27
Aug
10

It’s a good, good night

Yesterday was a tough day. Many ups and downs and frustrations. But, today has been a lot better. After school we all had a play date at some friends house for swimming. It was great and too much time passed since we last hung out. Afterwards we came home and watched a movie while eating tacos. Now I am watching, well listeningto  Austin City Limits and working on some plans for a meeting tomorrow night while enjoying a yummy margarita. My house is quiet and lovely. The kids all had a great day and we had a fun night. Tomorrow is sleep in day before it gets busy. Have a lovely brunch to attend and then getting together with some great moms to plan out our MOPS year. So looking forward to that time with them. I am ready for fall and trying not to think about how that does not arrive in TX until November.

When weather cools think I might add a lil bit good hill work to my routine…go downtown and conquer a few streets that are brutal during the marathon. Now it seems exciting to do a few hill repeats there…

Life is good…Have a good, good night y’all!

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