Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets, as an excuse for my rambling…
This week, I:
-only managed to read one book, Paula Poundstone’s The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happinness. An interesting read, just wasn’t what I expected. But I liked it.
-survived the first week of my new class, Leadership Theory in Communication. I have a paper due in 2 1/2 weeks, so that’ll be on the agenda this week for sure. I also got my final grade from my last class, and managed to pull an 87 average…2 whole points higher than the cut-off for academic probation. (Probably would have pulled an A if 1) the prof had actually graded the extra points assignment he gave us and 2) the two reporters who said they’d answer my questions actually had. But that’s okay. I can live with a B…once.)
-worked 3 1/2 days at the day job…and successfully didn’t throat chop anyone (despite immense provocation).
-got in all my workouts for the week! Including a scenic outdoor run:
and also this
Can we talk about Andy’s Frozen Custard for a sec? There are no words to describe how good this stuff is. This is the Cherry Bash Concrete, and it is TO DIE FOR! Also, I may have had one last week, too. It is SUCH a good thing that the closest Andy’s is an hour from me…
-listened to Christine Caine speak at my church. She’s really good, even if I don’t agree with her political views.
-finally, FINALLY—after a year—got everything spelled out with a special someone in my life. Now we are BOTH on the SAME page. Pro tip: when dating someone from a totally different culture, be very sure you both have a clear understanding of each other. It’ll save you some heartache and tears. True story.
And that’s it for me.