I’ve only got two hours before it’s time to hit the hay, and end this weekend on a quiet, calm, positive note. Continue reading
I’m pretty pumped this morning. Aside from a stupid little twinge, my hamstring has healed at a rapid rate. I start with the bike tonight, hoping to be back running in perhaps one week instead of two. This is very encouraging for my wandering mind.
Today, as a whole, made absolutely no sense. It was some disastrous day, but man…it was a strange, very long one.
Note: Grab popcorn
Now, I love my job. It’s fun, exciting, and challenging. It is a job where I forget that, well, it’s a job. However, to access the office that is so dear to my heart it requires a 86 mile one way trip. Even with my lovely little Mazda3 that’s still a lot of ground to cover, nearing 180 miles a day. That means we, as a family, spend a lot of money on fuel. Continue reading
Here’s some hard truth for you (really for us)…
Since the demolition of the Kansas City Shock, and probably a little before that, Darco and I have been attempting to get finances back on track within our household. I want to let you know that if there is something that I struggle with greatly it is easily money management. When I don’t have any, that’s when I see everything that I could ever want to purchase. I know that I’m not the only one in this position, but I’m just showing you what goes on in my head. Continue reading
Welcome to my breakfast nearly every day of the week, with the same process:
Organic Peanut Butter
Dark Chocolate (72% and up)
…after polishing that heavy weight off I enjoy my one cup of coffee of the day.
This is the beginning of each day…
So…a few days ago I ran a favor for the store that Darco works at.