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Ready for the weekend

Friday, April 15, 2011

This has been a long week. I'm so ready for the weekend! We have to go to Walmart tomorrow (lord, help me). Then its laundry and grocery day. Oh, and I have to buy the new Harry Potter movie. I've already watched it on Fast Pass TV, but I still have to own it. lol

I ordered a new workout dvd set. 10-Minute Trainer, from the infomercial. Its got 5 or 6 discs, so I can do several combinations, and work up to an hour or so. I'll let you know how I like it. I guess the guy that made them is the same guy that made P90X. I know I'm nowhere near ready for that, so this'll do till I'm in better shape.

I'm headed to bed early. Have a great weekend everyone!
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  • TISHA80
    I hope you have a great weekend! :) I don't mind Walmart so much, but it can be pretty busy on Saturdays. I have to go there today, too.
    3652 days ago
  • no profile photo CLOSED__ACCOUNT
    I kinda like going to WalMart, and usually spend more than I intend to. But you're right, it's nasty-crowded, especially on the weekends. Mine is open 24-hours, so I can shop at 2 am, and it is soooooo nice when everyone is gone!

    I also envy you getting rid of the hubby for a week. Love 'em to death, but they can drive you nuts. Alone time is nice. And no underpants to pick up off the floor!
    3652 days ago
    I don't mind Walmart on the weekend so much, but my husband would rather have a root canal! emoticon Have a wonderful weekend!
    3652 days ago
    Oooph! I hate going to Walmart because of the crowds, and that goes doubly so on weekends. Walmart and Costco are the two places I try to avoid on the weekends if at all possible. Unfortunately, it always seems that something comes up on Friday evening which means I have to go to one of the two nearly every Saturday morning.
    3652 days ago
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