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An Update

Sep 15 2009

This is my life (for the past 2 weeks):

Wake up, sleep, wake up, sleep...........wake up, get out of bed (ie get out of my car) walk 15 feet to work. 

Work from 7am to 4 or 5 pm.

 Go to school and study before class which starts at 6:30 or 7 every other day and goes till 9:20.(No Class Friday)

After class, go to the gym near work, work out.

Go to work, shower, study, watch some movies then go outside to my car and sleep. 

 On Fridays I drive 3 hours to South Lake Tahoe then come home Sunday.

 I'm actually getting pretty good sleep, but still, this schedule is a little rough on me. I'm certainly counting my blessings, but I think the loneliness during the week is taking it's toll. 

 



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written by judylissette, October 08, 2009
Wow, and I thought I was busy! I work, go to school, am a single mom, and spend time with my boyfriend and daughter. Guess if you can make time for working out so can I! I'm glad you are doing well. Your hard work will pay off in the end, especially with school and working out.

Take care!

~Judy
written by Wes, October 22, 2009
Thanks for the positive words Judy smilies/smiley.gif

The working out is essential, otherwise I can't sleep and will get manic. It's like beating my body into submission. I could stop anything else, but not working would be worst.

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