Looking back on the past week, I feel dizzy! Busy, busy…both my mind and body as I prepare to return to work next week.
Let me start with where we left off…
Last weekend was action packed complete with ball games, birthday party, trip to the RVCC planetarium, shopping at the green houses, planting the veggie/herb garden and celebrating Mother’s Day with my family ❤️:
Spent the past week Spring cleaning. My closet was a disaster…filled with clothes that I hadn’t worn in years. As I started to weed out a bit, I remembered that I had an old box of clothing up in the attic from B.C. (Before Children). My curiosity led me quickly up the attic stairs wondering if I could once again fit back into them.
Going through this box of clothes was like sorting through a time capsule. There were items in there that I forgot I owned and some that I didn’t remember at all. I tried on 3 pairs of jeans and to my surprise, they all fit (some a bit more snug than others). In my excitement, I found an old receipt in the back pocket of one pair of jeans that was dated June of 2003. Item listed was baby clothing. An imediate smile took over, followed by fond memories of that summer. This was the summer that I was pregnant with my first born child and son Lee. This time in my life was magical. I can recall shopping for baby Vans, sleepers, pretty much anything unique that caught my eye and could be purchased in a neutral color.
After my trip down memory lane was over, it was time to sort through the after math of my 1990’s fashion show and decide what I was gong to keep. The timing could not have been better to get my health and shape back as I was able to salvage a few good work worthy clothing items.
On Tuesday evening, I met with the greater PBWF group for our final session. We reflected on accomplishments, challenges, options and plans as we march on in our personal journeys. After much thought, I have decided to continue with weigh-ins and group sessions to help keep on track as I return to work. I firmly believe that I will further benefit from continued accountability at this time in my life.
I have come so far. Feel great. Mind is clear with energy up. I wonder how I walked around feeling the way I did for so long & prior to walking through the doors of Pro-Activity for the first time:
My daughter Ava and I made a batch of Talia Fuhrman’s black bean brownies last night (substituted butter beans for black beans).
Then, it was back to the ball fields today:
And as for me…I kicked back in my anti gravity chair after, food shopping & cleaning windows, when I noticed the clouds making an “x” formation directly over the sun:
Pretty cool, huh!!
Am grateful for the love and life that my family brings to me each and every day & the much needed rain that is falling from the sky this evening.