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Hi, I'm Krista, a friendly fitness fanatic in Fargo who believes family, cheese, new shoes, laughing, wine, prayer and peanut butter are the secrets to a well-lived life. Contact me at email@example.com
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
I think a lot of us beat ourselves up after devouring holiday treats, enjoying some wine or skipping a workout or two. I’m a huge advocate of healthy eating and consistent workouts, but there are a few reasons we need … Continue reading
Yesterday began with beautiful sunshine dominating our living room. I knew I could have sweets for breakfast to celebrate the end of lent, but decided on a banana topped with peanut butter. And of course, an Easter morning cocktail. Just kidding, that’s … Continue reading
On Saturday, after some quality relaxation/iPad/iPod/iPhone playing The sun FINALLY came out! We got ready, and took Country Boy’s parents out to our favorite restaurant, Sarello’s. I say we took them, but it was their treat. So, I guess they … Continue reading
The in-laws arrived late on Thursday. Friday we had lunch at the HoDo and Jayne and I shopped till we dropped. You can expect some pictures of some fabulous new shoes coming soon! We went to the movies to see … Continue reading
I can’t worry about writing pretty sentences. We have visitors on the way. Eric is home from a week of traveling. The weekend is in sight. Our visitors should arrive in an hour and a half. We can’t wait to … Continue reading
I used a new iPad app that that wakes you up in such a gentle, calming way that you hear it, but you just don’t open your eyes until you’ve hit 8 hours of sleep. No really. That’s what I did. … Continue reading
Do you ever take a bite of something and before you know it you are taken back to a special moment, place or memory? That’s what happened when we bought bread from Great Harvest yesterday. Great Harvest is a national … Continue reading
It’s the birthday weekend for a few people that I love. Starting with my amazing mother-in-law. When did I become grown-up enough to call someone a “mother-in-law”? But my mother-in-law is more than just a mother-in-law. She’s a friend, a … Continue reading
She will say she wants to be a doctor from the day you meet in sixth grade, while you can’t seem to envision a life past middle school. She will be such a positive example in high school of hard … Continue reading