Saturday, February 2, 2008

Well, it's Groundhog Day... again...

"There is no way this winter is *ever* going to end as long as that groundhog keeps seeing his shadow. I don't see any way out of it. He's got to be stopped. And I have to stop him. "
groundhog day

I love Bill Murray. I love Groundhog Day. That movie just never gets old! Since it's February 2nd, well, I only give you one guess as to what I'm watching.

So to give you an update....I have a job! Yeah, I know, great news! My old boss actually hooked me up with an office down the hall from where my office was located...another freight forwarder. I went down and spoke with the manager on Thursday, and I have a job. The really great thing is that I don't start until February 16, which means I have two weeks to chill! I think I might actually try to paint my living room. I've had the paint for, well, several months now *blush* but just haven't had the time. I have been given the gift of time now, so I can paint. Joy!

I've been going to Curves 3 times a week and am enjoying it quite a bit. I like the Smart Equipment they use. It keeps track of my progress and calories burned, and each work-out with the exception of one I have improved. Yesterday I worked really hard and today I'm feeling it! My knees are actually hurting a little bit but I think it's because I worked hard on the squat machine...no pain, no gain, right? My next weigh and measure isn't until the 12th, so I'll not have any official numbers to report until then.

Well, that's the update and now I'm going to go do some lay-outs...maybe I'll have some new stuff to show you later today.

3 comments:

Jen Hoover said...

yah!! congrats on the job :D

PAINT THE LIVINGROOM?? ok, as long as you are also going to scrap at LEAST once a day too!? ;)

VexedAngel said...

Congrats on the workouts! Don't hurt yourself, though! :-)

I agree with Jen, sure, paint the LR, but don't neglect your prime scrapping opportunity! ;-) Congrats, too, on the new job.

Sherri said...

Horray! Great on getting the job. Enjoy your days off before the new one starts. Keep on being creative!