If we were having a glass of wine, I would tell you that life has been incredible. It’s been beyond busy, which has taken a toll on my writing and running. Yet it has been the happy kind of chaos.
If we were having a glass of wine, I would tell you that David and I had dinner alone the other night. We had a chance to reconnect (aka not talk about the girls). It has been too long since we have had that couple time. It was nice to remember why we married one another! Continue reading
It appears I took most of January off from this blog. It was a good thing. I was overwhelmed and way over-committed. If we were having a glass of wine, I would tell you why…
If we were having a glass of wine, I would tell you when I took office on the School Committee last year I never imagined I would have no life the entire month of January. I knew budget season was intense, as a spectator. I had no freaking idea what it meant when you were on the team. It meant 3-4 nights away from my family. When I was home I was poring over budget documents, trying to find ways to save money in a $30 million budget without cutting programs that make our system great.
I would also tell you that if you want to lose those 5 holiday pounds you put on during December, join the school committee. Since you are never home for dinner or snacks you will lose those pounds by mid-month and a few more before February. Continue reading
If we were having a glass of wine, I would share with you that I am excitedly looking forward to Saturday. It is kind of weirding me out, the fact that I am actually going to attempt to run 13.2 miles (hell yes, I’m counting the 0.2). I know realistically I will walk some of it, but I’m okay with that.
I would remind you that my first goal was to finish the race without being last. That goal evolved to just finishing the race. Now the goal is to finish the race without needing an ambulance. I would promise to let you know if you need to attend my funeral. I would also promise to stop talking about the race. Continue reading