Here are the boys, in a dinosaur egg sculpture at the NC Zoo (picture taken in August).
When I was in high school, I loved this 80s movie called Better Off Dead. I hadn't thought of that movie in years, but recently remembered it. I got it from the library, and Paul and I were both amused by the classic cheesy 80s humor. I was surprised to find that I still remembered many lines.
This month I hit 1000 miles for the year with my running. September is the earliest I have ever hit 1000 miles. If I can stay injury-free, I should have a good mileage year. Even if I am still not racing.
Everyone keeps saying this is going to be a another bad winter. This gives me anxiety. I worry about balancing the jobs with kids home from school and snowy roads. I hope it all works out. With one job, it isn't a big deal if I have to cancel (I just feel bad because my client relies on me so much). But with the teaching job, if they don't close the school I need to be there if at all possible, so that's a little more tricky. I will just have to hope that if we do get big snows, it isn't on my teaching days!
Linking up with Tanya's Willy Nilly Friday for the first time this week.