SdashS wrote: »
needed to brag to somebody about my good choices.
pearso21123 wrote: »
This is not a NSV, but I thought I'd share because I thought it was hilarious, sad, and true all at the same time. Maybe it will help to motivate someone to their own NSV. Now I will forever think of "The Blerch" when I'm feeling lazy.
"The terrible and wonderful reasons why I run long distances"http://theoatmeal.com/comics/running
PinkyPan1 wrote: »
I accompanied my youngest son (29 yrs old) to the doctors today for an EMG. I was sitting in the waiting room when a woman my age asked me if "my husband" was having trouble with his back. It was only us two in the waiting room and I looked at her and asked if she was speaking to me. She said she was and repeated her question. I smiled and told her that was my son and no he was here for an ankle injury. Her jaw dropped and she said "there is no way you are his mother." LOL She left and a nurse came out and said "your brother" is the sweetest guy ever!" I smiled and corrected her and said "my son is an awesome man and I am very proud of him." In less than 30 minutes I was told twice that I do not look my age. Whether these ladies meant it or not they made my day.
theawill519 wrote: »
70 pounds lost and my wedding dress fits again... Happy tears!
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