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Crazy, yet refreshed

Oh, how I feel so very much better today!  And I'm going to enjoy it for as long as possible! What do I attribute this to:

*volunteering was particularly awesome this week
*the sun was out
*uber gave my sister and I a rose!

*yoga helped, as well as the stories and thoughts shared there.  I did bruise my chin attempting a chin stand & I loved it.
*i made two new friends this weekend - one at the gym, one at a coffee shop
*a couple dates
*celebrated two friends birthdays

*high quality friend catch-up time at a wedding.  As well as meeting new ones too!  One of the ladies at our table is from Barnhart and went to SEMO.  What's the first thing I asked?  Did you participate in the gum tree?  She enjoyed it.  I remember when I visited my friend Jess at SEMO freshman year I made her participate and said it was a rite of passage (even though I never heard of it until she told me ;)

candy heart favors

I'm exhausted.  

And now I'm in North Carolina for the week and I got to watch the olympics on the plane for free.  I'm going to try my very best to hang on to these good vibes for as long as possible.  I mean, does anyone else feel like the work week is just too long?
And to wrap up Valentine's Day weekend, I'm still obsessed with this project...

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