Oh, and not to be braggy but last night, homework was done by 6. We ate dinner together, got little kids bathed and big girls showered, little ones were asleep by 7:56, and by 8 I had thrown in a load of laundry, gotten into pjs, and sat down to watch my favorite show with my favorite girls....
Biggest Loser was soooo motivating last night. I was actually crying!!!! Watching them run that marathon was so emotional and moving. I know that I am going to be so excited when I finish the half marathon! My friend called me and told me that she totally wants to run a full marathon now (she ran a half last year). I told her that if I could run the entire 13 miles, I'd train for the full with her for next year's.
Blah , blah, blah, marathon, marathon, marathon.... I'll stop now.
Did you ever see a movie that you read the book of, and felt like you had actually seen it before. I watched Angels and Demons the other night and could have sworn I had seen it before. Jon said there is no way I have because it just came out on dvd and we didn't see it in the theater. Crazy that the book is so descriptive and has such good imagery that I felt like I had seen it before!
Which brings me to the sad truth that I can't remember the last time I read a book. I read a few pages here and there but never seem to have time to read a whole one! Does anyone have any suggestions? I need the kind that you can't put down, that you stay up all night to read.... like the Time Traveler's Wife. Loved that one. Or A Child Called It. Or those Jodi Picoult goodies.
My brain needs some stimulation, hasn't been used in a while.