A lot of things are jumping around in my head today...these are just a few.
* My knee is feeling better, but I think I will hold off running on it until at least Sunday. I only have 4 four of my 10 miles logged for this week's Labor Day Challenge Goal. I will be walking today and tomorrow to finish my ten miles...the walking with be slow, but I will get in my 10 miles.
* My eating has been horrible this week. It started off okay, and quickly took a dive bomb into quick and easy food without much nutritional substance. Today will be better, and tomorrow I can go to the grocery and stock my shelves again. With two late nights at work I just got lazy when it came to groceries and cooking. Life happens. This is a long journey with bumps in the road, you just have to keep going.
* Since I knew I wouldn't be doing a hard workout yesterday, I gave a blood donation. My finger is sooo sore and bruised from the iron prick! Ouch! But, I am glad I donated it had been over six months since my last donation.
* Tomorrow I am speaking at a conference. I was told to expect between 350 -500 people. UGH! While I was honored to be asked, I am tired and would rather spend the day with my hubby.
* Today is my last full day of Summer Reading Programs at the library. I don't start school year programs until September. With the exception of a program I am doing Monday for our city's recycling department and our End of Summer Pool Party, work should slow down a bit. I have a ton of planning to do and will be going out to do training at other libraries, but the everyday "crazy" will slow a bit and for that I am thankful.
* Next week, I think I need to journal my food.
* I am in major need of girlfriend time. A good Girls Night Out would be nice...or even better a good Girl's Night In :)
* I am glad I didn't lose all of my blog yesterday. I think it will take a while to get used to the new back ground, but I am glad I was given a reason to make a change :)
* I am so thankful for the support I have been given through this blog! You guys are a life-line for me. Thanks!