Friday Confessional 7.19.13
Good morning, lovelies!
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Last week, one of the children in the dojo asked me if I was pregnant because my belly sticks out. Now the child is only about four years old, so I wasn’t upset, but I didn’t have the heart to tell her it’s a beer (wine) belly. However, it was good motivation to get back on track with cleaning my diet up and really making those jujitsu classes count. BTW, pull-ups stink.
I want to do a Run 10 Feed 10 race this fall, but I’m a little scared. I haven’t been running in a year or more, and it’s hard to motivate to start training in the 90+ degree heat that is July and August in South Carolina. I’ve downloaded a beginner’s training plan, but I think need a buddy on dailymile to keep me accountable…any takers?
|Run 10 Feed 10|
Last weekend, I made this one pot pasta recipe that Ricki Jill from Art @ Home shared on her blog a few weeks ago. It was so yummy. I can’t wait to see how much better it is when we have tomatoes from our garden to try it again.
I really don’t like pushy sales guys. Yesterday, a man dropped by my office without an appointment and tried to sell me on his email product based on fear. I’m sure he wouldn’t have acted that way if I were the typical insurance agent in South Carolina, which is 60-something male, but he kept trying to act like I don’t know what’s best for my company.
I’m in sales for a living…you get much further by educating someone on a product that trying to scare them. Needless to say, I showed him the door.
The Mister and I may have had a Wino Wednesday on Thursday evening. Pinot noir, a good dinner and hilarious television…that’s my kind of evening.
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