[X] January - tracking daily [X] February - Paleo/low-carb [ ] March - 10 min exercise per day - minimum [ ] April - back to tracking - but focus on staying in range daily [ ] May - back to exercise - now add in running out of doors and increasing distance [ ] June - ? [ ] July - ? [ ] August - ? [ ] September - ? [ ] October - ? [ ] November - ? [ ] December - ?
I'm a veterinarian :)
My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for a long time, something about which I blog quite a bit.
I'm not sure how good I will look in the skorts but I'm weird and I don't care really. LOL. I have to feel comfortable. My entire life I have never really worried about my appearance. I'm a confident person and have found that most people are attracted more to qualities like that than to looks. LOL. I know where I am lacking and I don't worry about it. I'm fat, I'm terrible at higher math, I can't stand people who are constant victims, aka whiners who blame all of their problems on others. LOL.
My house is cluttered due to dragging 3 households of things here when my family died. But we are working on it. I'm downsizing. Getting rid of things I don't want. i will never be the housekeeper my mom was. Of course she has a maid in later years. LOL.
The maltese pooper is disgusting! I had a blue maltese and she was a good girl except that she would bring mice inside and put them in her food bowl before she ate them. She always left a tail or a foot or a drop of blood or something. I'm not sure what it was about other than I always thought she was saying, "See, I can supply some food too!" LOL. Yuck.
Thanks for the comment on my blog! :D I agree with you about adult cats. At first my thoughts were "I want a kitten because an adult cat will have developed habits I won't like", but then I realized that... not really. I think dogs can really develop bad habit (although they can be corrected with some help) but cats not really. The only thing he's not allowed to do is get on the kitchen counters, he did it 4 times in a row; each time I just put him on the floor and then he stopped going on them. What a nice boy!