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Subject: Re: How are you doing? Date: 10/13/2000 9:40 PM
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AstridS,
Thanks for your post. I do recognize that I've made significant changes. I see it, I feel it.

"Weekly cleaning... I'm not doing it. I can't seem to find the time at one stretch, so I've broken it down, starting this week." I disagree here. You are too doing it, you're just breaking it down. I don't have time most weeks to do big blocks of cleaning, either. Those of us with jobs or small kids, normally don't have large blocks of time. You're still getting the cleaning done, I think that's fabulous!

Well, I really wasn't doing it! :-) I only realized to break it out and started doing it the day I wrote the post. but I'm doing it now! sort of...!

Anyway, maybe my post came across that I was unhappy with my progress? Well, I'm not... I recognize my accomplishments. I'm quite pleased, really, with how things are going. I'm realistic about what needs to be done. and I'm happy to have a vision of how things will look in the future - it's only difficult to not want it right now!

eob


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