So we blew a tire on 5/24, and the only super scary part was the fact that David and I's 2 month old niece was in the car. Yes I did read for all of us but having a newborn baby in the car. I am very blessed in so many ways. Things could have been so much worse that day. And I was glad my doughnut was able to get us to safety granted it took an extra 2 hours to get rachel and the baby home but we were able to enjoy a little of spokane but our stresses did not end there we needed to find a way to buy tires when it was a holiday weekend and I had work the next night. Like I said I am blessed, I have an amazing support group out here in Seattle and amazing people who are still kind. Thank you everyone.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Well the warm weather is here! So happy it may be hot but at least it is not wet. In a way I miss summers back home but for the most part it is nice not to sweat right when I walk out the door. Bummer part to it all is that when my days of come around its really shitty outside, but on the plus I do get out when David is off so that is much better. As long as we can enjoy the sun togther.
Monday, May 5, 2014
So it has now been almost a week without my gym! It is still something to adjust too. I miss seeing all the trainers who ask me how I am doing and bringing in bagels just to brighten there days.
I know I will always have the friendships I have made there and the results as long as I keep up with my weekly routines. I am also working with David once a week to get him active and on his way to a much healthier lifestyle. I want him to be around for our future children and be able to run and play with them. David told me when he was younger that he would not live past 30. It broke my heart to know that he did not believe that he would live to be 31 when he was just going to be 27. But like me it will take baby steps and pushing yourself harder then you thought you could. I love him and want to grow very very old together.
On April 30th,2014 my gym closed it's doors forever. I am still unsure about what my future holds going to L.A fitness. I said good bye to some friends/family, but not forever just while things are figured out. Vision Quest was a home a place to be comfortable and myself where all my stress just went away. We as a family created many memories in those walls. We hope that our family will stay strong as we make this new gym our home. It will never be the same and not everyone will know my name when I walk in the door. I do know one thing my family is behind me and will make sure I complete my goals. So here is to the future and what lies ahead and not behind.