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I started this blog 18 days ago and I enjoy sharing and getting feedback from you all.
I wanted to say thank you to:
  1. Everyone who posts comments.
  2. People who I bump into that comment on how they appreciate my writing (misspellings and all :).
  3. Countless others who quietly read or follow this blog.  You know who you are! 
I find this blog to be a creative outlet for me when I'm not able to do artwork and it helps me stay focused on my goal for a healthy lifestyle.  I must say it also helps me pass the time during these cold winter months (not that kids keep me bored by any means)!  I look forward to sharing all I can with you in hopes that you to will find some meaning/perspective that applies to your life when it comes to diet, health and well being.  Thank you a million times for being a part of my journey. We can learn allot from each other.  It means more to me than you'll ever know! 

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  1. Sonya, I really enjoy reading your blog. The thing that inspires me most is your determination and your motivation. I remember how hard it was to get motivated to get to the gym! I have not been to the gym in over 4 years, but I do try to get out and go for a walk on a regular basis. I find the walking fits my needs better than going to the gym, plus it's free. Anyway, I really admire you, and love to follow your blog. Keep it up!

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