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December 15 – 5 Minutes – Reverb10

5 Minutes Imagine you will completely lose your memory of 2010 in five minutes. Set an alarm for five minutes and capture the things you most want to remember about 2010 

Five minutes, Five things –
Watching Teen Daugher#1 Graduate with honors, and then go off to college
Seeing Teen Son#1 make a touchdown
Crossing the finish line in the Walk for Life Fun Run
Date Night with my Dear Husband when we went to dinner, then drove around the park laughing and looking for a place to park in the dark like kids.
 

EMail Anglea Pea

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December 14 – Appreciate – #Reverb10

What’s the one thing you have come to appreciate most in the past year? How do you express gratitude for it? 

Only ONE thing?  Okay.  We’ll just skip the usual God-husband-kids-home and get straight to the crux.  The one that that I have come to appreciate this year is continued support and inspiration I get from total strangers as I work my way towards a long, healthy life.  Charlie, Lynn, and Jack Sh*t.

Bitchcakes.Doc Fatty.Mrs. Fatass.JBS.Christine. I can only hope that I’ve given a little back.  EMail Anglea Pea

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December 12 – Body Interaction – #Reverb10

Body Integration This year, when did you feel the most iBody Integration This year, when did you feel the most integrated with your body? Did you have a moment where there wasn’t mind and body, but simply a cohesive YOU, alive and present?ntegrated with your body? Did you have a moment where there wasn’t mind and body, but simply a cohesive YOU, alive and present?EMail Anglea Pea

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December 13 – Action – #Reverb10

When it comes to aspirations, it’s not about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen. What’s your next step?  

A step.  Literally.  Step out the door and start running again.  Slowly this time, with no injuries.  

 

And I seriously think that pink shoes would make it easier, don’t you?

 EMail Anglea Pea

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December 10 – Wisdom – Reverb10

What was the wisest decision you made this year, and how did it play out? 

I actually think I’m pretty smart, but not always very wise. Especially when it comes to my own health.   Sometimes I suprise myself, though.
 
This year’s moment of wisdom was not ignoring some odd things going on, not pretending it was nothing and hauling myself to the doctor.  Good thing.  Turns out I had a very large tumor.  It was benign (Praise God!), but if I had ignored it, the complications could have been a lot worse.

EMail Anglea Pea