Saturday, June 05, 2010

(It's no longer Sock Love Thursday)

Let's see now, it's June. Huh. And I've updated all of twice this year. Sorry about that.

Winter was hard this year. I had to step away from the computer a bit and instead of writing about life, I tried to actually, you know, live it. Exercise, keeping the kids busy, getting my health back on track (Did you know that six months of snacking and eating nothing fresh will pack on the pounds? I know! Shocking!); basically just digging my way out of the 3 foot radius around my desk and the fog within my head.

How exactly have we spent the last five months? Let's look at the calendar, shall we?
Hockey & ice skating
Dental surgery for George (and all the involved paperwork)
Emma turned nine (NINE!???)
Field trips
Huge graphic design project for Bridgeway House
George's IEP for next year (and all the involved paperwork)
Lost 20 pounds
Jason came home from Iraq
Family vacation to Disneyland
Bought and moved into a new house

(Oh, and those last three things? All happened within three weeks. We're ready for summer break now, please.)

I'll try to be around more often with lots of pictures!


loonyhiker said...

Oh wow! I didn't know you moved. Did you move far from where you were living? Don and I still talk about y'all often and hope maybe next year to head out your way again. We loved Oregon!

Kim said...

I was just wondering about you and had to go check my reader the other day to make sure I added you when I opened my account a few months ago!

Glad to hear that everything is going well. Congrats on losing 20 pounds! (and on having your husband back home too!) :)

looking forward to reading about your summer.

Beth said...

So glad to "see" you and I completely understand about needing to be off the computer. Hope you have some time to upload some pictures of the family. I've missed seeing them. And how the heck did you lose 20 pounds? I can't seem to do anything but gain!

Take care!

Tanya @ TeenAutism said...

Been thinking about you lately, and I'm glad all is well. Congrats on all the accomplishments! Can't wait to see the pics!

Anonymous said...

Yah!! Meg!! I was just thinking of you this week wondering WHERE you were! I need to step away from the computer, but I get further and further sucked in ... anyhoo, I am so glad to hear from you ... so glad Jason is BACK! And moving??? I can't even think about having to pack all my stuff up! Hugs to ya!

paul Schwartz said...

Cool blog! Glad your hubby is back. Where are you living now?

Alicia DiFabio said...

I know what you mean about falling off the bloggy wagon... you know, living life instead of writing about living it. ive been a little mia myself :). but im glad youre going to post more often again and congrats on your move!

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