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May 23, 2019

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Happy Thursday!

I've had to keep telling myself it was Thursday. I don't know why, but it felt like a Friday. I suppose that is the exhaustion talking emoticon

It was a busy day and my stomach has just felt off since this afternoon. I'm guessing that it's just from eating too much extra crap lately. Hopefully it settles down and tomorrow it feels better.

Anyway, I got my workout done and the usual - get boys up and out the door, shower and breakfast. I did get the dishes done and the bed made before I headed in to town for rehearsal with the 7th/8th grade choir. I came home and had my lunch and watched a few episodes of Cheers before heading back to rehearse with the 6th grade choir. The 7th and 8th graders came down at the beginning of class so that we could run through Bohemian Rhapsody with all of them together.

I brought Jacob home with me and just took it easy until it was time to go back for the concert. The concert went great. I am definitely glad that it is over though. The down side is no accompanying again until fall. I'm both happy and sad about that. It sounds like schedules are changing again next year, so who knows what my days will be like. I am going to enjoy the break though.

Goals:
1. Nutrition: too much junk again.
2. Fitness: Day 4 - 21 Day Fix Extreme Real Time: Lower Fix Extreme.
3. Personal: Read my Bible and devotional. Phone time was down quite a bit. I will have my prayer/journal time before bed.

Tomorrow - grocery shopping and then nothing! I need to recover from this concert. I am beat!
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  • DETERMINEDJANET
    Glad the final concert went well. Enjoy your break....it will be over before you know it!
    147 days ago
  • XNANNY
    Enjoy the summer and your boys!
    147 days ago
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