It’s been pretty quite around here lately. That’s because I’m doing a ton of behind the blog work, and there are big things coming to Running In Chucks. I’ve also been spending a lot of time unplugging on the weekends. Here’s a small glimpse of what I’ve been up to lately.
I took a trip to Cedar Point with friends. We rode all of the roller coasters and barely waited in line. It was awesome.
Coffee and my Kindle on the lake. I managed to ready 2.5 books over Memorial Day weekend.
Maxwell chilling out on the boat.
I saw The Cranberries in concert with my friend Val.
I’ve been ramping up my bags skills lately. I’m still pretty horrible, but I can sometimes actually score points now!
I’ve been cooking more. This is a cherry barley pudding (like rice pudding) I made. It needs some tweaking before I share, but that’s a convenient excuse to make more.
I finally got it together and started a Facebook page for my little old blog. Go “Like” me over there, and we’ll be best friends forever. Facebook.com/RunningInChucks.
I’ve desperately needed a haircut for months now, but I just handn’t bothered . Finally Thursday morning I looked in the mirror and realized what a disaster my hair was. My hair was the longest it’s ever been, but it was a stringy, frizzy, hot mess with split ends had split ends. I finally sucked it up made an appointment on Friday evening. I went with the long-ish bob, slightly angled so it’s a bit shorted in the back.
I had an extremely lazy and relaxing weekend. Apparently I needed a weekend of doing next tonight far more than I realized. Last week I was a step away from total lethargy. I could barely motivate myself to do anything. I didn’t want to cook or clean or move from the couch more than absolutely required which means my house slowly turned into a (bigger than usual) disaster, my workouts suffered, and there was a lot of eating out.
After a weekend of going to bed early and sleeping in, watching too much Buffy and Weeds, eating fish nuggets (out of a box) for dinner last night, and just being completely lazy, I am feeling completely recharged and ready to tackle all that life has to offer.