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Craziness

What a crazy week!  I didn't know if I was coming or going, I had so much going on it seems.  My poor brain was fried.  So, finally had a moment of sanity to check in.

I've finished week 2 of Cayston & going strong.  Lungs feel clear as ever - I think its helping with the pollen too (if that's possible?!!?).  Everything around here is yellow - STILL.  Its so gross.  Usually, I feel like my head is about to explode and get a little congested, but I'm feeling great (knock on wood).

I've done Zumba for two weeks now with some friends & we are addicted.  Also been doing great at riding my bike - we put in a little over 10 miles last week.  I'm missed exercising these past few months.  I feel energized and motivated after exercising.  We rode about 8 miles on Saturday and I felt like I could keep going! 

Will's determined to lose some weight & I could spare a few myself.  Although I enjoy winter & my extra padding, its time to burn it off for bathing suit season...which is pretty much here.  One day it is 50 and the next its 80 - got to love South Carolina weather. 

I had a great weekend - the highlight: I went to visit a wonderful friend & her newborn baby boy!  He was such a little cutie, I held him the whole time I was there & he slept like a rock.  Got to catch up on our girl talk too!  There's nothing like holding a newborn - they are so small & it makes you realize how precious life is.  They make the cutest faces and funniest noises too!

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I'm back!!!

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I never thought about losing a parent before.  As I grew up, I lost my grandparents and understood that I would have to worry about losing others as they too got older.  But, I never imagined being 30 and having to think about a parent leaving my life.  What a scary thought.  It definitely got me thinking.

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I am not done with my parents.  I still need them ALL.  I don't think that will ever change though.

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