Very Good Day

Guess what?  I had a very good day!  I know, you’re shocked, right?  Well, it’s true!

So I dragged my behind outta bed at 4:30am this morning for kickboxing.  Okay, the dragging outta bed part was hard, as was the workout, but I burned 605 calories in 50 minutes, which is like a free scone, so I’ll take it.

Went to work, which was blah, but this afternoon I had a wonderful visit with an old friend from college.  We haven’t seen each other in person, in well, wow, I’m not actually sure how long, and I’m sad that she’s in town for unfortunate reasons (sending many prayers her way) but so very good to spend a little time together.  Really made me miss our college days…  And brought to light truly how much has changed in the past ten years.  Good changes though 🙂

One outta my two scheduled rental showings actually appeared at the appropriate time today.  Can you believe that?  And they seemed rather interested!  I just emailed off the applications and invoice for credit check/background fees.

And then, as I was being all lazy on the couch tonight, the phone rang…  It was a very special lady I haven’t seen or spoken with in quite some time, which was a lovely surprise!  We caught up, swapped stories, reminisced…  She is one of the few who truly understands how difficult being married to a resident really is.  It has been way too long since we connected, I need to not let that happen again 🙂

Oh, and Casey’s Taco Pizza for dinner.  Fail…  But since I worked out, I feel like it all evens out.  I mean, I wouldn’t want to get too thin or too in-shape now!

I’m realizing that as hard as it is to get back out there and socialize, maybe it’s really what I need…

Night all!

14 thoughts on “Very Good Day

      1. My parents live in Ames. Although they are moving now. My hubby is from Dubuque. Your post gave me serious jonesing for Casey’s pizza though 🙂 Are you from Iowa, or is that just where your hubby’s residency is?

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        1. OMG, small world. I was born and raised in Dubuque. Moved to Iowa City for college and never returned to Dubuque, although I still have quite a bit of family there. I was really hoping to get out of Iowa once Eric was finished, but that doesn’t appear to be an option now for us. Maybe in the future.

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  1. Happy to read about a great day! Often I find that the thought of being social is daunting, but I feel much better after doing so if I can make myself get out there. Same with working out 🙂 Hope this positive trend continues.

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