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Decisions, Decisions

This past few months haven't been terrifically easy around my house. To say the past 90 or so days have tried my patience is quite the understatement. As a family, we've had some big decisions to make. And it seems each time a decision is made, new factors come into play that make us question our decision. Add that to the fact that Livingstons (my maiden name) are ridiculously bad at making decisions (we don't make BAD decisions, we just can't make them in the first place), and it has been quite the ride.

I'm not trying to be vague; I'm just not ready to get into details. The reason I am sharing this is because the craziness of our lives is taking me to Sacramento this weekend. And I'm counting on my Saturday run to help keep me sane. So if you know any great places to run in Sacramento or live there and want a running buddy Saturday morning, let me know.

In the meantime, be sure to enter my 2Toms Giveaway.

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  1. I'm thinking of you. If you need anything, even just a hug, I'm an email away!

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  2. Good thing we have running to get us through the crazy times of life.
    Thinking of you and hoping all is well.

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  3. Hang in there!! Hope you have a great trip.

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  4. Hope the run in Sacramento goes well, and that the craziness subsides. Ugh.

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  5. I hope the crazy subsides soon. Making decisions is stressful. I hope you have a good trip and a great run!

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  6. I hope the crazy subsides soon. Making decisions is stressful. I hope you have a good trip and a great run!

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  7. Good luck! You'll make the right decision, just trust yourselves... Hang in there!

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  8. I'm not in Sacramento (wish I was) but I'm thinking about you. I hope your time in CA helps put things in perspective and your run really clears your mind, etc. Good luck and have fun!!

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  9. The Livingstons must be related to the Smiths. I am also bad at getting decisions made. And Boy do I have some to get made!!

    Good luck feeling confident in your decisions.

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  10. Now you are making me curious. Lots of love and hope you guys have a safe trip. I want to hear all about it when you get back.

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  11. Have a good trip - hope you find a great place for a run!

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