Sunday, April 01, 2012
Well, Tim left today to do his job training in Arizona for the Western regional driving job. I was a royal wreck this morning. Crying, crying, crying. You know it's going to be a long day when you wake up crying. I cried all through church. And then I had no more tears, so I napped for a few minutes, then got ready to take him to the airport. I went thrift shopping after that, didn't buy much, just roamed to keep my mind off the situation. When I came home I read a bit, watched a bit of TV, cleaned up a bit then realized it was just about the time we usually go on our daily walk. So, I hit the streets, 3.4 in 50 mins. Not record breaking, but overall good.
I am happy he has this job opportunity, very happy. And he is pretty happy too, which makes me glad to know he's excited about it. I just really had become so used to him being here that I went into a bit of panic this morning. Overall I feel better right now. The exercise has a way of doing that for me. I might even do another 2-2.5 miles later once the sun goes down a bit more.
My goals while Tim is gone over the road is the continually shed the pounds by consistantly watching my calories and exercising everyday. I also have some personal goals of deep cleaning the apartment, organizing all of the closets and storage and cabinets. I would also like to get a substantial new "cookbook" started for when he is home of healthy and delicious meals that he can have when he's home and to take on the road. I have slacked off on the cooking lately and we've just been making salads, tacos, sandwiches, soup, that kind of thing. I really want to get back into some better cooking habits, esp. since he will only be home a few days a month, gotta make those few meals count!!!
I am really thankful that I have some many positive outlets now, compared to when he was over the road in the past. I have SP of course, also Pinterest, FB, all my android games and my new Rosicrucian community, not to mention church and bible study. I have a good number of social and engaging outlets that I did not know about or have in the past, and this makes me very happy. I'm so thankful for being a part of this community. The whole SP experience has been truly life changing. I must admit it's my thoughts and not my body that has changed the most, but you have to start somewhere right?!!!!
Hope your weekend was worthwhile, and smile provoking. Catch you all later!