me4life: I'm glad the new job seems to be going well. I think I'd be exhausted after a day like you had and you still made it to the gym! WTG!
Congratulations on 40 years of wedded bliss! It was ALL blissful, right?
I hope you have a wonderful day!
Ruth: How funny that she would give you gardening advice, but some people just like to advise, whether invited or not. At least you two get a good laugh over it.
Great job getting so much done last night and WTG making it to Day 4 with so much enthusiasm!!
Stephanie: It is really nice to see you back. Good luck getting your new routine down. Adjusting to that much change can be hard. We're here for you!!
Heather: Bummer about the allergies. I've been fortunate since moving out West and haven't had to deal with them. When we lived on the coast, though, I was miserable! I hope you enjoy the barbecue. We're dry rub folks as well and that does make it easy to stay on plan.
Cyndi: We'll be thinking about you and the rest of your coworkers come Thursday. Have a great time at the gardening class tonight! I wish I could hop on over there and participate!!
Sophie: Enjoy your day!!
Me: DH and I spent a majority of last night on our backsides watching tv. It was the season finale of Chuck and I was going to skip it, but was drawn in after the first 15 minutes. I did get the laundry caught up and am back on schedule with it. Tonight I will catch up on the cleaning since it's leftovers for dinner.
I had a TOUGH workout last night. I did a Firm DVD that I apparently hadn't done the full version of. (They have a shorter "express" version that I've done before.) Well, it was a lot of weights mixed with cardio and I'm feeling it this morning. Thank goodness tonight is an easy night and I'll just be biking, doing some Wii Fit and walking the dogs.
Well, I'm going to head downstairs to the basement. We're behind on the filing and everyone up here is too busy to get it done. That's what stinks sometimes about being the "second-in-charge"; the dirty work falls on my shoulders. Oh well, if I ignore the years of dust down there I can enjoy the fact that it's peaceful and that I won't have to deal with any customers today.