Saturday, October 17, 2009

Cheese Curds...


Wow...I have finally rolled back over here to this blog, only to discover I HAVEN'T been here for over a week! What's up with that?!? Hmmm...wish I had a plausible explanation, but all I've got are a few CHEESE CURDS to discuss in my life right now...tidbits...nothing grand happening...just little things!

Since returning home from my GRAND experience in the Canyon named for such, I jumped directly back into my work schedule that is the busiest part of my rotation AND the part that is the most dreaded: DAY SHIFTS!!! Yep...nothing like a little 6:00AM action following a perfect vacation to set the tone for disgruntle. LOL It was a difficult shift just RETURNING back to "real" life from the Canyon let alone the abnormality of my schedule...but, somehow I got through it.

There is LITTLE else to tell or report in my life right now...not even sure THIS qualifies as CHEESE CURDS! I continue to try to keep up my walking, which also takes a good chunk of my time during the week. I've now walked a whopping 200 miles since I began this quest in July...and I'm dayumed proud of myself, too. :-) The farthest I have traveled in one walk time so far is 9 miles, but I am expecting to do 10 next week (the 11, then 12, then 13, and THEN the Seattle Half Marathon Walk!!). Of course, just as my journey times out doors advance into the 3 hour zone, the WEATHER in Seattle has tipped it's hat, dropping significant rain in the Emerald City. Since this is only typical for a return to winter months here, I've been out WALKING in it...can anyone spell "Monsoon"?!?

I'm hoping to make a few short, one or two night trips here and there this fall to visit some nearby friends...beyond that, the only things on my schedule are to work, sleep, eat, repeat. So, enough of MY cheese curds...what fine morsels of life's news do YOU have to share? Hope yours are a bit more "tasty" than mine!~...

9 comments:

Lisa Emrich said...

Miss Cheese, your curds are the tastiest bit of enjoyment. You go girl!! with the walking. So proud of you.

It's been cold-raining here on the East Coast for days now. Yuck. But at least the mosquitos are finally fading away.

I do share a bit of news on my blog today and will be announcing news on Monday. Be prepared to see 'miss Lisa' in action very soon (even if she made a poor blouse choice and camera angle, lol). Things have been busy lately.

Webster said...

When do you fit in the walking? Still to and from work? It is nice that it hasn't been terribly cold. And I bet the fog in the morning is pretty, too.

Have Myelin? said...

It always brings me good cheer to see a fellow blogger doing well. Keep it up. Who knows, maybe I'll haul my lazy self out there and start walking. If only it wasn't so COLD. I know- it is only an excuse.

I am proud of you!

The Pitter Patter Boutique said...

Congrats on the 200 miles! :)

I'm a new reader, going on my own journey to a possible MS diagnosis. I know you can totally feel what I'm going through right now.

I enjoyed your post and will be back to read more soon. :)

Denver Refashionista said...

Sometimes no news is good news...

Dan Digmann said...

Thanks for the update. Keep up the great effort and you SO will be ready for the half marathon. You rock!

harkoo said...

This is really exciting to hear...must feel great to be in such good shape--!!!! I will have a pumpkin latte and a boston cream donut in your honor tomorrow!

Herrad said...

Hi,
Came by to say hello and wish you a good Halloween weekend.
Love,
Herrad

Blindbeard said...

I wish I had something great to share, but just the fact that I'm getting around to others' blogs is great news. I wish I could walk like that...