Friday, September 21, 2007

Fair Day

Work is busy. I had personal training today, it kicked my ass. I am tired, but will persevere. Kerry and I are hitting the P-town Fair. Yeah, biatches. Oh well, happy Friday. "Only Robinson Crusoe had everything done by Friday." ~ Unknown

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Long Time, No Post

*Sigh* When things are busy, the blog is the first thing to go. I know, its sad, but unfortunately absolutely true. Actually what is more sad, probably, that I do not have that much to report. Well nothing of a huge interest to others anyway. I am officially working out with a personal trainer now, two times a week. I know that seems terribly impressive, like I'm all expensive and stuff, but really it's a choice I had to make and I choose life and health. So far after 2 weeks I can already see a difference, especially in just how I feel mentally. My company's buyout is progressing and will officially be completed on October 1st. Work has been so busy, which is good cause the days fly by, but bad in the sense that it does cause some stress obviously. Oh well, the end (ish) is almost in sight, so quicker the better. Kerry and I are journeying to the fair this Friday for our date night. I can't wait to go out with my wife! I love her very much. I have a friend right now, I won't name names, but I think she's in a bad relationship. She hasn't confided in me specifically, but I've heard things filter through the grape vine and am concerned for her. Or maybe not that I've heard things, but specifically its what shes not saying that tips me off. How do you help someone who is so in love, but maybe its with the wrong person? You can't, I've been there myself unfortunately. But just let them know you are always there for them, even if you don't support their decision. So to all my friends, I love you for sticking with me through the idiots I've been in love with. Thank GOD for Kerry again! "Good friends must not always be together; It is the feeling of oneness when distant That proves a lasting friendship." ~ Susan P. Schultz