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    Good morning EVERYONE/Warm Weather/No Pain
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    sexymamma12 posted:
    Good morning to everyone our WI day is gonna be hot and I'm glad because the change of season and weather is starting to make me sore on more days, I'm noticing. Less stress the kids are still sleep, I have eaten breakfast and I will do some stretching if the dogs don't try to wrestle with me. I will be doing some volunteer work today and I am looking forward to it, when I help the community, it makes me feel good as well. Today seems like it will be better and I hope you all have a nice weekend with as less pain and stress as possible. I will continue to love life, live it, and take on anything that comes my way BAD or GOOD. God bless.
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