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Blogging in 3’s

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Blogging is one of those activities that is kind of wierd for me. I can think of thinks to say all day and then when it is time to sit down and do it. I feel dumbstruck. Well, I came across a writing exercise in a magazine and decided I might just try it, so here it goes...

Use only 3 words. Introduce the idea. Clarify the thought. Make your point. Hit it hard. Shut it down. Maybe use 2. Only sometimes though.

10/29 -Three hard weeks. Less working out. More work travel. Some family issues. Little “me” time. Lots of forgetfulness.

Home is better. Separated the entryway. Better function flow. Not clean though. Bought a new rug. Sold the bed. Furniture needs moved. Time is limited. Exterior got painted. More yard work. It’ll get done. (is that 3.5?)

Things to begin:
- plan my meals
- get some exercise
- love my husband
- prep for trip
- store summer clothes
- clean our fireplace
- pull winter wardrobe
- cook some beans
- make squash soup
- eat more vegetables
- what is important?

Is that enough? I hope so.

Trick or Treat!! Went apple picking. Took grandkids out. Queen of Halloween.

3 days later. A new month. More health chances. Make better choice. Do good work. Time for family. Fun with friends. Live life well. 2009 almost over!!
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  • SHEILA1505
    Perfect Voluntary Simplicity
    ideal for readers.
    Well done thanks


    4208 days ago
  • ANNESTARR
    What a great post! I love the efficiency! I do notice that "me time" didn't make the list. I'm working a program as well, and I find that it's tough enough to find time and energy to do it well--how challenging it must be when you have work travel to deal with! I'm rooting for you!! emoticon
    4208 days ago
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