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  1. 03/03/2009 - P.H.A.T. Chick Journal

    by , 03-04-2009 at 01:29 AM
    The weather today is MISERABLE, and I swear that my motivation to exercise and eat right is tied to how sunny it is outside!!

    I didn't do badly today, but just no energy still, so everything seems to take a lot of effort.

    I did do 40 minutes on the treadmill, although I didn't do sit-ups, push ups, or free weights. I did do a little shoveling of compost and garden soil, and I had to haul a couple of armloads of wood up a flight of stairs into the house, so maybe that ...
  2. Go Hawks!

    by , 03-04-2009 at 12:54 AM
    I went to the Blackhawks game with some girlfriends tonight. My friend T.'s boyfriend has season tickets and he gave them to us so that we could have a girl's night out at the game.

    Ended up spending $19.75 on dinner and a beer at the game. Not too bad for a girl's night out.

    P.S. The Hawks won!! Woo hoo!
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  3. He's being difficult!!!

    by , 03-03-2009 at 09:49 PM (Travelling on the frugal path to Freedom)
    Ok. so the bank called back, with more information.

    Since prime went down today, they are thinking the fixed rate will go down a little too. GREAT! He told me there was a closing fee $299. Fine, better than the $500 I was anticipating. And he apologized, he made an error, 4 year is at 4.29 and 5 year at 4.39

    Dh is now on the fence over 0.1%! He wants to shop around. If we move the mortgage, we have a $700 penalty to pay, plus whatever closing fees.

    Over the ...
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  4. I'm excited

    by , 03-03-2009 at 09:04 PM
    I keep trying to tell people about swagbucks and how you can win just by searching. Well they have a flick r show now and they picked people's pictures to put up there and I was one of them. Here's my picture of me and my prizes here's the link http://www.flickr.com/photos/swagbucks/page3/

    I am happy.
    http://swagbucks.com/?cmd=sb-register&rb=273125
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  5. 3/3/09

    by , 03-03-2009 at 01:59 PM
    The play was amazing. It was beyond theatre in the round, it was immersion theatre. The goal was "Shakespeare for the next generation" and it was billed for 13 and up. There were many many young teens there. The audience was on the stage, the action happened all around. The kids were sitting on the steps, sitting on Juliet's balconey. I cried at the end, barely held back sobs. The only thing wrong with it was that my ODD was 5 years too young!

    In other areas, things ...
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