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Being Positive is a lot of work

Monday, January 14, 2013

Good Morning...

Friday night, James and I went to dinner and to the movies after my workout. We seen "This Is 40" which by the way was hilarious. emoticon Our date never ended until 2:30 am. I wish I didn't have to have him leave. He had a work at 6 in the morning.

Since I arrived so late from my date, I didn't wake up in time for Water Zumba emoticon. I barely made it to my counseling on time. That being said, I did clean and prepare one room that my best friend and her husband will be staying in. Tonight, I will be cleaning and preparing the boy's room. I went shopping on Sunday for toothbrushes, paste and things of that nature. emoticon

My current roommate is a little jealous that I prepared the room like it is the Hilton. I just told him its because I love her and like him! emoticon He will be leaving South Carolina but he won't be heading up with me to New York. He will be leaving next Thursday for Missouri. I am happy he is moving on but we can still be friends. emoticon

As for me, today will be the day I schedule my workouts for the week. emoticon I was going to get a alignment on Saturday because of time constrains that is now going to be on Tuesday, tentatively but no later than Thursday. emoticon Friday, I will be heading to New York and moving my best friend down here. I am so excited. I have been so blessed.

I am trying to remain as positive as possible with all the tragedy that is surrounding me. I lost another friend, Michael, this week to a head on car crash.

Update: My sister hasn't had the baby yet. Her due date is the 18th. The doctor told her that her daughter is 8 pounds. The ultrasound wasn't done because the tech was sick. Thursday is suppose to be another change to get an ultrasound.
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