Wednesday, August 26, 2009


(A little David Bowie to get us started. LOVE Bowie!!!!)
OK, they are at school! It took a bit of doing to get them up (WG woke up in the middle of the night. otherwise she's an early riser. LG, not so much!). WG's bus was a bit late, and I had to enroll LG in school (even though he's been going there for 3 years?!?!?!), but now they are settled. Lg has an abbreviated day, but starting tomorrow, they will BOTH be going THE ENTIRE DAY!!!!!!! It's a like this whole new worl is opening up! Hubby and I can go to lunch! I can go to the pool BY MYSELF! I can actually clean the house.
OK, no exclamation point for that last one.
I haven't had this much time to myself since the first half of 2001. It feels...strange!
In a good way.

I also have a new Pilates class on Wednesday evenings., and another Friday mornings. So if all goes well, I'll be teaching 3 classes on Wed., and 2 on Fri., plus subbing and private training, as well as continuing my yoga teacher training (next one is the 18th...can't wait!!!!). I also signed up for a year of Bikram yoga, and will go as often as possible. Like, for example, when the kids are in SCHOOL!!!!!!
Finally, food. This may be TMI, but I GOTTA ease up on the cheese, lol! And dairy in general. A little bit is OK, but too much is NOT a good thing! Maybe I can try that rice cheese, y'know, to put on top of pasta and such. Not to eat by itself...Yuck! I'm also going to try smaller, more frequent meals. So I don't walk around like an extra from "Day of the Dead." (BTW, slightly off-topic, if you haven't seen "Sean of the Dead," you must! And then rent "Hot Fuzz" and "Run, Fat Boy, Run." Simon Pegg RULES!!!!!!!) I'm cleaning house, in more ways than one!
Sorry. Like I said, TMI.
Finally, having grown up in Massachusetts, I want to say R.I.P Teddy! You will be missed, and an era has definitely passed.

1 comment:

Crabby McSlacker said...

That's so cool that you have so much more time to yourself! And that's great that you're getting so many classes to teach and that you keep expanding your yoga knowledge!

(And I loved Sean of the Dead!)