Cathy: A flat tire on a Monday? Ick. Glad it got taken care of. School is going well. I am going to the Gallagher conference in a week. I am excited. I love learning about teaching reading. In fact, anything about language arts is fun for me. I hear you on being a phys. ed. teacher! No papers to check, the kids just love it, etc. I had to take a physical education class for elementary teachers in college. It was actually a lot of work, but right up my alley. I thought it was great. I almost bought CLX. I entered in all my info. on the checkout page, thought about it too long before submitting and my session had timed out. Maybe it is a sign??? Did you have a nice weekend?
Carole: Good luck on your 22! Thank you for wanting to send some warmth. I am a big baby sometimes.
Dh's good friend is a Steelers fan. The super bowl is coming up. DH and I are not really into sports, but we always watch the super bowl, have special snacks, and drink beer. It is actually pretty fun even though it is just the two of us. Enjoy your afternoon!
Wendi: That sounds like something I might do! We had a huge storm yesterday. I think we got around 10 inches.
Judy: Hi. Nice job the other day with 11 miles on the tm!
Wendy: I think it is necessary to do a long run every week. Training starts in one week for me. How was the party?
Laura: Your new siggy is way cool!
A trampoline is a child's dream gift. My kids are always talking about theirs. I am a one workout per day person for the most part. When DH was in MT I tried working out twice a day, but it was really hard.
Karen: I am sorry. My heart goes out to you and your family.
Jackie: I LOVE homemade pizza! I remember my mom making the best. Great run in those weather conditions! So what movie did you watch?
Hello to Linda, Christine, Brighton, Shelly and Dallas.
Hope I didn't miss anyone.
Sorry for the negativity yesterday. I just hate being cold. At school it is always cold, so I have to wear lots of layers. My principal even has a space heater in her office! Part of my frustration was having to drive in the bad weather. I went down to see my mom. We had made plans and I would have felt terrible cancelling on her since it means a lot to her.
Someone was telling me yesterday about Yak tracks. They are things you put on your running shoes to help with traction in the winter. Has anyone tried them? I think I will look them up and see what they are all about.
According to the 10% rule, I need to run 1.5 miles today. I will have to throw in something else to feel like I've worked out. I have minimal school work to do, so that's good.
Hope all are having a nice day!