So it’s been almost a couple of months since I spent any time on my little space here on the interwebs. No lie, whenever I think about
anything in my life writing, I come to the same conclusion.
After the weekend at LA FitExpo (here, here, and here), we had a couple of birthdays, a couple of funerals, our dog broke her paw
and apparently we are those people that spend ridiculous amounts of money for an animal annnnnd… the boomerang child is back. I am less than thrilled by this. Just keeping it real, yo. It kind of feels like potty training. If you’ve got some littles, you can relate. You know they won’t be in diapers forever, but you really can’t wait for them to be done pissing all over your life. Someone hand me my mother of the year award already, yes?
Like I said, just keeping it real. Thankfully, Mr. Running It and I are on the same team, and he gets where I’m coming from, or he’s doing an amazing job at making me feel like I’m not totally heartless. Ha. He tends to live in the now, which I need to do more of, whereas I tend to overthink things and
guess see how things are going to play out. It’s a mom thing, because with the kiddos, I’m usually right. Can I get an amen, moms?!? Some days I feel like a jerk for wanting him to be out on his own permanently, but then this.
There’s just not a happy medium these days. It’s taking it’s toll, and I’ve realized I am a total emotional eater, my workouts have been irregular at best, blah, blah blah.
And then there’s this space. I keep debating walking away from this blogging thing, but no. I like having this space to work things out, to be able to look back at where I’ve been, and to see how life and all its ups and downs have shaped me over the past few years. I know it’s blogger death to be so inconsistent in posting, being active in the blogosphere and all that. But I’m ok with that. This is just life these days and I’m not trying to fit some formula for what a “real” blog should look like, I’m just here to keep it real and enjoy the ride, including all the bumps in the road.
Until next time…