So I have been thinking of joining one of the aerobic classes. So today I looked up what was in for tonight. Step 1. I wanted to go. But this time I didnt want to go alone for the first class. I didnt want to be the only one not knowing the moves. A friend of mine joined the gym this week too. But she couldnt go tonight. So I called my sister and she already had plans as well. So I decided ah well I'll go to the gym and at least get in some cardio. I was on the tredmill when they announced the class was starting in 10 minutes. I gathered my nerve, put my mp3 player back in my locker and away I went. There were only 6 of us. I was the only newbie. The rest of them greeted me and were excited to have someone new. Very friendly bunch :0) This class was an hour long. I have never moved my whole body like that for an hour! OK there was like 2 half a minute breaks to get some water and wipe off the swett. Let me tell ya there was a lot of that! At the halfway point it felt like my heartbeat was in my face! I couldn't wait for it to be over. At the 3/4 mark we slowed down and did some stretches and then she made us do some ab work for 15 minutes. Man I felt the burn! At the end of the class the instructor said I was doing so well she threw in some Step 2 moves. I felt much better knowing that. There were a few that really confused me. By the time we were on the last one I would finally get it..lol! The T move, L move and tapping the corners was kinda confusing. Anyway I feel on top of the world now. Not only did I go alone but I did the whole hour! I feel great right now! This is a big accomplishment for me! The ladies even asked if I will be back on Tuesday and I so will be! So now I have some motivation to get me there on Tuesday and Thursdays! Yay!!! Did I mention I feel great? LOL!
Oh and get this!!! He said I was a hsade lighter form the last time I got a filling done (6 months ago). The Colgate Total whitening is doing it's job!
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So there's really not much new going on so I havnt posted. I still havnt ovulated even though fertility friend seems to think I hvae. I know my body. I got my coverline by 1/10th of a degree. If I had had a 97.6 instead of 97.7 that day there would be no coverline at all. Plus my temp is already down so tomorrow the coverlien should be taken away. It wont hurt....it's happened before. A friend of mine reassured me not to give up just yet. One of our friend ovulated on cd 40 and has a beautiful dd from it.
Kaila starts her first practice for Chorus tomorrow! I was in chorus too so I am excited that she is doing it. Their practices are before school on Tuesdays. Dave's not excited he cant lay in bed for 45 minutes like he is used to. My repsonse? Poor baby. Since Kindergarten I have gotten up and gotten her ready every morning. Most of the time all she sees is him running around late and acting like we all should be running aorund helping him. But then again he is a crab in the morning so maybe it isnt a good thing she will have to deal with him. I just wish he wouldn't act like it's such a inconvenience......I am sure if he knew ahead of time about the time and I wasn't in their lives she wouldnt be in chorus. He's not a bad dad. He just doesnt do much for her without me suggesting things. I think if she were a boy it would be different.
My cousin Nicki had her little peanut September 10th @ 9:10 pm. Holly Danielle (6lb. 10oz, 19" long) was in a little distress so she came via c-section. Mommy and baby are doing well!
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Salad anyone? ... Ewwwww! Look closely at the package. Just below the lettering.
Don’t forget this brand of fresh lettuce, folks. What probably happened is, the water the lettuce was washed in contained polliwogs and these became fresh new frogs, right in the packages. So if you’re looking for salad fixins with a little more “body,” then be sure and try this brand. Don’t forget, it’s the extra care that Mexican companies take that makes the difference!
He chose the name when he took a job working for the cashier of Wall Street’s J.J. Kenny & Co. after returning from the Vietnam War in 1968. Wisniewski was asked to pick a new name to avoid confusion with the cashier, whose name also was Frank.
But whether they called him Paul or Frank, those who knew Wisniewski found him to be a loving, charismatic man whose generosity was matched by his friendliness and uplifting nature.
Family friend Judy Knight told the Star-Ledger of Newark that her children called Wisniewski “Uncle Frankie,” and remembered just about every Christmas present he gave them, “the one gift that every kid wanted but their parents couldn’t afford.”
A Brooklyn, N.Y. native, Wisniewski lived in Katonah, N.Y. and Verona, N.J. before moving to Basking Ridge, N.J. about 10 years ago. He was a member of Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church and active in the Somerset Hills YWCA.
Wisniewski was past president of the Cashiers Association of Wall Street, Inc., past chairman of the Public Securities Association Municipal Bond Operations Committee and director of the Securities Operations Division of the Securities Industry Association.
Frank T. Wisniewski was 54, vice president for Cantor Fitzgerald and on his 104th floor office in Tower One died Sept. 11, 2001, a victim of the coordinated terrorist attacks against the United States in New York, Washington DC, and elsewhere.
He is survived by his wife, Carol Donnelly Wisniewski; children, 18 y/o Alexandra (13 then) and 16 y/o Jonathan (11 then) ; parents, Mary and Vincent and older brother, Vincent.
"Mommy I am so excited to go back to school! I know you are getting sick of me....cause I am kinda getting sick of you" I said well I am excited for you and kinda need a break but I'll miss you while your gone." She said, "Oh come on mommy you can admit your getting sick of me." LOL! I said,"Um I could never get sick of you but I can tell you are getting bored with me."...she said "Oh yeah! Ok I am not sick, just getting bored." LOL!
Here I could barely stop her before she went out the door:
Yes that backpack is as heavy as it looks!
Here she is waiting with the neighbors: