Kathryn T.'s Profile
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- Kathryn T. is taking time away from Daily Challenge and will be back on November 14, 2017.
I will be away from DC beginning tomorrow October 15, and will be back on November 14, 2017.
I will select the area under my kitchen sink. It's a total mess!! In fact, I foresee that it's gonna take me a while!!
Hoping all my friends on DC are having a wonderful Saturday!
I can name ONE person who motivates me -- my daughter. Mackenzie. I am a semi-social person, but most of my neighbors get their exercise by playing cards - and I don't. My darling daughter is a go-getter and can be found in the gym or walking. I should join her!
Thanks to Debbie, David, and William for their encouragement this morning.
This challenge rates very high on my to-do list. We have a food pantry at my church where I donate several hours every week to help out. This always gives me a "feel good" feeling! We usually list items that we are running low on once a month in the church bulletin. Much to my delight, the food pantry keeps growing!
Huge thanks to David S, Debbie B, Kaye C, and Cymry B for their kind words of encouragement.
Wishing one and all a beautiful Wednesday.
The question asked is "what good would you choose"? I choose ALL mentioned except maybe oatmeal. Not a big fan....but I love the dark meat of chicken and that was a choice. Woohoo!
I owe huge thanks to my encouragers - David B, Linda P, Paul T, Cherine K, Glenda P, William B, and Debbie B. Y'all gave me the get up and go, and for that I'm very thankful. I have felt very "punk" for the last 4 days; and today decided to join the ranks of the living. Haha. Hope everyone has had a super day!
Frankly, this didn't do a thing for me. Maybe I'll come up with another "challenge" - cause this one just didn't get it!
Thanks to David for his much-needed encouragement. And I'm thinking its time for me to change tracts!!
As one who "suffers" from hypothyroidism, it all came as a surprise to me. I had no symptoms. Luckily, my doctor discovered it when running general tests during a physical. This was 30 years ago and now I take 1 pill every day and probably will for the rest of my life. So glad my doctor was on top of things.
Thanks to my encouragers today - David S., Wanda F. (Roo), Sir Paul T., and William B. in SF. What would I do without you guys?!
Wishing all of you a marvelous Monday.