Archive for May, 2008

I knew it was going to be a rough day when I woke up this morning, stumbled into the bathroom and noticed that I couldn’t breathe out of my nose.  Allergies!  My eyes are itchy, my foot aches from an unknown injury while power walking with the dogs yesterday and I’m just plain grouchy. Yesterday […]



I’m sitting at the kitchen table….antsy and with a heavy heart.  Just a few hours ago I was at the funeral for a friend’s mother.  I did not have the pleasure of meeting her before she passed but I did hear about her from my friend. I think major events like this and loss in […]

A new coach?


I ran with Peter for the first time last night.  Peter is running his first marathon this weekend so I was more than a bit intimidated.  I run slow….very slow.  Little old ladies and babies in strollers pass me on the sidewalks. We agreed to tart off together and Peter would eventually speed up cause […]

What do you do for a boss who loves to hunt and love telling hunting stories to his team of animal lovers?  A boss who does not like to be the center of attention or to be fussed over?  Well, you decorate his office in all camouflage! I spent twenty minutes yesterday blowing up balloons.  […]

Have you ever wanted to bottle up a feeling and hold it close to you forever, wishing that you can take it out and open it up again when you needed it?   I had a very relaxing weekend.  This is probably the most low key weekend I’ve had in a long time. I caught up […]

I finally had a chance to upload the pictures we took over the weekend.  I was so happy that we were able to spend some time with the two mommies before their babies arrive in early June.  Both moms looked great (you’ll see for yourself in the pics!).  Here we are at Typhoon in the […]

Some time in the middle of the night, I heard the sound of raindrops hitting the roof.  Usually this is a soothing sound but is often time unwelcomed because I’m not a fan of rainy days.  Already, I’m thinking that my morning commute is going to suck and walking Heidi in the rain won’t be […]