I have to say it's been hard to see the scale slowly move up. I know it's supposed to, but it's more that I realize how hard I have to work when all is said and done. The good news is I have all the tools and knowledge I need to get back to P90X and Insanity shape. And you better believe as soon as I'm able I'm hitting it HARD!!! For now though, I'm not going to worry about it so much.
I was able to attend the temple while my long time friend Steph received her endowment. It was awesome to see it happen so Congrats again to her. So glad I was able to be there.
I was watching a triathalon the other day and actually got teary eyed when I saw them cross the finish line, again I blame it on pregnancy. But it made me really want to do one. However, I should probably start with a marathon. I stink at swimming, and just doing a marathon intimidates the crap out of me. So baby steps, but they're both on my list. So a little shout out to Tanya who did a half marathon recently. I wish I were running next to you! You have definitely made some VERY positive changes in your life. It's very inspirational. When I'm done nursing I plan on training for one, a marathon, that is. If I'm gonna do it, It's gotta be the BIG one, mostly because it's the one that has me "walking" the other way. I would love some buddies because I need the motivation. Like I said I'm intimidated. So Tanya, Robyn, Tina, Becky, Brinley, anyone....?! I'm just sayin'...It'll be a few summers from now, but still.
On another note I'm heading to Los Angeles at the end of the month to meet Shaun T (Insanity), Tony Horton (P90X), Chalene Johnson (Turbo Jam), and work out with them. I'm headed down by myself, but no worries I'll be surrounded by thousands of Beachbody enthusiasts. I CAN'T WAIT!!! No kids, and pure fun for 3 days:) WHOO HOOO!
Tanner has started coach pitch baseball and he LOVES it sooo much! He is following in the footsteps of his father. I love to watch him out there, so cute:)
Last but not least we finally have central air. HURRAY! It took a lot of haggling, but I'm very pleased with who we chose. Honest and REASONABLE. Everyone else was clear out of the ball park. It was all said and done yesterday and I'm thrilled we no longer have to climb on the roof, fix whatever's wrong with the swamp this year, and suffer through the miserable wet, sticky, hot anyway, summer. The timing had nothing to do with pregnancy through the whole summer, either;) (yes, yes it did)
So there you go. My life thus far. Also we get to find out boy or girl May 14, so I'll be sure to let you know.