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124 - 131 : 365 Days

1. Veggie sub from Subway for lunch.
2. Mowing the lawn.
3. Having Toby feel better.
4. Dh making taco salads for dinner.
5. Cuddle time on the couch with dh.

6. Clomid, day 2.
7. Ann Taylor Loft on lunch.
8. Meeting dh for dinner. Sushi. SO yummy.
9. Having an evening at home by myself.
10. Dh getting home at a decent hour from watching the Penguins play.

11. Edging the beds.
12. Mulching the beds.
13. Picking up Mother's Day gifts without too much effort.
14. Reds game with family and friends.
15. Tracers and trails caused from clomid. This is good and bad.

16. Cleaning the house.
17. In-laws arriving at 11:30am.
18. Running a few errands while in-laws get comfy at our house.
19. Great lunch and frisbee golf.
20. Sarah*, a king charles cavalier, that my sister rescued...

21. Sore from P90X.
22. Called dr. about tracers and they said no more clomid.
23. Picked up our Race packets for this weekend.
24. Ran 3 miles exactly without any issue.
25. Tuna salad for dinner.

26. Getting calls all day from dh while he was off for a baseball game.
27. Mowing the lawn, again.
28. Turkey burgers.
29. Hanging out at home.
30. Eating outside for lunch.

31. Staying late at work. It's so peaceful with fewer people here.
32. Going to Zen Cha.
33. Running into the Book Loft.
34. Stopping by Ann Taylor Loft & Pier 1 on the way home.
35. A good nights sleep.

36. My lilac tree blooming!
37. Sand volleyball starting TONIGHT! Platinum league, here we come!
38. Fresh cherries.
39. Dilly Bars from DQ.
40. WW peanut butter ice cream.


SassyTimes said…
I really want to play frisbee golf this summer. Sounds like so much fun.
Megan said…
Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog about Paige's nursery!! I'm so happy with how it came out and can't wait for Paige to be able to see it (since she can still only see about 8 inches out!!) :)I will be sure to add you to my prayers for all the best in your journey for your little one!

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