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Important realizations.

I had three important realizations recently.

First: True friends are the ones you have two completely unrelated conversations with at the same time. Next time I'll have to try to add a third On Voxer.


Second: I clearly have a love of chocolate and peanut butter when Pinterest begins suggesting chocolate peanut pins and nothing else. 




Third: Injury prevention is my latest jam. I was super excited to try out the new SLS3 Plantar Fasciitis Compression Foot Sleeves because I wake up almost every morning with tight, sore plantar fascia on both feet. These have definitely helped. I also keep a hard rubber ball next to my bed for days when they are especially bad.


I have also been adding more epsom salt baths to my routine, don't skip stretching after my strength workouts, and take the hubs up on his almost nightly offers to massage my legs.


And here are some other realizations that are more relevant to the general population:



Waffles FTW.



I already knew I have no self-control. Especially where ice cream is concerned.



Or Instagram.



Truth. Snoopy always knows.



 And then there's that.


Comments

  1. I'm glad that our next conversation option is voxer, not an actual phone call. This is why we are friends.

    PB and chocolate is life. And yet another reason we are friends.

    I love the funny memes you post. They make me happy. The Jimmy Fallon/ice cream one is especially true.

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