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So I'm sitting here in my office trying to down my first official Body By Visuals shake. It's not very tasty but I may very well have mixed it wrong seeing as how I didn't follow any recipes I just threw some ice from Sonic, a hand full of blueberries, 2 scoops of shake and some almond Silk in the blender. Don't get me wrong, it's not the worse thing I've ever tasted it and I'm sure that once I get  used to it I'll love it - espeicailly if I see some results. It is true that it tastes like cake mix batter. A lot of the reviews I've seen view that is a good thing. I however and not so fond of cake mix batter that I can drink two cups of it a day and be happy about it. But of course, that's just me.

On to other things - my aunt Lill passed away Monday after a very brave fight with pancreatic cancer. She was (and still is) my favorite aunt. I'm going to miss her. I won't go into details, but what I've learned is to never ever not tell someone how much you care about them. Never vow, to never talk to anyone again. Always work out your differences and always let people know just how much you love them.

If you ever really love someone one, you never stop loving them.


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