Well…fashizzle! I’ve been busy neglecting my blog. April ended and along came May. I had a business conference in Orlando, Florida that kept me occupied for a few days. By day I was a information security auditor geek and by night I was a roller coaster riding fool. I flew my youngest daughter to Orlando so we could spend some quality time together.
By the time I returned home, hubs had already left for his 2 week Army training in Texas. We were two planes passing in alternate Universes. After a year of deployment, I can do two weeks standing on my head with one arm tied behind my back. Meh. I still miss him.
I also returned to a fun filled weekend. My girlfriends and I went to 80′s night at Zorvino’s Vineyard in Sandown, NH. Little did I know there would be a mini high school reunion. It was so great to run into and catch up with my high school friends Allison and Sharon. Now we facebook stalk each other
The next morning I went to the Andover Sportsmen’s Club to take my first ever archery class with my friend Maureen. I learned exactly how not to hold the bow. Only I could give myself a bruise that bad! Rest assured I quickly corrected myself and hit the targets. I had so much fun…and it’s something I’ve wanted to learn how to do for a very long time. Yes, even before The Hunger Games.
On Mother’s Day I ran in the first inaugural Fisher Cats Mother’s Day 3k race. Holy Moly it was hot that day – 85 degrees! At noon! And I ran each hill that came my way. I came in 103rd out of 189. So, that’s three races in two months. I have a five MILE race on June 17. I need to start running longer distances. Does anyone have any running tips for me?
And that brings me to now. On the 90 Day Challenge front I hit one of my original goals. I wanted to fit comfortably in size 8 clothes. Done. Boom! I had to see my doctor about my wrist last week and he told me to keep doing what I was doing because it is obviously working…weight wise, health wise, energy wise. And he wrote me a script for naproxen to take care of my wrist.
See you in a week or so!
Here’s to YOUR health!