I really wish that I could be more consistent with blogging.
Or that my posts each had a theme, with the thoughts tying together.
But blogging has been kind of an after thought lately.
I love it, and I want to keep doing it as often as possible.
There are so many times throughout each week that I think "I have to blog about that" or
"Wouldn't the whole blog world be excited to hear about how great this day was!!!??"(Maybe not though, because I always get excited about really little things that no one else cares about.)
But life has been so busy lately!
During the week, I do nothing but work and train. I get up early, run, lift, go to work, go back to my dorm room, eat dinner, and go to bed early so I can do it all over again.
During the weekends I catch up on errands (grocery shopping, doctors/dentists appointments), and I PLAY. And I play hard:
Going to Generation Church Downtown Thursday night and getting rocked by Jesus with a whole bunch of awesome Boise State kids.
Fanci Freeze ice cream (a dipped cone for me... chocolate and coconut!) to follow.
And Merrits (an all night diner) with about thirty GDCers.
And family coming in to town.
And getting up after four hours of sleep and running for two hours.
And family breakfasts.
And volunteering at the Ronald McDonald house.
And watching car races at a speedway (new experiences, anyone?)
And going to opening ceremony parties!!! Let's go America!
This hasn't left very much time for blogging. But I wanted to say a few things today. Because some really important things have happened this last week!!!
1. Anthony, my brother in law, got home from Afghanistan on Friday. We met him at the airport - he met his son for the first time.
2. The Olympics started. I am obsessed with the olympics and that is all I will think about/talk about for the next two weeks. And I'm also obsessed with London (In case you didn't read this blog from the beginning, I talk all about my obsession here) so I am on cloud nine right now. I will be British one day. I love tea and the queen. It's perfect.
3. I hired a Sport's Nutritionist. With all of the running I'm doing, I really feel like it's necessary right now to get some help in that department. I know all about eating healthy and stuff, but I need to know what to eat to perform well. And I want to perform well. So I'm taking this step. It's a pretty big step. I'll write more about it later. But I will say that I think it might be exactly what I need to get me to the Olympics in the marathon one day :)
4. My brother's wedding is in less than a week! It is going to be a huge weekend event because it is two hours away... I'm so excited!!!
How cute are they???
I'm off to enjoy the rest of my Sunday, but I'll try to pop in more this week. I have had so many thoughts lately, and I just have to figure out how to put them into words!!!
Have a great rest of the day bloggers!!!