When I don’t write a blog post on Monday it’s usually because of two things, either nothing happened and I have absolutely nothing to write about, and I don’t want to bore you on an already depressing Monday or, something crazy or extraordinary happened, and I am still recovering on Monday because my head is still spinning.
It would be the later in this case.
You probably think we sold the house or something but what we did do was celebrate a birthday with our one and only little Hanky Panky Poo.
He was spoiled all day on Saturday. I may have spent a bit too much money at Woof Gang Bakery but it was so worth it. He is still wearing that party animal shirt.
He was the sweetest little thing all day long and even let MacGyver and I leave for a few hours to make a quick trip over to an estate sale and to the grocery store. He returned the favor by peeing in MacGyver’s shoe and on my planter. I was just happy he went out to the lanai. It’s the little things.
Boomer and Woody also enjoyed the party. Poor Boomer thought it was a costume party and was a little embarrassed that no one told him otherwise.
Let me tell you about the best thing that happened this weekend and by the best, I mean the absolute best thing ever.
Did you hear me?
It was only 3 miles on Sunday and 3 miles on Monday but dammit I ran. It felt so freaking good. Funnily enough, I hadn’t planned on going back until October but my hands are still giving me some trouble or particularly my right hand and so I thought that running might help me because it helps when I get up and walk around and get the circulation going. And guess what? Running did help!
I’m taking it slow though. I didn’t run today.
Also, I should mention that I had a near death experience on Monday.
I ran my typical route on Sunday and there’s a bit of a hill so I decided to run the flatter route closer to my house on Monday. It’s an out and back. I ran the first half and then headed back. Just before I made it to my house I was on a sidewalk on a main street and I heard a loud crack behind me and when I turned around I realized a huge tree had fallen all the way across the sidewalk and into part of the road.
I’m pretty sure that would have hurt.
Anyhow, I had a lot of things on my plate yesterday and a blog post was not going to happen but we can now return to our regularly scheduled posting.
I’ve been meaning to ask, does anyone know how to force sync the fitbit HR? I haven’t synced mine since August 18th and now the stupid thing won’t sync at all and I can’t find my dingle or dongle thingy so if it involves that thing that ain’t gonna happen.
Oh and also, did I I mention we got an offer on the house for the full asking price?
It is currently under contract and if all goes well we should close sometime at the end of October, first of November, cross your fingers!
Do you find it hard to get back to normal after a busy weekend?
Which do you think is more stressful buying or selling a home?