I have been obsessed with watching, “Make It Or Break It” the past week, catching up on all the episodes…and I’m seriously goog-alie eyed over these two boys.
I know, I said I swore off boys for 2010, but aren’t I allowed to gawk over Hollywood boys? Yes, yes I am.
Why aren’t there boys out there who can treat me like these boys treat the girls in this show? Moonlight rooftop dates? If you find one, please send them my way and give them my number. Hah.
Anyhow…Today was a pretty slow day. We’re getting hit by a cold front and it was super windy so there was no going out in the field…it might make us sound like wimps, not wanting to combat the cold, but actually a prescribed burn got cancelled so we couldn't do our work.
I did some strength training this evening for just over an hour while watching “White Collar” and after talking with Brandi the other day, really wanted to run my fingers through that hair…le sigh.
Anyhooooooooo…I’m trying to use up my fresh produce before I head out of town this weekend for some running and blogger fun, so I stuck to the basics: Stir Fry!
Sauté all veggie (except tomato and lettuce) together in olive oil, garlic and soy sauce until tender, then throw in leftover tempeh until heated through! Quick and simple! I cut up a mango to have for dessert but ended up being full so no go!
It’s going to be a long day tomorrow with field work and then 5 hours of traveling afterwards to Tampa so I gotta go pack now!
But before I go I wanted to share some more amazing blogs about girls who are recovering from an eating disorder. Both girls are absolute inspirations and have done so much to get to where they are today!
And I want to thank everyone for your kind words after yesterday’s post and wanted to reassure you those feelings and emotions were not a normal occurrence. As much as it seemed like I was falling back into an ED mindset, I don’t think I’ve ever left it, to a certain extent. Much of the time I am able to put it on the backburner and go on with my life how I love to live it. But sometimes well, I struggle. I have a harder time than normal and like you saw, work through them and come out stronger and with a lesson learned. So thank you again, your concern is not something I simply put aside, and take it to heart with every comment.