Weekend Happy!

This weekend started off kinda “not so happy”.  I’m not turning this blog into a life blog but I think I can say on here that I was  bummed out that my blood sugar issues are still with me.  I was really anticipating a better result and I was really, really down about it not being where I thought it should be.  I’m not diabetic but if I don’t get it under control, I’ll become.  So like I said, this weekend didn’t start so happy, but I’m good now.  After some encouragement from my mom and some prayer, I’m good now.  🙂

These things made me happy this weekend:

  • Saying “Happy Birthday” to both my mom and my dad.  Yep … they both celebrated birthdays yesterday.  I know … super unlikely.  They are both 6000 miles away from me, but I was able to speak with them both between yesterday and today.
  • Being given another chance to get my health together.
  • My strawberry nut smoothie.
  • Movie: 27 Dresses.  A chick-flick but for some reason I like it.
  • Movie: The Bronx Tale.  Ridiculously good.  I saw the clean version on FX.
  • A new crochet book from Ebay for less than $10 bucks.  I love Erika Knight publications.
  • Oven baked fries, shrimp in garlic sauce and salad.
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6 comments

  1. I’m glad you got to speak to your parents on their joint birthday (and how cool is it that they have the same birthday?).

    And I like the look of that crochet book—I want to make myself a pair of those slippers on the cover, I think! I can’t wait to see what (if anything) you end up making from it. 🙂

    1. The fact that they have the same birthday never gets old for me … I find it super strange that they’d have the same birth date and end up married. What are the chances of that. 😀

      I’m checking the book out now. Most of the projects are doable although I’m a super newbie. I’ll find a way to get the slipper pattern to you. 😀

  2. I’m glad that you were able to find some happy things. I love 27 Dresses so much even though I know it probably is a really horrible movie.

    1. Thanks Lauren. I try to remember that there’s always something to be thankful/grateful/happy about despite life’s bumps.

      LOLOL … as for 27 Dresses … it’s like a train wreck, we can’t look away although we know it’s not a great movie. Every single time it comes on telly, I watch. I can’t help it. 😀

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