.
1. Prayers and scriptures read yesterday and today.
2. partial lists made-better than none.
3. tracked my food.
4 Exercised with Leslie Sansonne yesterday and went and shoveled snow and ice for 20 minutes this morning-Erik called me in to make his oatmeal, so I took a breakfast break.
5. result of a little exercise= temper down and BP down.
6. Setting goals for a positive attitude-reduction in SAD-helped that I talked to a few friends and went outside.
7. Yesterday I did do the laundry, ran the dishwasher and read.
8. Today I will vacuum the house-Rosie is not doing it for me.
9. I will do the reading for Sunday's group lesson
10. I will do some sewing or knitting. I have at least 6 projects I can work on.
BTW: Erik backed off and let me have some TV choices yesterday too. So blowing up made him realize he's not the only one trapped in the house.
Thanks to all for their support. Gaye, I know better than to skip or cut short PRAYER/SCRIPTURE time-I always pay.
Now, to do some vacuuming and when my shoes, socks and gloves dry, I'll go out and shovel our 3+inches of snow and ice off the driveway. Optimist here. A neighbor's car is stuck in the road by my mailbox-at least they didn't take it out, and another guy gave up after 3 tries going up hill to get out of the subdivision on icy-snowy roads. Another neighbor will try to plow the main drag and my drive(what I don't get shoveled) today.
I'm doing better Thank YOU ALL.
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BROOKLYN_BORN 2/16/2014 4:38PM

    I glad to hear you're doing better.

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GABY1948 2/15/2014 6:35AM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon I KNOW you know better, Ginie. Been there, Done that as they say.... I have gotten caught in the same busy-ness of life and it always jerks us back to reality....I am SO very glad that you have had better days!

God Bless, Ginie!!!


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LIVINGFREE19 2/14/2014 10:26PM

    I'm so glad that you are doing better, my friend!


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SHOOPETTE 2/14/2014 4:00AM

    C'est super!

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    it's sounds very dangerous there and I hope you won't try to drive on that ice.

Exercise really helps me too and I have to get outside. I worry about falling but sometimes I have to risk it.

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MILLISMA 2/13/2014 12:33PM

    Glad to see you survived the storm. I kept checking the weather channel and this is one nasty little bugger. I find that a list always helps me out even if I don't get to the entire thing done and save some for next day. It's just that visual and it always feels good to check it off!!! You sound so up today - love it.

Just shoveled for 2 hours while my son ran the snow blower. Have the back deck done and the driveway looks pretty good. Looks like we got about a foot. Had to come in since the wind had really picked up and it was raining. Soaked right through my coat. Right now we're having a bit of a break, thank God. It should all be over by early tomorrow morning but we could get a few inches Friday night into Saturday. Like one of my friends said.....snow, it's the gift that keeps on giving!!!!

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MARTYLYNN1 2/13/2014 12:16PM

    Glad to see you sounding better today. Our weather has flipped & now we have a heat wave. This is the second day in the 50's! Our snow is melting fast. Maybe our warmer weather will make its way to you soon.

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NORASPAT 2/13/2014 11:42AM

    Thanks GINIE you are a shining example of plan it and write it and get it all done or the majority at least HUGS and much Love Pat in Maine. emoticon mm emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon m

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JANET552 2/13/2014 10:32AM

    I'm glad to hear your positive attitude coming through in your blog!! Sorry about all that snow -- it looks miserable down there from what we can see on TV.

I believe a lot in exercise to help improve one's outlook. Fresh air too. Keep pushing, Ginie!! We're all cheering you on!

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