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Word to Live by: Colossians 1:28

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Word to Live by: John 20:31

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President Signs Military Spouses Residency Relief Act

I don't get excited about much, but I am very excited about this. I no longer have to do all the paperwork and go through the hassle of changing my residency every time we PCS (move). Plus, now I get to keep my residency with a tax-free state. BONUS!

Military spouses need to check the following article out. It gives more details about the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act (MSRRA). Also, keep in mind that this makes voting easier for military spouses!

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Engineer

en·gi·neer
?enj?'nir/

noun

a person who designs, builds, or maintains engines, machines, or public works.

synonyms: originator, deviser, designer, architect, inventor, developer, creator; mastermind

"the prime engineer of the approach"

verb

design and build (a machine or structure).

"the men who engineered the tunnel"

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Ultimate Full-Body Dumbbell Workout

I'm going to start integrating this Ultimate Full-Body Dumbbell Workout into my daily workout plan.

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This Is Why I Love You Trauna James

Trauna and I celebrated our 20-year wedding anniversary this July.

I found a song for us

MAJOR. - Why I Love You.

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5K Training Running Activity 3.26 miles

I hit the treadmill around 2:10 this afternoon, not really expecting to finish my run because of not feeling well yesterday. But I ended up running my fastest time for the 5K distance so far - 27:47.

I still run with Outcast playing in my Sansa player. The earlier albums are perfect for my pace.

Today's run time was 30 minutes total and I finished 3.26 miles. Overall, it was a good run. I have to change my heart monitor's "high" zone to be 185 instead of 180. I stayed around 160 for the first 2 miles and then hovered around 176 for the last mile. At the very end of the run, I hit 180 a couple of times because I was changing from shorter to longer strides.

Next run planned for Saturday. I'm going for 5 miles.