I haven't done this in a while, so I thought I'd link up with "It's Okay Thursday" and Friday Confessions!
It's Okay That/I Confess That....
....last weekend I got onto iTunes in order to download Wild Ones by Flo Rida and Thank God I'm a Country Boy by John Denver. Pretty sure that iTunes Genius playlist has no idea what to do with me and my musical tastes.
....on Sunday I went to Sunflower Market and bought healthy food for the week, including roasted red pepper hummus, raw spinach, grapes, carrot sticks and squash. I followed that up by getting a brick oven pizza for lunch. You win some, you lose some.
.....that everyone I know is getting married or pregnant. EVERYONE. In the last week, two people I know (including Cousin Whitney!!) have gotten engaged. In the last couple of months, 7 friends have announced they are pregnant. I'm not just falling behind, I'm being lapped.
.....I laughed for like an hour at this article about conversations between dating Christian girls and guys. My two favorites:
Girls’ Statement:He’s always using the “Water into Wine” argument to defend his excessive drinking habits.
For. The. Last. Time… JESUS DRANK!!!
Girls’ Statement:He seemed interested after our second date, but then I never heard from him again.
You gave me a pre-highlighted copy of The Five Love Languages, asked me to meet your parents and, if we had a girl, what I thought about the name Sophia with a P-H instead of an F.
......instead of going to the gym to watch the Olympic Trials on Saturday night while running on the treadmill (as I had been doing most of the week), I watched them in my pjs. On my couch. Eating a baked potato. With cheese and bacon. And sort of felt like I worked out after watching the people on tv. I made up for it by only allowing myself to watch the trials on Sunday if I went to the treadmill. Once again, I say, you win some, you lose some.
.....not to like raw kale, because it tastes like alfalfa. How, you ask, does she know what alfalfa tastes like? Chalk it up to being a farm kid. I've said before that it warped my food choices.
.....that I didn't get to spend my Fourth of July at the pool or at a BBQ. Instead, I got to grant a wish for a great Make-a-Wish kiddo! His wish was a shopping spree, so we shopped until we dropped, cruised town in a limo, and stuffed our faces at Texas Roadhouse. I absolutely love volunteering for Make-a-Wish. I seriously feel like I should have to pay them for letting me have as much fun as I do!
.....that I'm probably going to be worthless at the office today because I'll be too busy counting down the minutes until the Jason Bowlin concert tonight! LOVE me some Red Dirt music and dancing!