Three Things Thursday

I went to the gym today so it felt like Friday- I really do just have a passing regard for days and dates and time…  Anyway! I eventually remembered it was Thursday and here are my three things for the week;

The EMPTY weight room.  I love working out alone.  I do enjoy company now and then but I don’t like anyone getting in my way so it was grand to see the vast emptiness all for me.  (even lasted a bit)

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Monday I played home school with my kids and Niamh made a very good graph.  She seems to have a good math brain in there and I’m trying to keep it fun for her.  The only kooky graph thing she did was try and put a 0 at the first tick mark…  we straightened things out

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and 3 – the fact that #3 is home and healthy and loving to do mass puzzles.  She actually dumps all the puzzles and then does them by fishing out a piece and putting it in the puzzle it belongs to.  Funny little girl.

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*three things that make me smile: an exercise in gratitude – feel free to steal this idea with wild abandon and fill your blog with the happy*

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3 responses to “Three Things Thursday”

  1. CupCake says :

    I can definitely relate to the being able to workout alone analogy, I like people but there is something to be said about “ALONE TIME”. While my children are now adults (by age only might I add) I can remember the time in which a combination of many puzzles was the challenge because the initial puzzle no longer met the need to be CHALLENGED! Thank you for sharing you brought a smile to my face when I remembered what that was like. 🙂

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  2. nerdinthebrain says :

    Gratitude and math in one post? Swoon! 😀

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  3. SYHO says :

    As I read this snippet from your blog about Three Things Thursday, it reminded me of a movie I watched recently where the hero , when thanked for his help , said” don’t thank me, please help three other people today and ask them to do the same..It became evident that after you start the chain with the first 3 then another 3 it grows into a big chain of three people helping 3 others and so on….

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