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Our Nature Connection this month happened at the happiest place on Earth . . . Disney World!!! We were lucky enough to be there during the Flower Festival. It was amazing the things they made from flowers.
Everywhere we looked, even in Disney World, we were surrounded by nature!
Okay, so remember last week when I said that I wouldn't be posting every week for Project 2011? Well, I've changed my mind. It is a woman's prerogative, right? Right?!
This week I went to the gym again, but since we are on Spring break from Village Home, I couldn't go during Princess' class time. We talked and decided to give the kids' room a try. We were both a little nervous, but Princess loved it! My workout, doing Slow Burn, is quite short and Princess was disappointed at the fact that I was done so quickly. She wanted to stay and play. I promised her that we would go back again this week. She was ecstatic.
Princess had so much fun that she would like me to work out more than once a week, but with our busy schedule, I don't see that happening. Besides, the whole idea behind this workout is that it only needs to be done once a week! Yeah . . . I still think that totally rocks.
And at last check, I have lost 16 pounds. I know that living the Paleo lifestyle wasn't one of my goals, nor was losing weight, but I'm glad that I made this choice. It's easy once you're into it, the food is amazing, I feel great and the bonus is the weight loss. At 46, I was resigned to the fact that my metabolism had slowed down and my body was just the way it was. That is so not true! I have lost my muffin top. My clothes are too big. This rocks!
Nothing new on the photography front, but I'm very much looking forward to my community college class that starts in two weeks. It is a non-credit course, so there isn't a lot of pressure.
As for sewing, well, I'll save that for next week . . . but things are happening, slowly, but they are happening.