Thursday, July 29, 2010

A little of this and a little of that

Trying to loose weight when you don't have too many people who can do it with you is somewhat useless. But I think that I've discovered how it'll work for me. Over the last few days I've been thinking about how much I loved to go to the youth dances when I was younger. I happened to be listening to the radio with our cat Tabby and I had an epiphany. What if I made my own dances just listening to the radio! It's been tons of fun and already Jamie has made the comment that I look like I've lost weight. I really don't do too much, just a little and it really has helped me so far. All I do is turn on the radio in our spare bedroom (my art room that has an open floor), and listen to the music. I usually end up doing one of the many line dances that I've done hundreds of time at church dances! The super cute thing is that while I dance like a teenager by myself, Tabby just sits on my sewing chair and watches me. I have a blast! And apparently it helps me get a little healthier. It definitely makes me want to do other things like clean the bathrooms or do all the mirrors. I love it. The energy that I've had is a nice change of pace.

I'm actually looking forward to the new school year beginning. With it will hopefully bring many new faces with it to church. I'm excited to meet many new people and hopefully make a ton of new friends. It'll also be nice to see an old friend or two. I'm also looking forward to all the new classes that will be starting up on campus. I'm thoroughly glad to have the new kind of hubbub. Plus, I might as well make the most of the time that I have with Jamie! It's coming up on my favorite time of year. I've always liked the fall. I'm just glad that I get to spend most of the fall with my husband before he goes to Basic and AIT training. I'm definitely excited to see all of the fun things planned for fall in this area. I just hope it meets my expectations.

Jamie had a job interview this week and it went really well. Tonight he goes in to meet with the shift manager and have his follow up interview. I'm really proud of him and all that he does for not only me and our family, but also for the boys that he has in his boyscout troop. He is the best man that I know and I am so lucky to be his wife!

Wish us luck on all of our endeavors and we hope that your's are blessed as well! :)


1 comment:

  1. Did you read my post today? I just posted out getting healthy and dancing...FUNNY!