A two-minute blog...

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Ok, so i have like 2 minutes to write a quick blog before I go out with my momma to shop for some new running kicks. WIN!!!

The Good News:

I did really well on my finals and brought my grades up (after a bout of depression led to some pretty terrible grades mid-semester). Go me!

I had an amazing trip to Maine, relaxed my butt off, and read a book I highly recommend: People of the Book by G. Brooks. Also had just a wonderful time with my parents... I'm getting along with my mother so well these days, it's just been fantastic. My father and I have always been two peas in a pod, but my mom and I haven't always been tight, especially after my sister passed away.

Went with my grandma to her first chemo treatment, and she responded really well! (no nausea yet, just tired)

and last,

Tomorrow's my birthday! WOO HOO!!!

Ok, there is some not-so-good news:

I've completely slacked on my eating-- we literally had every meal out at a restaurant, which did not bode well for my waistline. I haven't stepped on a scale, and I absolutely WON'T.

i'm behind on my C25K training... like, majorly. But my first 5k isnt for a while, so I'm still on schedule for completing it on time.

k, gotta run... i hear my mom pulling in the garage! time to get new kicks!!! :)
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    Glad to hear your finals are over and that you did so well. There must be something going around Spark b/c I swear I keep reading post after post about people being crazy hungry or getting off track. LOL! I'm sure you'll be back on track in no time.
    2837 days ago
    1st off---you're profile pic is just too cute!
    2nd--your page design is super cute.
    and last--you've been thru ALOT!! give yourself a pat on the back for getting thru w/it all and just get back on track! Happy Birthday Tomoro--- emoticon
    2838 days ago
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