Sunday, July 16, 2006

Silly Items

I drove passed my road today on the way home from the grocery store. It was pretty funny. I was like "oh there's the house that we always liked" and then realizing that I don't usually see it on the way to my new place. I was also rocking out to a little Michael Jackson on the XM, so it was pretty funny.

I'm trying to keep myself cheery. And by keep, I mean, start. I ate some taquitos for dinner. That always cheers me up.

Now I'm watching MythBusters, which I started watching in Florida because I missed Marc (he always watched it and I wouldn't, but it reminded me of him.) I started watching it because they were talking about the "brown noise" which is a sound that is supposed to make people soil themselves. It appears that I've missed that part, and I'm just watching some Chinese water torture experiment on there...but I want to know about the brown noise. I seem to recall that Marc and I once heard a song that we thought gave us that brown noise feeling...where was that? I wish I could remember. It appeared to be over some sort of loudspeaker...now I'm wondering if its when I was in Florida...oh well, I'll let this one go.

I bought 4 lbs of cherries yesterday. I think I've eaten about a lb and a half. Yeah, I need to make sure I don't start pigging out again and I need to start running again. NOW!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

My heart breaks for you as you continue on with your new life. I have been in your shoes before and I know it is hard. Eventially, it gets better .. day by day, week by week, month by month. Please know that there are people out in cyber space that are in your corner. Keep your chin up and your thoughts positive. Good luck with your running.
*Great Big HUGS*
~From,
One emotional soul to another~

Sarah said...

I'm glad you're keeping your thoughts positive; I know it's hard! Good luck with the running; if you ever want someone to brave the heat with, my sister and I are always willing to have someone else tag along!
(I love cherries, too, but I really doubt you have to worry about packing on tons of pounds because of cherries--especially not when you're training for a marathon!) *Hugs!*