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6:00 AM

Currently, I am...

Loving that we can turn the heat off in our apartment and not freeze.

So full of junk food from the weekend. Please tell me I'm not the only one... I don't want to suffer in my guilt alone.

Wanting to try a kickboxing class and a barre class. Polar opposites? Maybe.


SO excited for fresh hair today. Nothing better.

Waiting on a lot of things (which is ok) including job interview results, babies, and company coming in town.

Mad that I found A SPIDER on my bed!!! I will not sleep this week. Great.

Needing a new book to read, because the fabulous one I've had is nearly over. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society: Read it! You'll be glad you did. In the meantime, point me in the direction of some good WWII historical fiction if you know of any!


Needing to catch up on the laundry, but what else is new?

Loving you readers. 

XO
Danielle




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17 comments

  1. I love The Devil's Arithmetic! It is such a good WWII story. I had my 6th graders read it, but I still really enjoyed it too! =)

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  2. you are not alone!! I started eating healthier this last week and this weekend ruined it. dang it! haha

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  3. Oooo! Barre class sounds amazing! I did ballet all through high school and stopped when I went away to college but there's really nothing that works your body like some hard care ballet!

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  4. Read The History of Love by Nicole Krauss. It is fantastic. Also, it's crazy to me that you still have the heat on. We've been using the AC for about a month now.

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  5. I loved the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society! Such a great story. The Dancing Floor by John Buchan is WWI instead of WWII, but is a great book. Another great read that is actually nothing like the Guernsey book, but I'm obsessed with it, is Shantaram. It's based on the author's insane life and includes an escape from a high security prison, India and their mafia, life in a slum, and wars in Afghanistan. Seriously interesting and very well written!

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  6. I loved that book, Danielle. You didn't tell me you were reading it. I listened to it when I was driving to Kansas, I think for your wedding reception, actually.

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  7. Weekends get me every time! I need to get back to work, and into a routine with my eating!!! I wish I had time to read....before children, I loved to read! Ugh- laundry, that's how I'm spending my day off!!!

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  8. Weekends are usually when I do the most exercise and eat the best, the week is when I sit around and stuff myself full of junk food haha! Love all of your randoms in your post :)

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  9. Kickboxing and a barre class sound awesome to me...get to combine feeling all powerful and then go and feel all graceful :)

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  10. Always wanted to talk on kickboxing (: I once had a LIZARD craw on my head. Another time a freaking roach fell from the ceiling onto my arm. Then another time a roach ran up my leg.... I guess I don't have the best of luck with bugs? Lol

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  11. Ha! Basically the weekends exist for me to abandon my healthy eating and working out. Therefore, Mondays are filled with guilt. Oh well! :)

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  12. You're not alone! I'm current detoxing from the weekend myself. :) xoxo

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  13. So No joke, I just ordered a DVD from Amazon called Kickboxing for Dummies. I took classes years ago and loved it and when I started my imaginary workout I thought of the things I wanted to do and that was it except I don't have some tight ass woman standing in front of me telling me what to do. Hopefully, this will work out in my favor if not I am only out $9 bucks.

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  14. I really liked that book, too!

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  15. Just remember - Spiders eat other bugs! We keep them around in our house!

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  16. Oh! I have been dying to try a barre class!

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  17. This book is amazing! I loved it.

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